In response to increasing demand for ‘on park’ events and activities, Away Resorts has expanded its programme across its five holiday parks in the UK.

A Summer Stage School, led by tutors from the Pauline Quirke Academy of Performing Arts, will operate at Mill Rythe Holiday Village, Hayling Island and Whitecliff Bay Holiday Park on the Isle of Wight during the six weeks of summer school holidays. The school, which is available to youngsters (aged eight to 17) staying at the parks with their families, includes classes in acting, singing and dancing.

Meanwhile, with music festivals becoming more popular, the resorts at Tattershall Lakes Country Park, Lincolnshire and Whitecliff Bay, will run ‘Rock the Lakes’ and ‘Rock the Bay’ weekends on certain weekends in June and July. These events will feature groups from the respective parks’ local areas, as well as visiting acts from around the country.

At Tattershall, Whitecliff, Mill Rythe, Barmouth Bay (Wales) and the recently acquired Mersea Island in Essex, cream pie fights will be organised over the August Bank Holiday, while as part of its ‘My Active’ programme, the company has introduced new activities including land-zorbing and snorkeling.

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