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The Regency Building has been standing tall in Butlins since 1962 and has seen some major changes from having an outside stage attached, Swimming pools, day and night clubs and the funfair entrance. As of 2023, it's being converted into the Playxperience. Click on the photo above or the button below to see more.
Located in the Regency building, the indoor heated swimming pool was converted in the Holiday Worlds era of Butlins. It was renamed to Sunsplash swimming pool until it closed down in 1998. It remained there until 2023 when it was demolished within to make way for Playxperience. Click on the photo above or the button below to view more about this important location.
Formerly known as the Yellow Camp at the rear of the camp. They were double-decker accommodations that would go from left to right with some going up and down. They changed into Exmoor Village and eventually converted into the current Oysterbay Village. Click on the photo above or the button below to see more.
Formerly known as the blue camp, it would be later renamed Beechwood. The Beechwood name would expand to include some of the yellow camps after it was redeveloped into Exmoor village. In 1999, the blue camp was divided up into different names. This area also includes the Nursery building.
Formerly known as the Red Camp, it would be later renamed Redwood. In the big changes in 1999, the chalet village was divided into two, Surfers Point and Sunset Wharf. Further along, Sunset was demolished to be replaced with West Lake Chalet Village