Nigel Donnelly

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Hampshire super site Sandy Balls Holiday Centre has refurbished the onsite pub.

The Woodside Inn has always kept site visitors fed with great pub grub and watered with well-kept local ales. Following a recent refurbishment and appointment of a new manager, the site is confident visitors will find the welcome warmer than ever.

The familiar face of Mark Andrews is once again welcoming regulars and Sandy Balls’ guests to the Inn where he worked for seven years before leaving in 2007 to pursue other interests.

Hampshire super site Sandy Balls Holiday Centre has refurbished the onsite pub.

The Woodside Inn has always kept site visitors fed with great pub grub and watered with well-kept local ales. Following a recent refurbishment and appointment of a new manager, the site is confident visitors will find the welcome warmer than ever.

The familiar face of Mark Andrews is once again welcoming regulars and Sandy Balls’ guests to the Inn where he worked for seven years before leaving in 2007 to pursue other interests.

“It’s great to be back at Sandy Balls,” said Mark. “Being Fordingbridge born and bred means the Centre has been part of my life for as long as I can remember and I’m really looking forward to seeing old friends and making new ones over the coming months.
“I’m really impressed by the recent investment in the Inn which reinforces its place at the heart of the Sandy Balls offering. 2010 is going to be a great season!”
Among the new members of Mark’s team is Helen Adams who was recently appointed assistant manageress.

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