Haven’s Craig Tara holiday park is the scene for a new three-part comedy series to mark Haven’s partnership with TeamGB.

Surrounded by staggeringly breathtaking views of the Ayrshire coast, the new comedy series is filmed at Haven’s Ayrshire park, where you see comedic actress Kerry Godliman attempt to bring her unique coaching tips to the stars of Team GB.

In each episode, Kerry coaxes a Team GB athlete to take on one of the fun-filled activities found in the Lighthouse Harbour Adventure Village at the park, in what she believes this alternative training method will fully prepare them for Gold at Tokyo 2020.

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Episode one follows Men’s road cyclist Owain Doull, take on The Extreme Jump and fall an astonishing 40 feet that Kerry advises will mentally prepare him for gold.

Episode two follows retired men’s artistic gymnast Nile Wilson attempting to be guided by Kerry’s hilarious spin on building his muscle memory with a game of Haven’s crazy golf.

Although some level of training does pay off as he manages to reign victorious with a hole in one through the popular lighthouse obstacle.

In the third and final episode, we see women’s 100 metre sprinter, Asha Philip hit her personal best on Haven’s Crazy Climber as she races to the top of the climbing wall in hopes of avoiding ‘hitting the wall’ at the games as coach Kerry advises.

Launched in 2019 as part of Haven’s Park of the Future project that has seen Haven invest over £110m in new innovative concepts to park, the Lighthouse Harbour Adventure Village at Craig Tara is filled with a range of activities families can enjoy with a Stay+Play holiday at park.

The comedy series is live across Haven’s website at www.haven.com/teamgb.