A stunning welcome at Hollins Park in Shropshire

It’s an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the area is rich in history and heritage with the World Heritage Site of Ironbridge close by.

This is a residential park we’ve followed with interest at Park Lifestyle over the past few years, as it has developed into a truly stunning park with a lively community of like-minded
people who give it a very warm and welcoming atmosphere. A new phase of 15 plots has now been releasedin the Sandy Ridge area of the park, which means it’s still a top target for buyers
looking for somewhere a bit special to live.

Several home owners on the park have returned from abroad to buy at Hollins Park.

Dennis and Theresa Foster, (pictured below left) did exactly that and explain how their story unfolded to deliver them their perfect home and park. In June 2013 we visited the UK on a routine visit to family and friends.

We had been living in inland Spain for nine years with predominantly Spanish, neighbours learning their language and totally adapting ourselves to a new culture. The idea of returning home was
suggested on several occasions but was rejected on the grounds of the quality of life we were experiencing, so the journey, we thought, was probably to be just another visit.

Motoring northwards along the M6 to see the Midlands branch of the family we saw a poster for a Park and Leisure Exhibition at Stoneleigh so decided to go and see what was on offer.

The park homes displayed were numerous and luxurious. As we wandered around we realised that they ticked all the boxes if we ever finally decided to relocate. Eventually we came to
Hollins Park display and realized the location was ideal for us as family and friends were not too far away. A couple of days later we arrived at Hollins Park to see it for ourselves and from that
moment we were captivated.

We made our decision that day and are now living in a place that is as near to perfection as possible. Hollins Park provides a secure environment with a community spirit, a choice
of activities to partake in locally, friendly owners and staff who are always available to solve any problems, and for us, the realisation that we made the right choice.


From just outside the park there is a regular bus service into Bridgnorth and Kidderminster with connections to the larger towns and cities. If you feel that from city to countryside is too
big a step it’s not too far away from the crowds either. Bridgnorth is an historic market town with friendly people everywhere whilst the big shops at Birmingham, Telford and Shrewsbury are
within easy striking distance.

Find out more
Pop along to one of their open days on 23rd May, 18th July or 12th September, 10am to 3pm.
Hollins Park, Kidderminster Road,
Quatford, Bridgnorth, Shropshire,
WV15 6QJ
01746 765025
The park homes displayed were numerous and luxurious. As we wandered around we realised that they ticked all the boxes if we ever finally decided to relocate.
Nestled in the Severn Valley and surrounded by 400 acres of prime National Trust woodlands next to Dudmaston Hall, Hollins Park is in a stunning location near Bridgnorth in Shropshire. with views over the Severn Valley and Clee Hills.