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Conservation Through Relaxation

Friday 27th April

Conservation Through Relaxation

It almost sounds too good to be true! is inviting people to take a break and explore historic Nottingham whilst contributing to the important conservation work carried out by Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust.

Relaxation, spending time with loved ones and just getting away from it all are reasons to escape from everyday life. The decision to book a holiday can sometimes be tough; however, knowing contributions are being made towards the amazing work done by your local Wildlife Trust by simply being on holiday is surely enough to persuade anyone.

By booking through - Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust’s newest Wildlife Guardian corporate supporters - contributions are made to the work carried out by the Trust. Sit back and put your feet up, or if you’d prefer, take advantage of the Ancient Sherwood cycle route, knowing that you are helping the trust to carry out vital work conserving our natural heritage.

Hannah Jury, Content Marketing Executive of Travel Chapter, owners of stated, “As a provider of holidays across the UK, we understand the importance of natural landscapes and wildlife – it’s one of the many reasons why staycations are so popular. We’re delighted to be working with Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust to help ensure Nottinghamshire remains a wonderful place to visit, as well as a great place to live for wildlife too. With our help, we hope the Trust can continue to carry out their amazing work to protect and preserve the region’s landscapes and wildlife.”

Holly McCain, Senior Development Officer at Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust commented: “We are thrilled to have on board as a corporate supporter and we are overjoyed that they too appreciate how Nottinghamshire can be both a vibrant tourist destination and a haven for wildlife. By working together we can showcase Nottingham’s natural beauty whilst conserving wildlife for future generations.”

Destinations include cottages within the picturesque setting of Beauvale Priory, which has been recognised as a scheduled ancient monument -meaning it is a site of national importance.  Explore historic Nottingham by visiting this former Carthusian monastery, or get closer to nature and see how many species there are within the rich woodlands. Nottinghamshire is a great destination with activities to suit all ages, with some properties allowing guests to bring dogs.

For more information on available properties to book visit

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