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Fenland caravan site forced to close over busy Easter weekend



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A popular Fenland caravan and lodge site was reportedly forced to close following 'threats' by a group of travellers who moved in over the Bank Holiday weekend.

A notice pinned to the top of the website for Fields End Water in Doddington, blamed "unforeseen circumstances" for its temporary closure.

Staff have been unable to take calls from customers, and those due to visit over the Easter weekend received emails advising them the park was closed from 11am yesterday (Sunday) until further notice.

The message on the website said: "Fields End Water has had to temporarily close to an unforeseen circumstance, we do hope to open very soon.

Staff at Fields End Water Caravan park was forced to close over the Bank Holiday weekend. (56131576)
Staff at Fields End Water Caravan park was forced to close over the Bank Holiday weekend. (56131576)

"We are unable to answer phone calls I am afraid too. If you really need to contact us, please do by email and we will respond as soon as we can. "Please keep checking this splash page for updates and re-opening times. We apologise for any inconvenience. You can still book online for holiday from May 2022 onwards."

The notice was removed late this afternoon, but it is unclear whether the site is now ready to reopen.

It was reported that travellers moved on to the site on Saturday evening and proceeded to make threats to staff, most later moved on, but a handful remained causing problems for the owners and leaving them no choice but to close.



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