03.11.2016 - General
This summer at Hawthorn Farm we have welcomed all manner of camping vehicles, from the tiny teardrop trailers to some huge Winnebago’s. The ferry strike and Operation Stack (for the delayed lorries throughout Kent) prompted many holidaymakers to arrive early or stay longer, with so much to see and do in our area, no-one was complaining! We look forward to seeing our new found friends again in 2016 as many have promised to return.
The team at Hawthorn Farm have also had the pleasure to welcome a high number of fresh faces taking ownership of holiday homes this year. Our park is renowned for its tranquillity and wildlife so new owners have certainly made the right choice if peace and quiet is on their holiday check list!
We are still greatly involved in our commitment to the David Bellamy Conservation Award scheme and really pleased to announce we have achieved Gold status again for 2015/16. In keeping with this theme we would like to encourage all our holiday home owners to enter the Wild About Gardens Awards in 2016, run by the Kent Wildlife Trust. The competition is open to anyone with a wildlife friendly garden; every participant will be acknowledged and will be helping to ensure we maintain our pledge to conservation on the park. We have some lovely holiday home gardens, so please enter yours next year!
Another asset at Hawthorn Farm continues to be the shop & cafe, offering tasty, home cooked food, including Sunday Roasts; all available to eat in or takeaway! Don’t forget to join in the regular bingo & quiz nights at the cafe too, all held in aid of the Kent Air Ambulance. The cafe will remain open until the end of October, re-opening on 1st March next year.
Thank you all for your support this season and we look forward to welcoming you back again soon!
For more information, contact our Keat Farm team.