A HOLIDAY PARK that can trace its roots back to 1912 is celebrating its centenary this week and, as part of the celebrations has produced a coffee table book featuring stories and photographs.

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The original site, Hoburne Park in Christchurch, Dorset was purchased at auction by John Burry, the current chairman’s great-grandfather.


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By 2001, a further six sites covering both countryside and coast, were added to the Park’s portfolio, providing visitors with touring pitches, timber lodges, chalets and caravan holiday homes.


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To mark this anniversary, Hoburne is allowing nostalgic holidaymakers a rare glimpse of its 100-year history by showcasing unseen materials in a keepsake book called 100 Years of Happy Holidays and we’ve been given a little preview to share with you.


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Priced at £12.99, 100 Years of Happy Holidays can be purchased by calling 0844 288 2050