Posted on 25th April 2017
Guests at one of Verdant Leisure’s parks based in the North of England have generously raised £488 for the Northumberland Wildlife Trust.
Guests are asked to make a donation to the local wildlife trust upon booking their holiday to help protect the stunning Northumberland wildlife. Guests at Riverside Leisure Park raised over £488 in the last 12 months which will be presented to the charity.
Verdant Leisure’s Marketing Manager, Stacey Gibson, said: “We would like to say a huge thank you to all our guests who have kindly donated to the Northumberland Wildlife Trust. Our parks are set in the heart of the region’s stunning countryside so we often receive visits from wildlife enthusiasts and the wildlife itself! It is great that we can contribute to protecting the wildlife for future generations.”
Verdant Leisure, a bespoke holiday park operator with seven 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.
Northumberland Wildlife Trust was founded in 1971 to protect wildlife and promote nature conservation within Newcastle, North Tyneside and Northumberland. The charity manages over 60 nature reserves and works with local authorities to identify and care for other sites of conservation importance.
Verdant Leisure Limited, 10 Mannin Way, Caton Road, Lancaster, LA1 3SW