I was lucky enough to be at Devon Cliffs when our new TV advert was being filmed, here’s a little look behind the scenes.
If you’re lucky enough to have a birthday whilst you’re at Haven, make sure you let our FunStars know about it! We love to make a fuss — as Jack Ashford, our blogging friend — will tell you! “On the 11th of October, after school, we left to go to my Nan and Grandad’s caravan at Devon Cliffs for my birthday. Little did I know that it was going to be the best birthday I will ever have! When we arrived at the caravan there was a package on the table with Seaside Squad wrapping paper and when I opened it, it was full of character goodies! Not long after that my mum was saying we had to leave for the club (usually she doesn’t want to go and just wants to stay in the caravan) but I didn’t think anything of it.
Yet again, Brian O’Brien and the fantastic team at Devon Cliffs have been hitting headlines about their fantastic sustainable work for Haven!
This time, Devon Cliffs, alongside Quay West and Presthaven holiday parks, have been awarded a Special Distinction Award from David Bellamy for their over and above work on their parks.
Quay West were rewarded for their woodland walk and Presthaven for their work with the local community to preserve the nearby dune system. And Devon Cliffs…. well we’ll let you read the article from BH&HPA yourselves!
It’s getting to the end of the summer holidays, the sun is waving its final rays of light and we are all looking for some way to fill the weekends until Christmas! Why not visit Devon Cliffs, Exmouth for the weekend of the 14th and 15th Sept as they have a fun, interactive weekend planned around the ‘Crabstock’ event. If you’ve ever visited the park, they are big on sustainability. Their South Beach Café, stocks locally sourced produce, and the park has an on park ranger who does everything from making wigwams with the kids to making a musical garden out of old caravan parts! ‘Crabstock’ is a festival to show off the great shellfish that the UK has to offer — there will be cooking demos and lots of new things to try — and if that isn’t enough, there will be family beach activities (sand sculpturing, rock pooling etc.), live local bands and demonstations by local air and boat rescue organisations.