Posted on 31st January 2017
Staff and holiday home owners at Verdant Leisure’s Heather View and Kingfisher Holiday Parks in County Durham raised £601.50 for Teesdale and Weardale Search and Mountain Rescue Team. Staff and Holiday Home Owners from both parks took part in a six mile overnight expedition around the Durham Dales.
Heather View security warden, Paul Green, planned the route, organised transportation and recruited staff and owners to take part in the charity walk. The group of nine began their journey four miles north of Middleton at Huddeshope Valley and followed their planned route to reach the valley of Great Eggleshope for a challenging crossing of the stream. After reaching their final destination at Harnisha Hill, the group settled down for the evening.
Speaking of the charity exhibition, Paul said: “The group had an absolutely brilliant time raising money for the Teesdale and Weardale Search and Mountain Rescue Team. We are planning another walk in the Spring and can’t wait!”
Verdant Leisure, a bespoke holiday park operator with six holiday parks in Scotland and the north of England is investing over £2.7 million in its portfolio for 2017. The company, established in 2010, has grown steadily and is now a key player in the industry.
Verdant Leisure Limited, 10 Mannin Way, Caton Road, Lancaster, LA1 3SW