Caravan Club to host summer parties for The Prince’s Countryside Fund
Holidaymakers staying at Caravan Club sites this coming weekend (25 and 26 July 2015) can show their support for The Prince’s Countryside Fund by joining in with tea parties, quizzes and treasure hunts.
As part of National Countryside Week, those staying at rural Caravan Club sites across the UK can get involved in the outdoor fun whilst raising money for The Prince’s Countryside Fund. The charity is led by HRH The Prince of Wales and works with local projects and communities to promote the British countryside, supports farming and educates people about the value of the countryside.
Nick Lomas, director general, Caravan Club comments:
“We are pleased to be able to support such a worthwhile cause that protects and promotes what the UK countryside has to offer for staycationers. Our sites are located in beautiful settings across the country and we are all set for a host of summer parties to raise money for this worthwhile cause, whilst encouraging members to get outdoors and make the most of the natural surroundings.”
All donations made over the weekend will go to The Prince’s Countryside Fund to further its efforts of ensuring everyone is able to enjoy the countryside and spend time in the great outdoors now and for decades to come.
Caravan Club membership is just £46 per person per year and provides members with access to over 200 Club sites and 2,500 privately owned places to stay in the UK. It also offers a choice of over 230 sites across Europe including France, Spain and Germany amongst other destinations. All members can take advantage of expert advice, overseas travel services, insurance services and exclusive member offers and discounts.
National Countryside Week will take place from 20 – 26 July 2015.
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External Communications and Sponsorship Manager
The Caravan Club
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Notes to editor
Champions of the great outdoors, The Caravan Club represents the interests of over one million caravanners, motorhomers and trailer tent owners across the UK.
The Prince’s Countryside Fund
The Prince’s Countryside Fund supports people who care for the countryside. The charity is led by HRH The Prince of Wales and provides grants to improve rural areas, supports farming and educates people about the value of the countryside.
To find out more about The Prince’s Countryside Fund and the work it does, please visit the PCF website princescountrysidefund.org.uk.