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Maurice Sines offers a smile.


Local charity Brighter Sines, is offering the public the chance to make a child happy. Even if it is just for a short while.

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Brighter Sines, set up by Maurice Sines July 2013 are local fundraisers. Who like to think of themselves as smile givers. They fundraise for charities on there behalf, being a hospital or hospice. But more often than not focusing on the smaller charities with less time and funds. So far Maurice Sines, with Brighter Sines has managed to raise money with local raffles, holding a fun day and even a Christmas dinner. Allowing gifts to be purchased and distributed to the local hospital of Basildon.

” We couldn’t think of anything better and more needy, after all we have to look after the children of our future.” Maurice Sines a father and grandfather himself says, ” there is nothing worse than seeing a child in pain, and you as a parent can do nothing to help, the very least we can do is give them a teddy or a smile.”

Maurice Sines, has also confirmed that more fundraising events will be taking place throughout 2014, although no dates have been confirmed.

Maurice Sines| How Sines Parks began


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Maurice Sines | The story of Sines Parks.

As a proud self-made man, Maurice Sines has never asked for or received any financial aid from either the government or any form of social welfare, but has instead invested wisely in order to build up his empire from scratch. As a devoted father of three and with five grandchildren so far, Maurice Sines has remained a family man throughout his long and illustrious career. All three of Maurice Sines’ children have found employment through Sines Parks, and son Fred now operates the business from custom-built offices on the site of one of the parks. Today Sines Parks offer beautiful and affordable family holiday and residential homes in several scenic locations in the West Country.

Sines Parks are able to offer a home or holiday home, to suit everyone’s needs. Some of the parks are set slightly further back away from the day to day hustle and bustle of life. Whilst others offer a country walk within the heart of Kent. Offering a perfect retreat. But all still close enough to local amenities.

Pilgrims Retreat had a community board, where local dog groomers can be found along with local hair dressers. To find out more information please visit the website Having a community network on a park, offers a security blanket. There is a strong sense of belonging on the parks. Each park has a site office with park managers available. 24 hour CCTV offers security.

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Fundraising can be difficult at the best of times, there is only so many times someone will give to the same cause. Majority of the funding that Maurice Sines and his co-founder have raised so far are through events. The events which have taken place in different places in the South East include fun days, Christmas dinners, and coffee and cake mornings among others and have largely been successful in fund raising.  As a way of having a continuous stream of funding for their various causes, Brighter Sines will release their 2014 events calendar on their website for the benefit of those who want to participate and help raise funds for the children in the community.


2014 Brighter Sines hope to see even more funding, so that they can dedicate the funds to specific causes. Apart from attending events planned by Brighter Sines, involvement with the charity can be done in a number of ways. The most common avenue is through sending in donations of as little as £1 which can be used to buy a child a teddy. However, larger donations from business as well as the community are encouraged to make a huge difference in the lives of children in hospices and even hospitals. Another way to add value to the great work being done by the charity run by Maurice Sines and James Crickmore is through volunteering. Volunteers go a long way in assisting in the several visits that the founders make to diverse charities in the area. 


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Brighter Sines are charity fundraisers set up in July 2013 . We set up fundraising events from a raffle, to Christmas dinners to a full fun day! All monies raised are distributed at our discretion. We approach charities that we want to help. So we find out firstly if they would like our help to raise some extra cash and of course what they would require.

One of the first charities we were able to help was Alamadas Therapy Animals. ‘This is a very worthy cause’, explained Maurice Sines. ‘ They are able to give enjoyment to terminally ill children and the elderly, nobody more vulnerable than them.’

Brighter Sines were able to donate £500 to go towards a brand new horse truck.



Maurice Sines Presents a View on Jose Mourinho Back at Chelsea

Over the last four years Chelsea FC has experienced its fair share of ups and downs. The club has failed to win the Premier League over the last four years, and there are many fans which attribute this lack of success to Mourinho’s departure from the club in 2007. As a long-time supporter of the Stamford Bridge club, Maurice Sines of Leisure Parks Real Estate is waiting to see just what this able manager can pull out of the bag this season, and whether he can lead this world-renowned team to glory once again.

Maurice SinesWhen Mourinho departed from Chelsea in 2007, he had proven himself as an outstanding manager and granted Chelsea more success than any other manager before or since. His talents as a manager have been by no means limited to this club either; he has managed numerous other high profile clubs including Inter Milan, F.C. Porto and Real Madrid, and has won all of the domestic leagues in four separate European countries.

Mourinho has a vast array of accolades proving his worth as a manager; not least his run of unbeaten home games for all the clubs he managed between 2002 and 2011. The international aspect of football has never been more important to English clubs, and Mourinho has plenty of promising credentials here also, including numerous semi-final appearances and two wins in the Champions League.

Much of the time he spent after managing Chelsea was with Real Madrid. Now 50 years old, Mourinho recently broke the silence and confirmed that he was coming back to Chelsea from Real. He stated that he was returning to Stamford Bridge because he felt that the supporters of Chelsea loved him and that this was important to him. It is always nice to see managers who are truthful over their intentions and decisions, and given his previous record with the club and the club’s recent shaky performance, Chelsea supporters will no doubt be very happy to see him back.

Chelsea’s next season could be the season where the tide turns in Chelsea’s favour. This has been long overdue, with Manchester United with a stranglehold on the Premier League and the rise of other clubs over the last few years favouring from the club’s misfortunes. If there is a manager who can make this happen for Chelsea and its adoring fans like Maurice Sines, it is this most esteemed of football managers.

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At the age of eighteen Maurice Sines entered the real estate industry when he acquired his earliest park. After several years of clever investments he envisioned a real estate empire with a difference; one where the needs of clients came first. Sines Parks Limited was the result of that vision and now, a couple of decades later, Maurice Sines followed in the footsteps of his father to administrate Sines Parks.

Sines Parks offers magnificent yet cost-effective residential and holiday homes that is located in the hub of the Western region of England. Seven luxury home parks offer accommodation that is set in the picturesque surroundings of Norfolk and Somerset. Sines Parks effectively caters to the real estate needs of all their clients. Whether you prefer the select Green Valley Park with its 12 private family homes in Buckinghamshire, or Iford Bridge Park in Bournemouth, hosting 88 residential family homes that overlook the stunning River Stour, you are sure to be a step closer in finding the perfect park home for you and your family.

Maurice Sines states that all seven sites is open to the public throughout the year, offering a selection of luxury residential homes and/or holiday homes, whether it be in season or off-season, bank holidays included. All Sines Parks sites present the vision of a quiet countryside haven, coupled with easily accessible community amenities such as restaurants, shops and local taverns. Furthermore, the streets of all sites are well-lit at night. The front entrances to the parks are also gated, which adds some extra peace of mind in an already secured area.

The availability of homes on offer to the public can be found on the individual web pages of the respective Park Homes. This information is regularly updated by Sines Parks, allowing potential clients to have access to fresh offers on a weekly basis.

Maurice SinesMaurice Sines states that the web page of Sines Parks has been designed to be user-friendly and provides clients with necessary information such as the location of the Park Home sites, the unique surroundings and the various activities that can be found in the immediate vicinity of such Park Home site. The web page also makes provision for clients who wish to enquire about the sites by means of a contact page.

All seven Park Home sites are accessible to wheelchairs; therefore clients with physical disabilities need not feel as if they do not belong at any one of the sites.

Maurice Sines | Need For Speed

The Bugatti Veyron Super Sport version is the fastest production car globally, that is street legal – with a top speed of nearly 268 mph. The first Veyron was delivered to a customer in 2005, and in the same year it won the Best Car Driven All Year awarded by the BBC TV programmes Top Gear.

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It may surprise some people who don’t closely follow the dealings in the motor industry, but the Bugatti Veyron was actually designed and developed by the Volkswagen Group, but is, of course manufactured by Bugatti Automobiles in France; which was incorporated into the Volkswagen Group in 1999.

The Veyron name is in honour of the 1939 24 hour Le Mans race winner Pierre Veyron who won the gruelling race in a Bugatti. Pierre Veyron was also a test driver and development engineer for Bugatti.

The Bugatti Super Sport’s main rival for the title of the world’s fastest car is the Hennessey Venom GT and for a brief while took the world record away from the Bugatti Veyron over a technicality. However, the Bugatti Veyron was reinstated after further investigation. The Hennessey GT can however claim to be the fastest accelerating car in the world, averaging a time of 13.63 seconds to go from 0 – 300 kmh.

Speed fans like Maurice Sines may be interested to know that the Venom GT has a twin turbocharged 7 ltr V8 engine which features a Ball Bearing Turbocharging system. The manufacturers claim that this car can reach a top speed of 272 mph; but whilst testing at a United States Naval Air Station in California, the Venom GT only managed a top speed of 265.7 mph.

2013 will see the introduction of an open-top version of the Venom GT. The Venom GT Spyder was introduced following a request from Steve Tyler, the lead singer with super group Aerosmith, who approached Hennessey to see if an open top version could be made.

Even though the Bugatti Veyron did produce a top speed which was a few miles per hour more than the Hennessey Venom GT, Bugatti speed-limits production vehicles to a ‘modest’ 258 mph, which effectively means that the Hennessey Venom GT is the fastest street legal car available to the public for purchase.

Maurice Sines | Chelsea Football Club’s Greatest Moments

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Avid Chelsea fans like Maurice Sines will know that Chelsea Football Club is no stranger to great on-the-pitch moments. The club was founded all the way back in 1905, and in the 100 years since their conception they have enjoyed one success after another. Based in Fulham, the club has remained consistently at the top level of English football and collected a huge following of dedicated fans along the way.


One of Chelsea’s first prominent successes was when they won the league championship in 1955. The club enjoyed a double celebration as this was also the year of their 50th anniversary. Since then their success has continued. Arguably one of the greatest moments the club has seen was when they won the Champions League trophy on their home ground, beating Bayern Munich in 2012. Not only was this a massive achievement for the club but they were the first London-based club to win this.


Chelsea Football Clubs has managed to secure a significant number of records during their time on the pitch. Chelsea has held onto their English record of highest points total in a league season, the most Premier League wins in a season, the lowest number of goals conceded and the most clean sheets in a Premier League season on the whole. These records were all set during the 2004-2005 season.


Roman Abramovich’s takeover of Chelsea Football Club in 2003 is seen by many Chelsea fans as a turning point in the clubs history. For many, Abramovich transformed the club into a global phenomenon and a force to be reckoned with in European football. The takeover can also be seen as a fortunate turn of events, because rumour has it that Abramovich was originally looking into buying Tottenham before they stopped returning his calls!

Although Chelsea Football Club has seen a great number of victories and successes over the years they show no sign of slowing down. Many fans will have their favourite Chelsea moments no matter how far back their support for the club stretches. With the unwavering support expressed by their fans, there’s no reason why Chelsea can’t continue their trail of success.

Maurice Sines | Sines Parks Empire Founder

At the age of fifty-two, Maurice Sines is now able to look back on his lifetime of achievements with pride. The Sines Parks Empire currently boasts seven separate holiday parks across the luscious green counties of Somerset and Norfolk; today owned and managed by Maurice Sines’ son, Fred Sines. This impressive portfolio began when Maurice Sines purchased his first small holiday park at the tender age of eighteen, after leaving school six years previously with no real qualifications to speak of.

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From the age of twelve Maurice Sines performed all manner of manual labour jobs in order to both support himself and to save money for the future. When he was sixteen Maurice Sines worked for his father in a local nursery, where he developed a love of nature and the countryside. Two years later the ambitious Maurice Sines used his savings to purchase what would become the first in a long line of Sines Parks. Over the next few decades Maurice Sines was able to use his acquired business sense to build up a number of Sines Parks holiday and residential sites, trading in smaller successful enterprises in order to move on to bigger and better things.

As a proud self-made man, Maurice Sines has never asked for or received any financial aid from either the government or any form of social welfare, but has instead invested wisely in order to build up his empire from scratch. As a devoted father of three and with five grandchildren so far, Maurice Sines has remained a family man throughout his long and illustrious career. All three of Maurice Sines’ children have found employment through Sines Parks, and son Fred now operates the business from custom-built offices on the site of one of the parks. Today Sines Parks offer beautiful and affordable family holiday and residential homes in several scenic locations in the West Country.

Porsche 911 – The Ultimate Motoring Icon? | Maurice Sines

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Few cars are as recognisable as the Porsche 911; the distinctive beetle-back styling is unique and remains relatively unchanged from when it was first introduced. Incredibly, that was 50 years ago in 1963. For fast car lovers like Maurice Sines the Porsche 911 is one of the most important models in motoring history – a car that has a massive loyal following and one that has been seen in many different incarnations. Of course, the modern incarnations of the car are very different to the original, but the basic essence remains the same.

The 911 was intended to replace the successful 356 range; much beloved of film stars and a breakthrough in the USA, and did so with style. The rear-engine; unusually air-cooled until the late 20th century – gave the car a reputation for unpredictable handling, but this is disputed by devotees of the car who say it is among the best of the best when it comes to its dynamics. The original model packed a 128bhp flat six engine, and offered impressive performance for the time. This is a far cry from the mighty 3.3litre turbo engines of the 1970’s and 1980’s which changed the way supercars were viewed forever.

911’s have a rich history in motorsport too – in 935 form the car won the Le Mans 24 hours in 1979, as well as many other prestigious successes in racing and rallying. Being such a pedigree adds to the appeal of the car, and vintage models are now highly sought-after and fetch very high prices. Among the most collectable and distinctive are the Carrera RS models from the early 1970’s. These were specially prepared lightweight models with performance enhancements, and are considered by experts to be the most desirable and ultimate 911’s of all.

Porsche is a name that is synonymous with fast cars and the 911 is the model that cemented its reputation as a maker of fine automobiles. No collection can be complete without a 911, and few cars are as instantly recognisable. The silhouette of a 911 Turbo, with its huge, outlandish ‘tea tray’ wing, is one of the most memorable of all; and is perhaps the classic 1970’s supercar shape. For supercar fans such as Maurice Sines the 911 represents a special period in motor manufacturing. The earlier models are the ones that matter while the later ones are more refined, but perhaps not as exciting as those from thirty years ago.