Tingdene Parks have installed an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) at their 80-home Bedwell Park residential site in Witchford, near Ely, Cambridgeshire. Defibrillators are simple to use and can restart someone’s heart if it stops. They will not work if there is a pulse.
Bedwell Park is one of the first residential parks within Tingdene’s 20 sites and 1500 homes, to see the installations of defibrillators. The unit is due to be officially unveiled by local MP Lucy Frazer in the near future, however, the potentially life-saving kit, easily accessible at the park office, is already available for use.
Founded in 1969 the Tingdene Group of companies first established itself as the leading Park Home manufacturer in the country and since then has expanded its range of operations into becoming one of the UK’s largest operators and owners of residential Park Homes Estates, Inland Marinas, Caravan Parks, Lodge Parks and Chalet Parks.
Tingdene is expanding Bedwell Park in Cambridgeshire
Tingdene Parks is expanding one of its Cambridgeshire park home sites with the addition of new plots. Bedwell Park in Witchford is about to see the launch of seven plots on what is already one of the county’s most sort after park home estates exclusively designed for the over 45’s. Works have already commenced to accommodate a mixture of ready to move into homes and vacant plots for customers to design and furnish to their own specification.
The homes which are built to the latest energy saving standards provide low maintenance and can be designed and built to individual specifications, with over 100 floorplans and ideas to choose from. Each home also comes as a turnkey package, to include carpets, curtains beds, kitchen appliances, sofas and chairs providing the opportunity for that truly fresh start in life. By choosing to downsize and move on to these private residential estates has meant that owners have been able to release equity from their previous property, leaving some money in the bank allowing them the opportunity to truly enjoy life.
Village In A Village
Cathedral View Park boasts immaculate five star finishes within its gated complex.
Describing themselves as a village within a village, it is hard to imagine the residents of Witchford’s Cathedral View Park could be any happier. No wonder when you take a glance around the immaculate five star finishes within the gated complex in rural Cambridgeshire.
There is an unmistakeable buzz of community spirit amongst residents of the park homes site, many of whom are latterday London evacuees who have moved to the Park to enjoy their retirement. Owned by the Webb family for about 11 years, Cathedral View currently boasts some 20 homes with both plans and the space to increase the community to 34 residences.
Part of the Cambridgeshire Parks group, the family enterprise exudes great pride, care and consideration not least in the top quality accommodation provided, as well as the first rate finishing touches.
"You won’t see this calibre of home on any other development,” enthuses Matthew Webb, as he shows off the £200k award-winning show home with its own balcony and garage. “It is the Rolls Royce of the park scene.”