Life has changed dramatically for Elliot Berry since moving to live and work at Open Arms Village in Eldoret, Kenya last February. At 21 years old, Elliot became ‘Dad’ to eleven boys, rescued from desperate social conditions. Back in UK recently to catch up with family and friends, Elliot confesses to missing the constant noise level of a house full of lively, healthy, boisterous youth back at the village. Continue reading “Open Arms: Adjusting to Family Life in the Village”
As a family company we really enjoy being in business. It also gives us a long term view to invest in the future and build a sustainable business. Unfortunately Shirley the Sheep is not an investment we are making; it was a light hearted and I hope we got ewe!
Although we aren’t making investments in Eco Sheep we are investing in new for Low Wood Bay and our other fantastic venues. The biomass boiler at The Wild Boar is keeping the inn toasty warm whilst reducing our carbon footprint, so much so we are looking at a further two biomass boilers across the group. Continue reading “Energy Four Ewe – The fun of April 1st”
We are planning a special summer garden party for 60 community champions in Cumbria and North Lancashire, and would like our local community to get involved.
Broadcaster Eric Robson will host the event at Low Wood Bay on the shores of Windermere to celebrate our 60th anniversary.
Anyone can nominate someone they feel deserves special recognition for the work they do in the local community.
The community champions could be carers, volunteers in local hospitals, those who give up their time to run local youth groups or people who help protect the environment. They may be people who raise vital funds for local charities or who help organise key community events. Continue reading “Our search for community champions continues”
We are marking our 60th anniversary by launching a search to find Cumbria and North Lancashire’s community heroes. We want people from across the region to nominate anyone they feel deserves special recognition for the work they do in the local community.
2012 is a landmark year for us and we want to celebrate our big day with some of the unsung heroes who help to make this region so special. They are the people who make Cumbria and North Lancashire a better place to live, work and visit. Continue reading “A Grand Garden Party to Toast Community Champions”
Written by Maria Walker, Reservations Manager at English Lakes Support Office who tells us what it is like travelling to the office each day in the heart of the Lake District. Continue reading “I love where I live and work”
Last week we announced plans for a sustainable world-class convention centre at Low Wood Bay in the heart of the Lake District.