Meadow Flowers

Meadow Flowers

 

We planted our wildflower meadow a few years ago, not only a beautiful area for the summer flowers, but it creates a cornucopia for the local wildlife, bolstering the surrounding countryside.

This patch of native wildflowers and meadow grasses provides habitat for pollinators including bees, birds, and other wildlife.

 


Just returned from a three night break. Campsite was surprisingly empty, possibly due to poor weather recently. Couldn't fault site in any way. Staff friendly without being overpowering, not too many rules and regs, large, well cared for pitches. Showers immaculate and warm. Fishing lake well stocked ( too many tiddlers for my liking).

Visited Grampus PH at Lee on Friday night, which was entertaining. Walked to Bennetts Mouth via dog field and returned via Mortehoe - superb in the Spring sunshine. Cream tea at Sandleigh Croyde excellent. Thought Ilfracombe very tired and scruffy - sad, as I spent many happy times there as a child. Looking forward to returning to Warcombe already.

Mr Jones

We came the 1st week of the school holiday's 2006. This was our 1st year staying at a new camp site. We have been to coming to Woolacombe for nearly 25 years as children and now as parents. The camp site was excellent, very clean with fantastic amenities. The weather was hot and we are hoping to have the same weather this summer please!!!!!!!

Tracey Attwood