Stonehenge Campsite celebrates David Bellamy’s gold award

Professor David Bellamy awarded Stonehenge Campsite & Glamping Pods in Wiltshire a Gold Award and rates it as a rural place to take a holiday – and awarded it two badges to add to its gold status, it holds onto it Honey Bee badge with the addition of the Woodland Badge.

Set in 5 acres of tranquil countryside, Stonehenge is now a proud holder of the David Bellamy Conservation Gold Award for the 7th Year running which celebrates parks with forward-looking environmental policies. The family-run business provides a selection of glamping units and both Hard-standing and grass pitch facilities for touring caravans, motorhomes and tents.

Over the past years, owner William Grant along with his Managers have planted hundreds of indigenous trees and hedges on the park, creating a natural haven for Hedgehogs, squirrels,
badgers and other wildlife. The park’s carefully managed focus for many different resident and visiting bird species, with bird boxes located throughout the park.

In addition, the team at Stonehenge Campsite have created a wildflower area in the grounds sown with high nectar-bearing blooms which provides valuable foraging resources for honey bees and other pollinators. Stonehenge Campsite has also created Sammy the hedgehog activity sheet for its younger visitors to get involved with searching out birds and Sammy’s home. With prizes on offer at the end of the season.

William Grant said that everyone at the park was delighted at the news of David Bellamy’s
Gold award & Badges:

“We have always tried to manage Stonehenge Campsite along sustainable lines, and that
includes harvesting rainwater for irrigating plants, and stocking locally sourced produce in
our park shop,”

said, William.

“Stonehenge Campsite has long had a special appeal to guests seeking a perfect escape in
a tranquil setting, and it’s also a great place for children to come and learn more about the
natural world. “We’ve always felt very privileged to live and work in such a beautiful part of Wiltshire’s countryside, and have always tried to ensure that the park is a match for these beautiful surroundings,”.

he added.