A Cambridgeshire holiday park where a child died in a tragic incident is to close. 

Horsley Hale Farm in Littleport - where two-year-old Isabella Tucker was fatally struck by a vehicle on August 25 last year - is shutting the gates to its glampsite.

In a public Facebook post, the owners Stu and Steph said: "Well, here's a post we didn't expect to be writing any time soon. 

"After seven glorious seasons of hosting guests, we are closing the gates to the glampsite.

"Thanks to everyone who has chosen to work here, stay here, party here or even get married here.

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"It's been the most rewarding thing we've ever done, and we've met some amazing people along the way. 

"Those folks we couldn't have done without , you know who you are." 

The post added that everyone with a booking beyond the end of March should have received an email, and that any money paid will be refunded in full. 

"We are truly sorry for any inconvenience our closure may cause," the post adds.

"Thanks for all the love and support." 

We have approached the business for comment about the closure.

At the time of Isabella's death, the owners issued this tribute: “We are absolutely heartbroken at the loss of Isabella Tucker who tragically died.

“She and her family are in all our thoughts and prayers at this time and we offer our deepest condolences to all who knew her. 

“We would like to pay special tribute to the team of staff working that evening who could not have done more to deal with what was a terribly difficult situation. 

“We would also like to thank those medically trained guests staying with us who administered emergency first aid, allowing the Horsley Hale Farm team to look after family members, other guests and effectively get the emergency services on site as soon as possible. 

“In partnership with guests staying with us at the time, we have set up a fund to buy and plant a tree in Isabella's memory.” 

A 42-year-old woman from Leeds who was arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving has been released on bail until May 25.