You may have heard the great news about the Park in the Past project, a proposal to turn an industrial landscape into a uniquely magnificent Roman fort and country park. The plans have had the go-ahead already, and with the boosts from the Big Lottery grant and backing from the Welsh government, we are eagerly awaiting the project to commence. This will create a 120-acre Community heritage park to feature a reconstruction of an Iron Age farm, as well as life-size Roman fort! This will provide an educational, interesting and aesthetically pleasing location that is hoped to bring further tourism to North Wales, alongside the many other amazing attractions that already fill the country! Wildlife will also be a focal point for the country park, creating an environment where rare species can thrive and develop. This is met with the 35-acre lake, which will be partially used for wildlife and partly for the use of recreational activities that many can enjoy upon the water near our North Wales holiday parks. “We are delighted to hear that the Big Lottery Fund has awarded the Park in the Past a development grant from the ‘Create Your Space’ programme,” commented Paul Harston, the director of Park in the Past.