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In partnership with the local Parish Council, we have made efforts to improve the single-track main road access to our Park, through the provision of passing bays. We have also provided road signage to guide customers along the preferred route when arriving and leaving.
We are continually increasing our range of locally-produced goods in our shop, which currently includes milk, eggs, sausages, burgers, apple juice, cider, beer, fruit cakes, coffee and chocolate. In the Waveney Inn, much of the food served comes from local suppliers, many of whom are in the Waveney Valley.
Local residents are encouraged to make use of our facilities and the Waveney Inn has many regulars who live close by. The use of our facilities is not restricted to holiday customers.
Local swimming school Water Lillies make use of our pool at off-peak times to provide swimming lessons for all ages.
In 2012, working together with Suffolk Wildlife Trust and the Broads Authority, we re-introduced the historic ferry service, linking Norfolk to Carlton Marshes Nature Reserve and the Angles Way long-distance footpath. We ask all our customers to make a voluntary donation of £1 to Suffolk Wildlife Trust when they make a booking with us.