Wigley Orchard St Michaels h
o l i d a y & October 2011 - Issue 45
Fourteen walkers and three dogs set off bright and early on Sunday 28th August to walk from Wigley Orchard Caravan to St Michaels. The walk was very special for 15 year old
Jack Gillies, whose mother Val has a caravan at Wigley Orchard. In September 2008 Jack (fifth from left in our front page photo) was di- agnosed with transverse myelitis, a neurolog- ical disorder caused by inflammation of the spinal cord which can cause paralysis, and he was unable to walk for a month. Although he made an amazing recovery
Jack initially needed crutches for long dis- tances. He was determined to take part in the walk, which he finished without difficulty – a wonderful achievement for him. The walkers were revived with cups of tea or cans of cold beer and delicious hot dogs,
Caravans for sale
At Wigley Orchard 2009 Swift Moselle
2007 Atlas Ruby CL 2004 Willerby Salisbury
£24,950 £17,950 POA
At St Michaels 2010 BK Grosvenor
2002 Atlas Topaz 2007 Willerby Salisbury
£32,895 £13,750 POA
All the above caravans are offered for sale with a timber deck and a satellite dish and digi box for freesat tv, and are fully connected to services.
Details of all our caravans for sale are published on the website - go to www.wigleyor- chard.co.uk
and follow the links to the For Sale page.
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NEWS Stroll on again!
k s End of season
As we reach the end of our 25th summer sea- son at Wigley Orchard we would like to thank all our owners who have supported us over the years. Very special thanks go to June Lowe, Jim
and Val Chance and John and Lois Arrowsmith and family, who were here when we bought the park and are still here today. It’s especially nice to see John and Lois’s grandchildren en- joying the park. I hope we all have many more happy years here.
which were provided by The Baiting House in Upper Sapey. The event raised £1,153 plus gift aid to be
shared between KEMP Hospice and Healing Hands Network. Many thanks to all of you who took part and to all our generous spon-
We have had a more than usually fruitful au- tumn with many damsons, pears and plums at Wigley Orchard and especially apples at St Michaels. We are happy for caravan owners or holiday visitors to pick some of our fruit but to avoid misunderstandings and in the interests of good manners please ask at reception before helping yourselves.
Hello and goodbye
We welcome new caravan owners at Wigley: Mr M Gordon from Devon Mr and Mrs Cummings from Redditch Mr G Wilkes from Tettenhall Mrs June Moseley from Northfield and at St Michaels:
Mr and Mrs Boyden from Sutton Cold- Goodbye to Mr Dychoff from Ledbury
Our new on-line booking system for St Michaels is now up and running with real-time allocations and secure payment processes.
See the letter enclosed with this newsletter. Remember that temperatures dropped to -
18C on 26th November last year. If you want to do the job yourself there is plenty of advice on our website: click on “Newsletter” and go to “Winter drain down”.
If you still have an old aerial which is redun- dant and you would like us to remove and dis- pose of it please let us know. There is a charge of £15 for this service.
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