"It was love at the first sight of the area. The general feel of the place was just so relaxing, the vans & lodges well distanced from each other with well maintained roadways, beautifully tended grassed areas and trees, and breath taking scenery - It was absolutely idyllic. Everything has been marvellous from the first day! Why did we not do this years ago?"
S & P Homer
Mon 6th August 2018
Old Park Wood Receives New Defibrillator

Here’s a picture of Martin delivering the defibrillator and putting it into the temperature controlled cabinet outside Old Park Wood reception. 

“We are pleased that this life saving devise has now arrived. The cabinet has clear instructions on the front as to how to use the defibrillator, in the case of an emergency.”
Here’s a picture of Martin delivering the defibrillator and putting it into the temperature controlled cabinet outside Old Park Wood reception. 

“We are pleased that this life saving devise has now arrived. The cabinet has clear instructions on the front as to how to use the defibrillator, in the case of an emergency.”

?Holiday home owner, Mr Burton had been heavily involved in fundraising activities and recently ran the Windermere marathon, known as one of the hilliest marathons in the U.K! Watch out for our next blog which will cover an interview with Stephen and detail of his full fundraising journey. ?

Old Park Wood Receives New Defibrillator


Over the past twelve months Old Park Wood have been raising funds through various activities, for a defibrillator and a temperature-controlled cabinet.


At the start of the month we were delighted to receive the news that we had been chosen by Northwest Ambulance service to receive full funding for the defibrillator, which meant that funds raised of £600, could then go towards purchasing a temperature-controlled cabinet. 


Last week the defibrillator arrived and was delivered by the lovely Martin Yates, a Northwest Ambulance paramedic.

Here’s a picture of Martin delivering the defibrillator and putting it into the temperature controlled cabinet outside Old Park Wood reception. 


“We are pleased that this life saving devise has now arrived. The cabinet has clear instructions on the front as to how to use the defibrillator, in the case of an emergency.”


Holiday home owner, Mr Burton had been heavily involved in fundraising activities and recently ran the Windermere marathon, known as one of the hilliest marathons in the U.K! Watch out for our next blog which will cover an interview with Stephen and detail of his full fundraising journey. 

Old Park Wood Receives New Defibrillator


Over the past twelve months Old Park Wood have been raising funds through various activities, for a defibrillator and a temperature-controlled cabinet.


At the start of the month we were delighted to receive the news that we had been chosen by Northwest Ambulance service to receive full funding for the defibrillator, which meant that funds raised of £600, could then go towards purchasing a temperature-controlled cabinet. 


Last week the defibrillator arrived and was delivered by the lovely Martin Yates, a Northwest Ambulance paramedic.

Here’s a picture of Martin delivering the defibrillator and putting it into the temperature controlled cabinet outside Old Park Wood reception. 


“We are pleased that this life saving devise has now arrived. The cabinet has clear instructions on the front as to how to use the defibrillator, in the case of an emergency.”


Holiday home owner, Mr Burton had been heavily involved in fundraising activities and recently ran the Windermere marathon, known as one of the hilliest marathons in the U.K! Watch out for our next blog which will cover an interview with Stephen and detail of his full fundraising journey. 

Old Park Wood Receives New Defibrillator

Over the past twelve months Old Park Wood have been raising funds through various activities, for a defibrillator and a temperature-controlled cabinet.
?At the start of the month we were delighted to receive the news that we had been chosen by Northwest Ambulance service to receive full funding for the defibrillator, which meant that funds raised of £600, could then go towards purchasing a temperature-controlled cabinet. 

Last week the defibrillator arrived and was delivered by the lovely Martin Yates, a Northwest Ambulance paramedic.?
Here’s a picture of Martin delivering the defibrillator and putting it into the temperature controlled cabinet outside Old Park Wood reception. 

“We are pleased that this life saving devise has now arrived. The cabinet has clear instructions on the front as to how to use the defibrillator, in the case of an emergency.”

?Holiday home owner, Mr Burton had been heavily involved in fundraising activities and recently ran the Windermere marathon, known as one of the hilliest marathons in the U.K! Watch out for our next blog which will cover an interview with Stephen and detail of his full fundraising journey. ?
Park Wood Receives New Defibrillator

Over the past twelve months Old Park Wood have been raising funds through various activities, for a defibrillator and a temperature-controlled cabinet.
?At the start of the month we were delighted to receive the news that we had been chosen by Northwest Ambulance service to receive full funding for the defibrillator, which meant that funds raised of £600, could then go towards purchasing a temperature-controlled cabinet. 

Last week the defibrillator arrived and was delivered by the lovely Martin Yates, a Northwest Ambulance paramedic.?
Here’s a picture of Martin delivering the defibrillator and putting it into the temperature controlled cabinet outside Old Park Wood reception. 

“We are pleased that this life saving devise has now arrived. The cabinet has clear instructions on the front as to how to use the defibrillator, in the case of an emergency.”

?Holiday home owner, Mr Burton had been heavily involved in fundraising activities and recently ran the Windermere marathon, known as one of the hilliest marathons in the U.K! Watch out for our next blog which will cover an interview with Stephen and detail of his full fundraising journey. ?
?Holiday home owner, Mr Burton had been heavily involved in fundraising activities and recently ran the Windermere marathon, known as one of the hilliest marathons in the U.K! Watch out for our next blog which will cover an interview with Stephen and detail of his full fundraising journey. ?
?Holiday home owner, Mr Burton had been heavily involved in fundraising activities and recently ran the Windermere marathon, known as one of the hilliest marathons in the U.K! Watch out for our next blog which will cover an interview with Stephen and detail of his full fundraising journey. ?Here’s a picture of Martin delivering the defibrillator and putting it into the temperature controlled cabinet outside Old Park Wood reception. 

“We are pleased that this life saving devise has now arrived. The cabinet has clear instructions on the front as to how to use the defibrillator, in the case of an emergency.”
Over the past twelve months Old Park Wood have been raising funds through various activities, for a defibrillator & a temperature-controlled cabinet.


At the start of the month we were delighted to receive the news that we had been chosen by Northwest Ambulance service to receive full funding for the defibrillator, which meant that funds raised of £600, could then go towards purchasing a temperature-controlled cabinet. 


Last week the defibrillator arrived & was delivered by the lovely Martin Yates, a Northwest Ambulance paramedic.Here’s a picture of Martin delivering the defibrillator and putting it into the temperature controlled cabinet, outside Old Park Wood reception. 


“We are pleased that this life saving devise has now arrived. The cabinet has clear instructions on the front as to how to use the defibrillator, in the case of an emergency.”


Holiday home owner, Mr Burton had been heavily involved in fundraising activities for the defibrillator and temperature-controlled cabinet. Recently he ran the Windermere marathon, known as one of the hilliest marathons in the U.K!

 

Watch out for Old Park Woods next blog which will cover an interview with Stephen and detail his full fundraising journey. 

Contact Information:

Old Park Wood Holiday Park
Holker, Cark-in-Cartmel, 
Cumbria LA11 7PP
T: 01539 558266 
E: opw@holker.co.uk
015395 58266 58266?Holiday home owner, Mr Burton had been heavily involved in fundraising activities and recently ran the Windermere marathon, known as one of the hilliest marathons in the U.K! Watch out for our next blog which will cover an interview with Stephen and detail of his full fundraising journey. ?