A new leisure park development in Shropshire has received praise for its role in supporting the UK tourism industry.

Ludlow Touring Park – which is due to open in early May following a £3 million investment project by developers Morris Leisure – was visited last week by John Penrose, Tourism and Heritage Minister, cutting the ribbon.

The luxury venue for caravans and motorhomes features 135 pitches, connections to water, electricity, wireless internet and digital television, central toilet facilities, fully equipped laundry, children’s play area and a Jubilee Wood in honour of the Queen.

“I am really delighted to see large scale investment going into a very important part of the tourism industry in this beautiful area of the country,” Penrose told Out & About Live. “It is a wonderful destination for caravanners to come to and it looks like a very professional park, which I am sure is going to be full.”

Morris Leisure, which already owns four holiday parks in the surrounding areas, believes the new Ludlow site will be responsible for bringing in £2 million for Shropshire-based businesses.

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