Holiday village should continue

PUBLISHED: 01:01 26 March 2008 | UPDATED: 21:38 15 June 2010

My wife and I wish to express our deep sorrow upon learning the holiday centre in Seaton will close for business from January 2, 2009. We have been regular visitors for five years now and have always enjoyed our visits. We have seen how much the faciliti

My wife and I wish to express our deep sorrow upon learning the holiday centre in Seaton will close for business from January 2, 2009. We have been regular visitors for five years now and have always enjoyed our visits. We have seen how much the facilities provided there and the business from the customers have meant to the town of Seaton. The closure will be a big blow. Whilst there are regeneration plans nothing, as yet, has been approved for future development. Does this mean that Lyme Bay will be closed and remain dormant and neglected like the adjacent holiday camp? Surely, it should be possible for Hollybush to negotiate continuation of business - at least until there are some more positive plans for the development of the area? In our opinion, the Lyme Bay Holiday Village should be an important part of any plans for the regeneration of Seaton.Ernie and Jane BowmanBathurst WalkRichings ParkIverBucks


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