people bombed-out in the Coventry Blitz. It was later developed into a residential park, owned by the same family for many years, until current owner Jim Welch bought it six years ago. He found that the residential licence for the site had lapsed, so he had to re-apply for this. In the process, he invested a lot of money on new facilities, such as new mains water pipes and new electricity cables – the old poles were removed and the electricity supply was run underground.
While at the park, I chatted to a variety of residents, who moved to the park for many different reasons. The rural location seemed to be high on the list for many, and several of the homes I visited, on the perimeter of the park, had lovely views over the local countryside.
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