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Ski park set to put Par on map

By Natasha Swift 21st February 2018

Ski park set to put Par on map
The site at East Crinnis Farm

CORNWALL’S first ski and snowboarding park has been earmarked for Par. The Olford family, which has run East Crinnis Farm since the 1800s, is looking to build the county’s first dry ski and snowboard park, as well as providing a leisure activity centre and improved access and parking for Biscovey infant and junior schools. The...

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