Here at Daisy Bank, the health and safety of our guests and staff is our number one priority. We recognise that the situation is potentially unsettling and we would like to reassure you that we are closely monitoring the developing situation and following Government guidance to ensure you can enjoy the holiday you deserve.
This information is subject to change and will be updated in line with latest government advice and common sense.
For now, and unless otherwise advised, Daisy Bank will remain OPEN.
At present Daisy Bank Caravan Park will remain open.Holidays are an important chance to get away from the noise and clutter of everyday life and this is fundamentally healthy. The space and natural surroundings in Mid Wales and the Shropshire Hills will feel refreshing and at present we won’t take that away. We are taking the advice of medical professionals, the government and governing bodies seriously and alongside this believe we have a duty of care to our campers, our local community and our team
Camping & touring and self-catering holidays are not close contact activities involving strangers. In many ways they are the original self-isolating holiday. However, our public areas (toilet blocks, laundry, dishwashing area, chemical toilets, tourist information , reception) could be potential sources of surface virus transmission. We would urge you to take extra care of yourselves and others in these areas. It is suggested, where possible, that you use the facilities in your own vans or accommodation.
** For the moment, please bear the following in mind**
- Call or email us if you have any symptoms or feel you need to cancel your stay due to Covid-19, we are ready to move your holiday to another date . Our normal terms and conditions will apply for refunds. If there are any restrictions placed on travel or gatherings of people then we will review and let you know
- If you believe that you are vulnerable, or have regular close contact with anyone who is please consider carefully if this is the time for you to come on holiday. The above point will apply for moving your stay and forwarding your deposits.
- You cannot self-isolate at Daisy Bank for the safety of other campers, our team and our community. If you were to also need more urgent medical attention remember that we have limited local A&E services and it would be reckless to travel under the conditions of self-isolation. Be sensible and stay away.
- Use common sense hygiene practice while here. Wash your hands and bin your tissues. Remember that the facilities are communal and help reduce the risk for our other campers and our team. If you are in a caravan or motor home, please use your own facilities as much as possible. We will, as always, keep the facilities clean and use disinfectant.
- If you develop symptoms while on the site, please refrain from using the facilities. Please pack up and call the office to notify that you are leaving the site and we will discuss the process
Reducing the risk of virus transmission at Daisy Bank
Distancing Measures. Our pitches and accommodation have more than adequate space between them. Please stand further back from our reception desk / shop counter, than you normally would. This will help to reduce the risk for our front line staff and yourselves, to ensure we are able to continue to offer our services. Please refrain from shaking hands with our staff or each other.
Additional Cleaning & Hygiene Measures. We are undertaking additional daily cleaning ‘high touch point areas’ – door handles, tap heads, card machines, and so on. We have removed the microfibre cloths in the shower blocks for now.
Reducing cash handling. Cash is known to have passed through many hands and therefore, we are asking guests to pay by card wherever possible.
When visiting our park we would ask all our guests and owners to take the following sensible Government Advice:
- Washing hands regularly. Wash hands for at least 30 seconds and use an alcohol based hand sanitiser if soap and water is not available.
- Maintain good hygiene practices such as using tissues when coughing or sneezing and disposing of the tissue in a bin.
- Maintain a sensible distance from others
We would advise you to check the following websites for the most up-to-date information:
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 01588 620471