New Partnership with local Glamping Site

A new partnership with local Glamping site Home Farm Glamping will help protect wildlife in Hertfordshire and Middlesex and bring glampers closer to wildlife.

Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust has announced a brand-new partnership with Home Farm Glamping, a local glamping site set in 150 acres of stunning fields and woodland just outside London.                 

£3 of every booking made (including all 2020 existing bookings) will be donated to Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust. The partnership will help fund the work that the Trust do in caring for wildlife, whilst helping guests to experience local wildlife and enjoy the surrounding area during their stay.

Located on part of the green belt where Greater London meets Hertfordshire, Home Farm Glamping is situated just north of London, nestled between Elstree and the medieval village of Aldenham. Its aim is to celebrate the best that both town and country has to offer, being only 15 miles from Central London, the site is the first stop for many looking to recharge their batteries.

Home Farm Glamping Aerial

Jess Allen-Back, owner of Home Farm Glamping said, “We’re delighted that the staycation boom has enabled us to give back to those working so hard to protect wildlife and help people connect with nature. Like us, Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust believe that wildlife should be able to thrive alongside our everyday lives. We believe our partnership will create a joint effort to protect the precious land our family have lived on for over 400 years and encourage our guests to get the very best out of their stay.”

Josh Kubale, Communications Manager at Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust, said “We are really pleased that Home Farm Glamping have chosen to support the Trust and we are looking forward to some great wildlife events on site in the future. Guests at Home Farm will be able to explore the wonderful wildlife all around them and will also be helping the Trust to care for wildlife and wild places throughout Hertfordshire and Middlesex.” 

We believe our partnership will create a joint effort to protect the precious land our family have lived on for over 400 years and encourage our guests to get the very best out of their stay.
Jess Allen-Back
Home Farm Glamping

From 1st August 2020, those staying at Home Farm will be able to take advantage of the following activities provided by Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust:

  • Take an Egg Box Scavenger Hunt around the site’s 150-acre estate, collecting natural items of different textures and shapes. 
  • Compile a Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust Nature Diary to log what you discovered during your stay. Local wildlife includes deer, owls, bats, buzzards and a huge variety of bees, beetles, grasshoppers, butterflies and moths.
  • Take part in some of the on-site events led by the Trusts wildlife experts (further details announced on the website soon)
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A stay at Home Farm Glamping costs from £80 per night (sleeping two in one tent). For further information go to www.homefarmglamping.com or follow them on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.