Helping to build a sustainable future And support our local communities

Corporate Social Responsibility

Playing our part in helping to build a sustainable future

As a leading local business, we are committed to ethical and sustainable business practices. This means we take account of our social, economic and environmental impact.

Corporate social responsibility is good for the planet, our employees, customers and local communities. We are proud to continually invest in exploring and adopting innovative sustainable practices with a focus on sustainability across the company.

Here at Shorefield Holidays, we're committed to developing a culture of sustainability that also delivers economic benefits. We focus our activities on the following areas:

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  • The environment & our impact on it
  • Community, volunteering and fundraising
  • People, human resources, health and well-being
  • Procurement, finance and purchasing
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How we are delivering

Our efforts to reduce our impact on the environment and our shared values as an organisation and how we support our staff and communities.

Charity & Fundraising

Charity & Fundraising

As a family-run business, charity is at the heart of what we do.

We are proud to be able to help a range of fantastic local charities but we also believe that you can have fun whilst raising money too, which is why you'll regularly find us hosting cake sales or quiz nights to help raise money for these incredible causes. We also provide our employees with a day of paid leave each year for charitable or volunteer work.

Our chosen charity for this year is Naomi House & Jacksplace children's hospice, who provide expert care to children with life threatening illnesses, however we also work with a range of local charities. Just some of our efforts include:

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  • Dress-down days for Oakhaven Hospice
  • Coffee mornings & cake sales for Macmillan Cancer Support
  • Annual Charity Quiz Nights
  • 'Pennies From Heaven' for Macmillan Cancer Support
  • Annual summer charity 'Family Fun Day' for Naomi House & Jacksplace
  • A day paid leave each year for our employees to spend on charitable or volunteer work
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Staff can 'dress down' once a month to raise money for Oakhaven Hospice


We always participate in the World's Biggest Coffee Morning for Macmillan Cancer Support


Our annual Charity Quiz Night is great fun, with half the money donated to the winning team's chosen charity and half to Naomi House & Jacksplace



We are focused on improving our energy efficiency, managing our wastage responsibly and reducing our carbon footprint.

We look to minimise our environmental impact wherever we can and are committed to minimising waste, implementing good environmental practices and looking to prevent unnecessary pollution.

We're committed to conducting our activities and operations in line with current legislation and best environmental practice, seeking continual improvement and innovation within all our business activities. We've replaced a range of our company vehicles with electric versions, rather than diesel, as well as having received recognition for our commitment to conservation. Just some of our environmental efforts include:

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  • 23% of all park waste is recycled
  • Reduced plastic usage and plastic-free initiatives across our parks (yes, we've banned plastic straws!)
  • Biomass boiler used to heat our indoor swimming pool
  • Electric vehicles and charging points across our parks
  • Speed restricted and tracked company vehicles
  • GOLD accreditation in the David Bellamy Conservation Award Scheme
  • Over 230 tonnes of glass recycled each year
  • Commitment to delivering paperless offices
  • Plus we organise local beach cleans
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Our parks' fleet features zero emission vehicles


Shorefield Country Park is accredited with a GOLD David Bellamy Conservation Award


Did you know? We're also a honey bee friendly park

Local Community

Local Community

We're championing partnerships in our local community.

From providing support to local disadvantaged communities to organising projects within our local community, we're always looking for ways to help.

  • Paid leave for staff to undertake volunteer work
  • Local beach clean projects
  • Partnerships to support local charities

Annual beach clean projects organised by our staff


Exclusive group visits for local communities and charities


We welcomed young individuals from Awesome Nights to try out our Go Active activities

Investors In People
Committed to developing the skills of our team members
Bee Friendly Parks
Dedicated to preserving Britain's bees and their habitats
Wildflower Habitat Badge
Focused on enhancing our parks wildflower areas
Conservation Award Scheme
Gold at the 'Green Olympics' for holiday parks and campsites