A woman was found to be more than three and a half times the drink drive limit when she crashed her car at a holiday camp.

Kerry Morrison, 43, was banned from driving for three years when she appeared in court.

North East Wales Magistrates’ Court at Mold was told that Morrison, of Cook Road in Leasowe on The Wirral, blew an alcohol reading of 129 microgrammes compared to the legal limit of 35.

District Judge Gwyn Jones said that he took into account that she had a previous conviction for attempting to drive with excess alcohol.

He imposed a 14 week prison sentence but said it would be suspended for a year.

She was placed on a 14 week tagged curfew and she was ordered to pay £115 costs and a £85 surcharge.

The judge told her that he had taken into consideration that she cared for two sons and had decided not to deprive her of her liberty.

Morrison had reversed a Mazda into another vehicle on the Talacre Beach Caravan Park on September 16.

Bethan Jones, defending, stressed that she had only driven a very short distance – the length and width of one caravan.