We are motorhomes and this was our first stay at MIM and we stayed for 10 nights up to 30th August so included the bank holiday weekend. We were warmly welcomed by the staff at reception and given plenty of info. We toured round the site and there were plenty of pitches available and we chose one in a small cul de sac, sheltered by mature trees and a hedge on one side and getting full sun on the other. Excellent choice as the bank holiday weekend was very hot and we were glad of the shady trees. Our pitch was clean and tidy and we noticed the staff regularly going around mowing the grass etc. The pitches were plenty big enough for an awning and yes, caravanners do have to park their cars across the front, but I can’t see this is a problem. Showers and toilets were clean and tidy. We did take advantage of the pizza night the day we arrived and they were excellent, although I always think they are expensive anyway, but we didn’t try the meals offered on other nights. There are also rules for keeping dogs on a short leash at all times and most owners did do so but we noticed some did not and you do need to be careful of children cycling around the site. Easy 5 minute walk into the town with shops and an Aldi and Budgen within easy walking distance. Plenty of places to eat and drink. Buses outside the site and in the town centre. Train station a short walk away. As with previous review (mickh1960) we also heard the noise during the evening over the bank holiday weekend although we were some distance from it and I would not have been happy if we had been closer. There were quite a number of visitors that weekend as the visitors car park was full and it sounded as though a birthday party was going on, so I guess they had a lot of visitors there. The wardens do need to ensure that people are respectful of others as the noise was loud and went on quite late in the evening and it was disturbing. Other than this one occasion we found this a quiet and lovely relaxing site to which we would be happy to return.