Duke presents award to “exceptional” Scottish holiday park manager Tracy

The Duke of Argyll congratulates Tracy McCulloch on winning the top industry award

THIRTY YEARS of loyalty and hard work have been celebrated with a special award for Tracy McCulloch, manager of Argyll Caravan Park.

Tracy was presented with an Exceptional Service Award by the Duke of Argyll, Torquhil Ian Campbell, who congratulated her on a career dedicated to holiday excellence.

The award is the highest honour given by the British Holiday & Home Parks Association, the national parks body of which Argyll Caravan Park is a longstanding member.

It comes in the year in which the park is marking its 70th anniversary as one of Scotland’s longest established parks under the same family’s ownership.

Covering around 50 acres, Argyll Caravan Park is based on the shores of Loch Fyne near Inverary Castle, the seat of the Duke of Argyll

Tracy has lived from the age of 13 on the park where her father, Jim McCulloch, served as park manager for almost three decades.

She spent five years working on a holiday park in Northern Ireland before returning to Argyll Caravan Park and taking on the role of manager five years ago.

Argyll Caravan Park sits on the shores of Loch Fyne amid stunning mountain scenery

“I am very humbled and grateful to the Duke of Argyll for presenting me with this Exceptional Service Award from the British Holiday & Home Parks Association,” said Tracy.

“My dad taught me everything I know about how to run an efficient, friendly and welcoming park – and not least the importance of having the support of a loyal staff team around me.

“He and my mum would have been super proud of my receiving this award, and both of them played a major part in making Argyll Caravan Park what it is today

“It’s fantastic that this has happened during our seventieth year, and we’re looking forward to a season of celebrations with our guests and holiday home owners,” she added.

There is more information about the park at www.argyllcaravanpark.com