Just returned from our three week holiday and this was our third visit this year. Our pitch was tidy and clean, hedges trimmed and grass mowed. It was nice to see that the sparrows and rabbits were still in residence. On one occasion in the three weeks I had to queue for a shower so I don't think this is anything to worry about. My daughter came to stay for a few nights who is a wheelchair user, she found travelling on the surfaces around the site challenging as it is gravel. Her comment about the disabled washroom was nice that it was only used by radar key users so was always available when needed, however the room was small and would not have accommodated a larger wheelchair. However, it was spotlessly clean and the water drained quickly in the wet room style shower so the floor did not remain wet and slippery. We are aware that renovations are due to take place and would recommend having a visual alert e.g. flashing light, in all the showers for the fire alarms in case of guests with hearing impairments. We didn't use the restaurant but that was our choice but it was nice to know it was available and heard a lot of people remark favourably about it. Maybe if the dog had been allowed up in the bar we might have gone for a drink in the evening. Really reassuring to see the dog walk remained unchanged and well looked after by campers and staff. As on previous visits the wardens showed professionalism and friendliness. We like to think that the changes that need to be made are made but at the same time keeping the character and atmosphere of the current site which enhances the peacefulness of this location.