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North Wales holiday parks change hands

A HOLIDAY company has sold four of its North Wales parks for a “substantial sum”.

A HOLIDAY company has sold four of its North Wales parks for a “substantial sum”.

Darwin Leisure Property Fund and Pario Leisure Group, both based in London, acquired the parks from Talacre Beach Leisure Group yesterday.

The North Wales firm retains its sites at Brynteg and Plas Coch, on Anglesey.

Darwin Leisure purchased Talacre, Seaview at Holywell and New Pines, Rhyl, while Pario garnered Tan Rallt, near Abergele. Managing director James McAllister said the company, which has been in business for 42 years, was sad to let the parks go.

He said: “I felt it was time to put my energies into one park and my son, James D McAllister, will now have the opportunity to take sole responsibility for Brynteg.

“The board and I are working alongside the new owners, themselves already successful holiday park owners, to ensure a smooth handover so our staff and owners on the parks can be safe in the knowledge that the future is as constant and bright as ever.”

 

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