Pitch in for Nature

You’ll be amazed by the variety of nature sitting right outside your door when you stay on our Club sites – from birds to beautiful flowers, there’s plenty to excite the wildlife-lovers among you.

What’s the Pitch in for Nature project all about?

The Pitch in for Nature project is all about creating homely environments for different types of nature and wildlife on site. Volunteers and Wardens act as ‘biodiversity champions’, leaving areas of unmown grass or planting certain flowers are some of the things they do to encourage nature to flourish.

We’ve got a team of 14 Pitch in for Nature champions across 12 sites so far and this number is growing all the time.

What do our Pitch in for Nature champions do?

  • Find areas where nature and wildlife can flourish
  • Encourage the growth and development of nature and wildlife on site
  • Engage with visitors about the nature that can be spotted around the site
  • Write stories about their findings and post them and photos on Club Together

The champions are passionate about nature and wildlife and are keen to promote biodiversity and share their enthusiasm and knowledge with visitors.

Club Together

Sign up to Club Together, our online community, to take part in wildlife discussions! You can also post your stories about your close encounters with nature on our sites.

Pitch in for Nature Club sites

 Our Pitch in for Nature Champions can be found at the Club sites listed below.

  • Altnaharra (Highland)
  • Ayr Craigie Gardens (South Ayrshire)
  • Broomfield Farm (East Sussex)
  • Clumber Park (Nottinghamshire)
  • Coed-y-Llwyn (Wales)
  • Gwern-y-Bwlch (Wales)
  • Hunter's Moon (Dorset)
  • Lower Wensleydale (North Yorkshire)
  • North Yorkshire Moors (Yorkshire)
  • Ramslade (Devon)
  • Sutton on Sea (Lincolnshire)
  • Tewkesbury Abbey (Gloucester)

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