Get involved this Mental Health Awareness Week!

Get involved this Mental Health Awareness Week!

Mental health problems can affect anyone, at any time.  The Mental health organisation believe that mental health is everyone’s business.

Mental Health Awareness Week takes place this week 18-24 May 2020 on the topic of kindness.

Why kindness?

One thing that we have seen all over the world is that kindness is prevailing in uncertain times.  We have learnt that amid the fear, there is also community, support and hope.

The added benefit of helping others is that it is good for our own mental health and wellbeing. It can help reduce stress and improve your emotional wellbeing.

Kindness could transform our schools, places of work, communities and families. Let’s shape a society that tips the balance in favour of good mental health, for all of us, but especially for those who are most vulnerable.

Find out more information on Mental Health Awareness week and get involved.
Join us 18-24 May 2020 to tell us why kindness matters to you.

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The Spotlight’s On Us

The Spotlight’s On Us

A brand new magazine has joined the park home and holiday lodge industry and we are over the moon to be a part of it. Park & Holiday Home Inspiration is a must read “whether you’re a budding buyer to be or you’ve been living the life of luxury for years”.

In this fabulous four page article they go back to the very beginning of the Prestige Group as well as exploring our launch into the leisure lodge sector. Furthermore, they take a peep inside our Casa Di Lusso & the front cover star, The Glass House.

Lodge_2_003“The open plan living area is vast, lined by rustic white wash, rough sawn timber walls. The fabrics are in neutral tones that warm the space, while floor-to-ceiling windows provide an abundance of light. Textures are fabulously contrasting; rough, distressed woods compliment soft gentle green furnishings. You can only marvel at the fully-equipped, country style kitchen, made complete with a feature island breakfast bar.Wrap yourself in splendour and opulence of the master bedroom. Children will be wide-eyed and utterly excited at the prospect of staying in the quirky den-like bunk beds in the second bedroom. Completely unique and truly timeless.”

To order your copy of the magazine please click here.



The Spotlight’s On Us

Quirky, creative and absolutely fabulous!

Barry Payne has crafted this 1:30 scale model of our Prestige Sonata II and we are blown away at the detail involved.

Number of Matches: 2500
Time Taken: 130 hours
Total Cost: £35

“This was an ideal hobby in view of the weather we have had.” – Barry

match stick sonata 2 sonata II

The process…

Drew elevation plans.
Took all external measurements.
Scaled down to 1/30th.
Cut wall and roof shapes from photographic mounting card also cutting holes for doors and windows.
Using 6mm mdf for a base, built up skirt walls.
Covered the 4 main walls with matches then glued them together.
Fitted roof boards and gable and then covered with matches.
Made all doors and windows with matches then fitted to holes in walls.
Made and fitted roof cappings, fascias, gutters and downpipes, steps and handrails.
Painted finished home.

And there’s another… 

Barry’s wife has made a gypsy caravan from a match stick kit which is equally as beautiful.

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