Earlier this year we received an usual request. An artist who had been commissioned to make a film about the Thames estuary had stumbled across Allhallows and wanted to come and film part of his piece on the park. Filming requests are not so unusual but they are normally for hidden camera shows or documentaries…never before had we had a request for a Haven park to be included in a work of art!
It’s hard for us to gush about all of the great things we have to do on and around our parks if we haven’t experienced them first hand. So I went out to Allhallows Holiday Park in Kent for a weekend and these are the unexpected things I found to do! Allhallows sits on a lovely stretch of the Thames, with a large 9 hole golf course at one end of the park and a serene fishing lake at the other. You can discover the area between these two on cycle go karts which look much more effortless than they actually are! I would recommend getting a family size one (with two cycle seats) as at certain points, I had to jump out and push the kart up the hill… Why not give mum an afternoon of pampering in the on-site hair salon. The converted caravan has all of the fancy equipment, reasonable prices and a very jolly award-winning hairdresser! If you fancy relaxing, why not drop by Marty’s radio studio near reception where he broadcasts Allhallows-on-air live from 11am until 2pm every day. Marty loves special guests on his show and takes requests — you can even record a jingle with him!