Tag: Green holidays
A new online guide designed to help people enjoy holidays that have a low impact on the environment has been created by Green holidays website Greentraveller.co.uk and the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) Partnership.
Robert Hersey, owner of Wild Northumbrian, writes about the development of his green holiday centre which is due to open in March 2012. It is home to yurts and tipis, and offers courses, workshops and events.
An energy saving project in Northumberland has been given almost £50,000 in order to fund an energy saving project. The project is called the Holy Island Energy Saving Project and will help people who live on the Island and visitors be Greener in their approach to life.
Business owner Robert Hersey introduces his new business that he and his wife a developing – Wild Northumbrian. It is a Green holiday centre with a focus on care of for the environment and living in harmony with the earth. It is located in Tarset in Northumberland National Park.
A Northumberland sustainable tourism group is being developed by Karen and Tom Hall of Hunting Hall, Lowick, Lesley Andrews, the Beangoose, Holy Island, and David Harris-Jones, a business consultant. The group hopes to gather like-minded people and see how sustainable and green initiatives can take off in Northumberland.