We stayed in August and the site was more than half empty when we arrived. We were asked if we minded church bells and said no as we live in a town where Sunday ringing, visiting ringers, weddings and bell practice is the norm. However, they didn’t mean church bells, they meant the church clock. Loudly, on the hour, every hour day and night. And we were on the pitch nearest to the church. Our church turns the bells off at night, as do most churches. Avoid the pitches at the bottom of the site unless you bring earplugs. We had already booked a pitch on the adult only side and friends in two camper vans then booked later to join us and were told the adult side was full. When we arrived we asked if we could be nearby, but were told no. So they were on one side of the site and we were as far as possible on the other. This was disappointing especially when the site was so empty. Two days later, on the Sunday, it was just about full for that one day, but I would have thought any normal helpful person could have rearranged the pitches. The staff here are not helpful or approachable. The toilet block on the adult side is seriously in need of replenishment and updating - unless you use the newer side but even there the ‘posh’ chairs are showing their age. The lovely flower beds haven’t been looked after this year apart from a bit of light weeding. This is not our first visit to the site (previously we’ve been much further up the site away from the bell), and its sad to see it going downhill.