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The Caravan Club has secured a fantastic temporary site in Ipswich, Suffolk from 26 July to 11 August, enticing its members to ‘Explore Sensational Suffolk’ from the famous Jimmy’s Farm.

Jimmy’s Farm is the home of The Essex Pig Company, owned and run by Jimmy Doherty. His endeavours to set up a successful rare breeds piggery have been televised in various documentaries since its inspiration in 2002 in the BBC 2 series, Jimmy’s Farm.

The campsite is available exclusively to Caravan Club members and pitches cost just £20 per night with no per person fee. The farm itself features a restaurant and bar, hatchery, piglet shed, petting farm and nature trail including a butterfly centre, so it’s a great place for families to enjoy a superb summer holiday.

During the site opening, special events are being held; Club members save £1 on tickets for the Sausage and Beer Festival taking place on 27-28 July. There’s also a produce and craft market, kids barbecue and summer disco and theatre in the forest each night as well as a comedy night which includes a three course meal.

Caravan Club members can also benefit from member offers on attractions nearby including Bressingham Steam and Gardens and the Colne Valley Railway.

Len Short, Events Manager for The Caravan Club, says, “The area of Suffolk has many local attractions including Ipswich Transport Museum, Colchester Zoo, and a local seaside resort so as well as the events planned at the temporary Club site itself, there are plenty of things to do and enjoy”.

To book a pitch call 01342 336666 or visit http://www.caravanclub.co.uk

Christopher Macgowan
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