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Skip straight out of your caravan and onto seven miles of uninterrupted golden sands at Martello Beach Holiday Park in Essex!When youve had enough of swimming and sandcastle making on the beach, theres the indoor and outdoor pool for the kids to splash about in or go bananas on the multi-zone adventure playground.The Frontenac Arch Biosphere Reserve, in which the park is located, is known as being one of the highest areas of biodiversity in Canada.The first inhabitants of the park area are thought to have been hunting and fishing peoples who arrived following the last glacial period approximately 10,000 years ago.To help charities, clubs and other non-profit making organisations to prosper. A friend, colleague or family member has probably already told you about Aldeburgh.In 2005 Simon decided that the old A5 black and white format had had its day and with more sophisticated techniques and size, the new LOOK was introduced in its present form with colour and photography introduced.
Around this time they began to be visited by French explorers, fur traders, and missionaries following the St Lawrence river to seek their fortune in the new world.During the War of 1812, the area of today's National Park was visited by both British and American warships.A British gunboat was sunk nearby and the preserved hull was raised in 1967. Martello towers were built in the area to defend the British from American invasion.In 1992, the LOOK MAGAZINE was published as a community advertising magazine in Tiptree and Kelvedon, two villages to the south - west of Colchester in North East Essex and shortly after expanded to include Coggeshall and The Teys.Its founder Simon Eaton recognised a niche in the market for a magazine in which local businesses could advertise at reasonable rates, and at the same time clubs, societies, charities and other non-profit making organisations could advertise and inform the public about themselves absolutely free.