Kingfisher Caravan Park scoops prestigious Award once again

November 29, 2018

EAST Lindsey District Council's Kingfisher Caravan Park has been awarded the Gold David Bellamy Conservation Award, for a sixth consecutive year.

The Award is one of the longest running green tourism awards in the UK and champions holiday parks that are working to protect and enhance Britain's natural environment.

The Park, which is located on Sea Lane, Ingoldmells, has been regularly assessed by the scheme's team of local wildlife experts looking at the steps the Park was taking to manage their land as a haven for wildlife, reduce their use of energy, water and other resources, reduce, reuse and recycle the waste they produce and support their local communities.

The Park team have worked hard on these areas and earned particular praise for their efforts in creating a wildflower area, which also earned the Park a Wildflower Habitat Badge, and the team have been encouraged to look at ways to expand the area.

Park manager, Pat Pollard, said: "The team here at Kingfisher Caravan Park are delighted to have once again secured the Gold David Bellamy Conservation Award. We take great pride in the work we do and to be recognised year after year with this award is fantastic and helps to give the Park recognition across the Country."

Portfolio Holder for Finance, Councillor Richard Fry, added: "We've got a wonderfully hard working team at Kingfisher Caravan Park. This award is an excellent recognition of the efforts they put in to running the Park and ensuring it remains a fantastic example of an environmentally friendly caravan park."