We believe that all of us have a responsibility to care for and protect our planet. That’s why we partnered with Play It Green to improve our sustainability practices and have a more positive impact on the world.
Use of solar energy, making us self sufficient, and push a "turn off" policy onsite.
Our team receives regular sustainability tips, discounts and education to strengthen our net zero culture.
Our restaurants and holiday homes use a full cutlery service and no single use plastic.
Rubbish from our guests is transformed into greener fuels, by way of waste gasification. We also love using products that are fully recyclable.
We aim to plant 151 trees each month to repair the planet and more than balance the carbon footprint for each team members personal lives and all of their work-related travel.
The trees are planted in Madagascar by the Eden Reforestation Project, helping to restore some of the world’s most vital ecosystems.
Visit Our Forest Garden here.
Our holiday parks have an extensive range of trees, plants and shrubbery to encourage new life, biodiversity and fit in with local surroundings.
We are starting to transition our vehicle fleet from diesel to electric – So you will see scooters and bikes around the park, but you might not hear them.
We are giving 10% to our chosen good cause WE ARE SEA SHEPHERD UK. The mission of Sea Shepherd UK is to Defend, Conserve, and Protect ocean wildlife and habitats.
Sea Shepherd UK is a registered marine conservation charity with ongoing cetacean and marine debris campaigns in the UK, Faroe Islands and Iceland, while also managing GhostNet recovery operations in many more countries.
Sea Shepherd UK investigates illegal operations, exposes cruelty, and documents the unnecessary exploitation of marine wildlife – and when necessary engages in direct action and innovative legal challenges to help save our oceans. You can find out more about how this works here.
When booking all customers have the opportunity to ensure their staycation has even more of an environmental and social impact by planting trees to rebalance the carbon footprint of their journey and contribute vital funds to our listed charity.
Our team receives regular sustainability tips, a discount on related products, and other educational articles to help them reduce their footprint, create behaviours change and strengthen the company net-zero culture.
By working with Play It Green and having Climate Positive Bookings, we are directly supporting 11 of the 17 UN SDGs.
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Dawlish Warren Life Saving club put a plea on Facebook on the 5<sup>th</sup> of April this year for funds to help the club after seeing their fundraising efforts suffer due to covid over the past two years, Dawlish Life Saving Club posted that they faced an uncertain future, Lady’s Mile Holiday Park and Oakcliff Holiday park owner Jason Jeffery contacted the club’s secretary and offered to help and secure the club’s future with a rolling 2-year funding agreement.
Dawlish Warren lifesaving club have been training beach lifeguards, first aiders, and children from age 7 at the Warren for over 55 years. During the summer season and busy bank holidays they provide a voluntary lifeguarding service both independently and alongside the RNLI. As well as suppling lifeguard cover for numerous open water swimming events, Triathlons and even music festivals all over the country.
Jason Jeffery owner of both Lady’s Mile Holiday Park and Oakcliff Holiday park said “we appreciate all the hard work the committee and the members do to keep the beach safe for our guests and local residents over the summer. We are proud to sponsor the club who are keeping our community safe.
Club Chairman Gareth Jones said “Our club is thrilled with our new sponsors, their community values reflect our own and have enabled us to invest in vital lifesaving equipment to help train new lifeguards and save lives on our beautiful beach and the local area.”