Denise Neilson - Six Bells Park - Woodchurch
"I would like to thank everyone at Amberley Parks for all the help, kindness and time given to me on moving into my new home. I am over the moon with it, and hope I have many years ahead of me to enjoy it. Everybody in the Park seems very friendly, I am sure I will be happy here."
And a second, happy testimonial:
"If you are considering moving to a park home, look no further than Six Bells Park, Woodchurch. Due to circumstances, I made the decision to move from Lincolnshire back to Kent to be near family.
As I was now on my own, what type of property should I buy? I decided on a park home. I visited many parks in the south east but on seeing Six Bells, which is a pretty little park, my mind was made up.
After meeting the owners Michelle and Yvette, who spent time with me, helping me to choose the right home, I went ahead and purchased my forever home. It's a very friendly park with people from all walks of life. Always happy to lend a helping hand, we all look out for each other. It's a good choice if you are on your own. We also have a Residents Association.
The park is very well maintained and kept to a high standard. The owners are all very approachable people. They want you to be happy here as much as you do. There is plenty to do in Woodchurch village. Many clubs to join, events throughout the year on the village green. Two pubs, village shop/post office, butchers, village hall which holds coffee mornings, etc. and an excellent G.P. surgery.
The local bus to Tenterden and Ashford stops at the park gates, also one of the supermarkets runs a free bus once a week from the park gates.
So come and pay us a visit, I am sure you will love this little park as much as we do. I know I made the right decision."
Alan and Linda Baker – Six Bells Park – Woodchurch
“We moved to the Six Bells Park in 2014. Initially we were a little worried about what appeared to be radical downsizing and a change of lifestyle too. The owners of the park answered our questions openly and honestly, helping to put our minds at rest. They encouraged us to talk to the other residents to gain an unfettered view of life on the park. Everyone we spoke to had only good things to say. We need not have worried at all. Our park home is warm, easily maintained and located in a superb environment. Where else could one overlook a flood lit windmill at night?
The park is a tranquil place and fits very well within the thriving community of Woodchurch. The village itself is well served with bus routes, local shops, a primary school, doctors surgery and two pubs. A truly friendly place to live, like going back in time to those days when people actually spoke to each other and smiled!
If you are thinking of taking the plunge to park home living find out more, we don’t think you will be disappointed”.
“We moved onto the park after downsizing from our family home that we had for 42 years. Village life in Woodchurch is great, just sitting on the village green and watching the cricket whilst enjoying a drink. We have been here for 12 years now and still feel like we are on holiday”.
Michael and Debbi Wright – Six Bells Park – Woodchurch
“We have lived here since July 2015 and as soon as my wife and I drove onto the Six Bells Park site, we felt it was the right place for us to be. We did visit other sites and they just didn’t have the same feel. We love this location and size of the park, its secluded but not isolated, intimate and friendly and has a sense of community. It is safe and has good car parking. My wife enjoys doing the Avon round and I enjoy my role as the Chairman of The Residents Association.”
John and Violet – Six Bells Park – Woodchurch
“We have been on the park for 3 years and with hand on heart,we wish we had known about this park years ago. Since living here, we have never felt so well, theres no pressure, its like being on holiday everyday, what more could you want. We fell in love with the park as soon as we walked on. ”
Bill and Rita – Six Bells Park – Woodchurch
“We’ve lived here for 16 very happy years, we have beautiful views across the meadow and cant imagine living anywhere else. We have lovely approachable Park owners.”
We have 2 sisters that live on the park who are the hub of the community -
Nell and Louise – Six Bells Park – Woodchurch
“I've lived on the park for 24 years and would not go anywhere else. Its the longest place I’ve lived anywhere and recently upgraded to a new home. Since the present owners acquired the park, they have bought it right up to scratch and I would like to say how kind the Park Owners have been to me since I have lived here.”
“I have lived on here for 23 years. Its the happiest place I have ever lived, everybody here is friendly and does their best to help. Its a lovely community.”
Eve, 12 years at Highview Park – Folkestone
“I love living on the park and am very happy. The neighbours are great!”.
Chris, 13 years at Highview Park – Folkestone
“I absolutely love living on the park and my mum lives opposite. The people here are so friendly and the garden is the perfect size for me. There are wonderful views from the local cliff top cafe and Memorial site”.
Denise and Brian, 13 years at Prince of Wales Park – Hythe
“We are very happy here and wouldn’t go back. We like this quiet little community”.
Angela, Newcomer at Prince of Wales Park – Hythe
“I am a newcomer to the Prince of Wales Park and very much like the privacy of living here. The homes are detached and there is a lovely feel of community spirit here. The people are kind and helpful and made me very welcome. Its quite central and well situated to access the local shops and town”.
Veronica, 12 years at Prince of Wales Park – Hythe
“I have lived here for 12 years and feel like I have gained a new life! The first day I moved here I felt like I had come home. Its my little paradise and it feels magical to live here. The local dentist is excellent and the bus route is fantastic”.
Sisters on the Six Bells Park – Woodchurch
Nell and Louise are sisters and really enjoy living within close proximity to each other. Nell has been living on the park for 22 years.
“I love living on the park, everyone is so friendly and it has a real community feel. We all look out for each other and there is always something going on, this Saturday there is a party to celebrate Louise’s 90th birthday and in June we are having a party to celebrate the Queen’s birthday. We are very happy to be here”