New inspiration for parks taking part in the David Bellamy awards scheme

For more than 20 years, the David Bellamy Conservation Award scheme has been helping parks to adopt new initiatives to protect the natural world. In a regular series of articles, scheme co-ordinator and BH&HPA wildlife adviser Rufus Bellamy highlights the latest measures providing real gains for both the environment and for holidaymakers. Click any of the items below to read more…

Natterjack numbers are jumping thanks to habitat help from park. June 2018
New pond is a boon for wildlife and watchers at Norfolk park. June 2018
Buzz of excitement as holiday park’s new guests fly in. May 2018
Life is sweet for honey bees on these holiday parks. May 2018
North Wales park protects important dune system. May 2018
Welsh parks lead the way on renewable energy. May 2018
Lakeland park shows habitat creation gains from hedge planting. April 2018
Park’s local community engagement promotes wellbeing. April 2018
Welsh park reaps benefits of working with nature reserve. April 2018
Peak District park’s pub raises a glass to sustainability. April 2018
Add an activity for an even more memorable stay for guests. March 2018
How a Windermere holiday park is waging war on plastic waste. March 2018