1986 SURPRISE VIEW TRAILER PARK.

 Suprise view camp site is run by the  
 Kellam's family.It is  surrounded by  
 lovely country side.The caravans are  
 positioned on the side of a very steep
 hill,and the site has a fantastic     
 view.There lots of facilities,there   
 is a swimming pool on the site with an
 aqua slide which is free to campers.On
 the site there are sports facilties   
 like mini golf,games area & Tennis    
 courts.There are also childrens       
 facilities like childrens room and    
 playground.There is a food take away &
 licensed club.There is also boating on
 the river Trent which is 5 miles from 
 camp.The camp houses,tents and 14     
 mobile homes and 260 holiday homes.   
                                       
 Domesday material collected and       
 written by children in class 1 at     
 seely church school.                  
                                       
 

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