Bank Farm and Bank Farm Holiday Park.
It’s where it all began, it’s where I was born, Hello, I’m Angie Davies-Bloomfield the owner of Bank Farm Properties and Leisure Ltd. I inherited the company in 2023 from my much loved, late father, Trevor Davies.
Bank Farm is a working farm where we grow crops, manage forestry, and still care for livestock.
Bank Farm Holiday Park.
Bank Farm is home to Bank Farm Holiday Park our original park and is probably one of the best and friendliest holiday parks in the UK. Bank Farm Holiday Park, Arley is set on the edge of the Wyre Forest, on the Banks of the River Severn and in the heart of the Severn Valley. We are on the Worcestershire; Shropshire border and areas of Bank Farm are in each county.
Bank Farm Holiday Park has a wonderful community of static caravan, lodges, and holiday home owners, all who have complete access to the park’s great facilities. The owners are a friendly bunch, but the Park has the best balance of being friendly yet it’s peaceful and tranquil too.
Bank Farm Holiday Park is in Arley.
Arley, is within walking distance of our Holiday Park, has the famous Severn Valley Steam Station, along with three lovely tea rooms, two great country pubs, both with excellent restaurants, there’s a Post Office Store and Arley Arboretum which is home to some of the most stunning gardens in the UK.
Bank Farm Holiday Park is just 4.5 miles, about 10 minutes from Bewdley. On a nice day you can walk there, along the river, in under 2 hours. Bewdley is a vibrant town with a museum, lots of shops, restaurants, cafés, and a lovely River Severn frontage and Bewdley Station on the Severn Valley Steam Railway line. If you’d like you can ride the steam train back to Arley.
Bank Farm Holiday Park has great facilities.
You might be looking for a park with great fishing, Bank Farm Holiday Park boasts two lovely pools and the best river fishing, with the famous Barbel stretch of the River Severn right on our doorstep (BAA licence required). Maybe one with an equestrian Centre, Bank Farm Equestrian Centre is on the farm! An outdoor heated swimming pool open throughout the summer season, yes, we’ve got that covered…a nine-hole pitch and put golf course, a tennis court and some of the most beautiful walking, trekking, and riding country in the UK.
There’s so much to see and do near Bank Farm Holiday Park…
The area around Bank Farm Holiday Park has great places to visit and things to do. From steam trains to castles, safari park, falconry, Shropshire tours, gardens and grounds, National Trust and English Heritage, Quaint Villages, Interesting Towns and two historic cities. Country Parks, Museums and even a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Ironbridge Valley of Invention.
You will never have time to visit everything Shropshire and Worcestershire has to offer.
Our Fantastic Park Team
As you enter the park you will see the Wardens Lodge, where Mark and Mandy Smith live, (they always have Wednesday’s off, so pop down the main office if it’s Wednesday) Mark and Mandy look after so many aspects of the park and are always ready to help whatever the problem or query. Mark spends most of his time around the park, mowing the golf course greens, helping site replacement static caravans, repairing, and replacing skirts and decking he’s such a hands-on friendly guy always ready to help. Mandy is more likely to be in the office or showing visitors and customers around the park.
There’s Julian (my husband) and Jake too, there’s nothing they can’t do, Colin and the Green Team who care for the hedges and general park gardening. Last but not least in the main office is the multitalented Lin who looks after all the paperwork, bills, and me!
Security at Bank Farm Holiday Park.
There’s an entry bollard security system to enter the park between 7pm and 7am where you’ll need the code to enter or exit the park. There are cameras too on the entrance ensuring the parks security. Thank heavens we have no security issues, but please if you do see anything suspicious, contact one of the team and let them know.