Suffolk back to 50s

Suffolk Park Progress Association’s 50th birthday will be marked on Sunday with a ‘back to the 50s afternoon’ in the Suffolk Park Holiday Park.

Starting from 3pm, the fun-filled event is open to all of the community.

Park manager Paul Brooks said the event would celebrate the community spirit of Suffolk Park and showcase the caravan park’s new safari tents.

“We are especially encouraging long-term locals to come along and tell their stories about the area,” he said.

“The stories will be recorded and later made into a short documentary ensuring that the character and history of the area is preserved.

“It will be a great afternoon to dress up 50s style, bring a picnic basket and join in the cricket match on the beach.”

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