Lancs park marking its first birthday wins praise from MP

First anniversary marked by (from left) Jane Lancaster, Mark Menzies MP, Beccy Lancaster, and Paul Lancaster

A FAMILY’S holiday park in Lancashire has been praised by its MP for bringing jobs and investment to the area, and for teaming-up with other local businesses.

Mark Menzies MP made his comments during a visit ton in the wake of this spring’s English Tourism Week.

He met with owners Paul Lancaster and his wife Jane, plus their daughter Beccy, who opened the park last summer in a quiet rural location on Lancashire’s Fylde coast.

Paul to the year, and that advance bookings for the coming months were “extremely strong”

The Fylde MP said that Donkey Creek should be applauded for its forward-looking initiative which would help the area thrive and benefit from the tourism economy.

The park’s new washrooms have scooped a top Loo of the Year award

Although Donkey Creek is a new venture, Paul Lancaster and his family have been involved with the parks industry in Lancashire for over half a century.

They also own long-established Lamaleach Park Estates near Lytham St Annes, a residential park which provides 121 park homes for people in or near retirement.

Paul and Jane said they were delighted that Mark Menzies was able to visit their park as part of the English Tourism Week celebrations.

Paul added that Mr Menzies clearly understor industry, and the beneficial effect which it has on the local economy and employment.

Although it has so far been receiving visitomers.

Earlier this year, Donkey Creek also scooped a tors.

The park has recently submitted planning permission to hire.

Donkey Creek, says Paul, is aimed at those seeking a high-quality location to both scenic countryside and its famous seaside resorts.

There is more information about the park at