Lancashire writer Alec Price first
became intrigued by the history of Park Hall in the 1970s when he
worked there as a swimming pool manager. Through interviews and
local research he pieced together the story of Park Hall since its
early times as a possible resting place for the body of St Cuthbert
in the ninth century up to the present day as a thriving leisure
complex and home to the famous Camelot Theme Park. So his book takes
us on a journey through time: from a saint to a king.
This book is well illustrated with
many specially commissioned photographs. It has been designed and
produced in the Chorley area and is a fascinating read for anyone
interested in the colourful past of Park Hall/Camelot Theme Park.