Lickhill Manor - Accessibility & Environmental Policy Statements

Accessibility Statement

The purpose of this Accessibility Statement is to give an accurate description of the facilities at Lickhill Manor Caravan Park, bearing in mind people with various abilities and/or disabilities.

General - Lickhill Manor Caravan Park is situated on the outskirts of Stourport-on-Severn, alongside the River Severn, some 1.25 miles by road from the town centre, or 15 minutes walk along the riverbank. The majority terrain of the park is flat and even. The park grounds extend to 64 acres which are well landscaped with thousands of trees and shrubs. The park owns over half a mile of riverbank which is available for picnics, fishing and boat mooring.

Roads - All roads on Lickhill Manor Caravan Park are tarmacced, therefore can be easily seen, or be detected by the partially sighted by 'tapping'. The roads do not have kerbs; the tarmac edges run in to the grassed areas with minor differences in height. There are speed bumps on the roads which are clearly marked with yellow triangles. The speed limit on the park roads is 8 mph.

Telephones - Lickhill Manor Caravan Park is in an area of good mobile phone coverage. The Park Managers live by the Reception and the Assistant Managers live by the Booking Office, should the emergency services need to be contacted. A hands-free phone can be provided by the Park Managers for emergency calls, e.g. to contact a relative or Doctor etc. Free Wi-Fi is provided to all our touring and camping guests. 

Holiday Homes - We sell new and preowned holiday homes that are available for use by owners and immediate family/friends. Holiday homes are not available for rental, therefore are adapted to meet the accessibility requirements of the individual holiday home owners. All holiday homes are connected to mains electricity, water, drainage and gas.

Touring/Camping Park Layout - All pitches cater for touring caravans, trailer tents, motorhomes and tents. On the touring field: super pitches are available with water, electricity and drainage, plus 3 tarmac pitches for very large motorhomes. Pitches are level with the majority predominantly grass, plus 20 gravel hard-standing bases; although from October to March we have an additional 54 serviced gravel hard-standings [used by Seasonal Tourers for April - September]. There are a few hard-standing bases suitable for wheelchair use, these are close to the washrooms via tarmac access, also there are grass pitches close to the washrooms suitable for reasonably ambulant users - all pitches have electricity. There is car parking space available on all pitches. On the Riverside Field, all pitches are level grass and open, with plenty of space; 64 pitches have electric hook ups. 

Washrooms - The touring field washrooms are accessed via a 1 in 12 gradient ramp through an extra wide door. There is a washroom suitable for disabled use which has a wheelchair accessible shower, with seat and handrails, the floor has plenty of turning space, There is a low level hand basin with lever taps, the WC has handrails and a pull cord alarm. There is a low level work surface with hair dryer. The Riverside Field washrooms are accessed by 3 steps. Both washrooms are heated during cold weather.

Other Amenities - The main play area is accessible via a 1 in 12 gradient ramp, the safety surface is of chipped wood. The second play area is on our Riverside Field, this facility is at ground level and again has a wood chip safety surface. Both the Touring Field and the Riverside Field have Pot & Crockery wash-ups with 4 deep sinks each. There are 3 central collection facilities for refuse and recycling of waste. The chemical waste disposal sluice is accessed via a 1 in 12 gradient ramp. The Reception and Booking Office are accessible via ramp-ways. Tourist Information is available at both offices. Car parking is available immediately outside Reception (disabled parking space) and Booking Office.

Lighting - The park washrooms are lit permanently when open. The holiday home park is lit up to midnight only on the main driveway. The touring area is lit by low level lights during darkness, as are touring electrical connection boxes.

Wildlife Pools - Our wildlife pools are accessible to reasonably ambulant persons, around which there are regular benches for resting. Three round picnic benches have been placed near to the pools, which offer easy access seating for the less able.

Assistance Dogs - Lickhill Manor Caravan Park is a dog friendly environment with many dog waste bins provided. There is a riverside meadow available for dog exercise which can be accessed via gates and a path through the Riverside Field. The path takes users past our Animal Sanctuary, with chickens, ducks and goats.

Doctors, Dentists and Hospitals - The telephone numbers for these services are available at the Park Reception, Booking Office and Tourist Information booth.

Shop - There is a very good mini-market on the main road, less than half a mile from the entrance of the park, which is open 7 days a week from 8 am until 10 pm. This shop sells a full range of food, drinks, newspapers, household items etc.

Local Transport - There is a bus stop within 100m of the entrance to the driveway of the park, though the driveway itself is half a mile long and not easily negotiable via wheelchair, unless electric or pushed. Bus timetables are provided in the Reception, Booking Office and Touring Washrooms.

Taxis - Telephone numbers of local taxi companies that offer accessibility impaired facilities are available from Reception, the Booking Office and the Tourist Information booth.

If you have any specific requests or questions, please enquire at reception, telephone 01299 871041 or e-mail [email protected].

We look forward to welcoming you to Likchill Manor Caravan Park. 


Environmental Policy Statement

Lickhill Manor Caravan Park is committed to providing a high quality of service to all customers, visitors and staff in a manner that ensures a safe and healthy environment for visits and work whilst minimising the potential collective impact on the environment.  We will endeavour to use pollution prevention and environmentally sound methods and practices in all that we do. 

Aims & Objectives

  • work to enhance the value of our park for wildlife.
  • help our customers to do their bit for the environment, by encouraging recycling and environmental awareness, both on the caravan park and at home.
  • help our customers to enjoy and respect the wildlife on the park and to participate in its conservation.
  • reduce the pollution and waste produced by park operations and use natural resources in a responsible way.
  • work as a 'good neighbour' in our locality by supporting our local community, the local economy and local conservation and environmental projects.
  • reduce the consumption of all raw materials (including water), energy and supplies on our park.
  • train employees in environmental matters, to promote and encourage them to take a lead on environmental improvement projects, and in so doing enable them to pass on information to visitors to take on conservation projects.
  • expect high environmental standards from all our suppliers and contractors, using environmentally safe and sustainable products where economically possible.
  • comply with the requirements of relevant environmental legislation and approved codes of practice.
  • periodically assess the environmental impact of all current and likely future operations on the park and local area.