Big Bunny Hop Prizes

Thank you to all the lovely Green tourism members that have sponsored Big Bunny Hop prizes.

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Birdworld, Surrey (image credit Colin McKenzie)

Birdworld, Surrey (image credit Colin McKenzie)

Green Tourism Gold Award

A family ticket for a fantastic day out for two adults and two children giving admission to the bird park and gardens, Underwater World and the Jenny Wren Farm.

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WINNER:

Jenny Kallin, London

Birdworld is a great day out for all ages. Set in 26 acres of landscaped gardens, the bird collection is one of the largest in the UK and includes many endangered and conservation species.

For younger visitors, the ‘Jenny Wren Farm’ is always popular and a day at Birdworld is never complete without a tour around the aquarium, ‘Underwater World’. For a small donation, children can join in with the ‘Conservation Trail’. Not only does this help directly with the current fundraising project but is also a chance of winning a family membership for a whole year.

There is lots of seating and picnic areas around the park or alternatively you can enjoy a meal in the restaurant. Menus include healthy options, organic and fair trade choices.

Farmer Palmers Farm Park, Dorset

Farmer Palmer’s Farm Park, Dorset

Green Tourism Gold Award

Two family tickets for a fun-filled day out at Farmer Palmer’s Farm Park (two adults and two children) 

This prize is available twice during the giveaway!

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WINNERS:

Sian Buckingham, Staffordshire

Stephanie Green, Hampshire

Susanne Milward, Berkshire Rachel Dixon, Berkshire

 

Dorset’s Favourite Family Day Out!

Play and entertainment begins at 10am, an ideal family day out! You’ll get close to all sorts of farm animals, learn about them and have fun doing it. Dorset’s favourite attraction has a full daily timetable of events which is constantly changing, giving hands-on experiences for the children, all in a safe and welcoming environment.

Whatever the weather, Farmer Palmer’s near Poole has stacks of indoor and outdoor play areas with lots of exciting activities. Watch the kids run, slide, climb and bounce as they explore the farm park.

Hever Castle and Gardens, Kent

Hever Castle and Gardens, Kent

Green Tourism Silver Award

Family entry ticket for up to six people to visit beautiful Hever Castle and Gardens and a £40 voucher to enjoy some delicious food at the restaurant. 

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WINNER:

Amanda Mattingley,

West Sussex

Experience 700 years of history at the romantic double-moated castle, once the childhood home of Anne Boleyn. The splendid rooms contain fine furniture, tapestries, antiques, an important collection of Tudor paintings and two prayer books inscribed and signed by Anne Boleyn herself.

Discover magnificent award-winning gardens set in 125 acres of glorious grounds. No matter what time of year you visit, you are guaranteed a breathtaking display.

Children can let off steam in the adventure playground, while visitors of all ages enjoy the challenge of finding their way through the Water Maze and the 100-year-old Yew Maze. There’s a fascinating collection of miniature model houses, a boating lake and a warm welcome awaiting you in the shops and restaurants.

Use by 20 December 2017.
Leonardo Hotel London Heathrow Airport

Leonardo Hotel London Heathrow Airport, London

Green Tourism Bronze Award

Enjoy a delicious three-course a la carte meal for two adults and two children in Leonardo Hotel’s restaurant which features modern British dishes.

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WINNER:

Josie Bicknell, Surrey

The hotel is conveniently located, just a five-minute drive to Terminals 1, 2 and 3, only 15 minutes from Terminal 5 and 20 minutes from Terminal 4, by bus or taxi. Only a two-minute drive from the M4 motor way, the hotel offers on-site underground parking (at a surcharge) and if you are interested in exploring the area, the Heathrow Express, just minutes away, connects you with London’s attractions.

Feel at home in one of our spacious, air-conditioned rooms which boast soundproof windows, black-out curtains and high-speed internet access. Treat yourself to a delicious dinner at our restaurant or enjoy an energising breakfast or lunch in a friendly setting. The cosy bar invites guests to relax or sip an exotic cocktail.

No drinks included, children up to the age of twelve years, no room service, three course consists of a starter, main dish and dessert.
Pennywell Farm, Devon

Pennywell Farm, Devon

Green Tourism Gold Award

Treat your family with a day ticket for two adults and two children for Pennywell Farm, Devon’s friendliest day out!

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WINNER:

Becky Cornes, Derbyshire

Enjoy a full day of family fun and animal action at Pennywell Farm. With a different activity, show or display every half hour, hundreds of friendly animals and four FREE rides, you won’t waste a single minute.

Bottle feed baby animals, race ferrets, meet hedgehogs, explore ponds and enjoy fantastic entertainers every day during the Devon school holidays. You can even cuddle one of the world-famous Pennywell miniature piglets or groom and pamper our very sociable pint-sized ponies.

Pennywell Pig Racing every day at 2:30 is a must – we guarantee you won’t have experienced anything quite like it!

Rabbie's Small Group Tours

Rabbie’s Small Group Tours

Green Tourism Gold Award

Get off the beaten track with a Rabbie’s small group day tour for two adults and two children.

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WINNER:

Gail Mullard, Edinburgh

Established in 1993 and named after Scotland’s best-loved poet Robert Burns, Rabbie’s offers the largest multi-award winning programme of guaranteed departure, small group tours around the UK and Ireland. Departing from Edinburgh, London, Glasgow and Dublin, our tours range from one-day tours to 17-day travelling extravaganzas.

Small groups mean you can discover the real country, get off the beaten track and onto the back roads where other tours cannot go. We promise we’ll get customers closer to the people, places, history and legends of our country, delivering unique, authentic and memorable experiences to last a lifetime.

Touring with no more than 16 passengers gives you more. More personal attention, more time with the locals, more time off the bus, more time on the back-roads and just more of an all-round memorable experience.

Valid 17 April 2017 – 17 April 2018 excluding July, Aug & public holiday weekends.
Scottish Crannog Centre, Perthshire

Scottish Crannog Centre, Perthshire

Green Tourism Gold Award

Have a unique day out with free entry for a family of four at the Scottish Crannog Centre plus a small surprise gift!

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WINNER:

Trevor Aldridge, Fife

Experience Iron Age Life on the Loch.

The Scottish Crannog Centre features a unique reconstruction of an early Iron Age loch dwelling, built by the Scottish Trust for Underwater Archaeology. This authentic recreation is based on excavation evidence from the 2,500-year-old site of Oakbank Crannog, one of the 18 crannogs preserved in Loch Tay, Scotland.

A visit to the Centre takes you back 2,500 years in time: your tour starts in the exhibition area, from where a costumed guide will take you out onto the Crannog, tell you about the underwater archaeological finds and explain the reconstruction of the Crannog together with the way people lived in these amazing loch dwellings.

You will then be brought back on-shore where your guide will demonstrate ancient crafts and technologies including wood-turning and making fire, following which you can have a go yourself!

Not valid for special events.
Telford Hotel and Golf Resort - QHotels, Shropshire

Telford Hotel and Golf Resort – QHotels, Shropshire

Green Tourism Gold Award

Indulge in a night away, staying in a family room at Telford Hotel and Golf Resort.

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WINNER:

Nikki Fields, Essex

As hotels in Shropshire go, it doesn’t get much better than the Telford Hotel & Golf Resort – from the stunning views across the Shropshire countryside and the famous Ironbridge to the hotel’s fabulous four-star facilities.  Whether you are looking for a conference hotel, somewhere to enjoy a leisure, spa or golf break, Telford hotel has it all.

One of the first things you’ll notice on arriving at the hotel is the space. With 170 acres, there is ample space for team-building activities, drinks receptions and of course a round or two of golf! And this sense of space continues into the hotel. The 114 bedrooms are large, warm and welcoming. The restaurant offers a light and contemporary atmosphere with panoramic views towards the Ironbridge Gorge.

Bowhill Country House and Gardens

Bowhill Country House and Gardens, Selkirk

Green Tourism Gold Award

Fantastic family season pass for Bowhill House & Country Estate plus a 25% off voucher for the shop and/or the tearoom.

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WINNER:

Victoria Norris, Edinburgh

The Scottish Borders home of the Duke of Buccleuch displays an outstanding art collection, with works by Canaletto, Claude, Raeburn, Reynolds, Gainsborough and Ruysdael. Its fine rooms display tapestries, superb French furniture, Sevres and Meissen china and silver.

Meanwhile, Bowhill’s magnificent woodlands offer a variety of peaceful walks for people of all ages and abilities, from those wanting a gentle stroll to those seeking a more strenuous challenge. And if walking is not enough, visitors can always try the recently upgraded adventure playground – a firm favourite with children of all ages. During the summer months, the Bowhill ranger service also offers a series of fun activities for children and families, from den building to wildlife monitoring. The estate have also introduced Land Rover tours of the beautiful estate, these are available all year round.

Elsewhere, the Courtyard, housed within a number of attractive buildings, has a range of interesting things to see and do. From the Victorian kitchen to courtyard games, gift shop and Minstrel Tearoom, plus Nutty the Squirrel-themed soft play for little ones, there is something here for everyone to enjoy.

Only valid once.
chewton glen cookery school

The Kitchen Cookery School at Chewton Glen Hotel, Hampshire

Green Tourism Gold Award

Enjoy a delicious family meal for four within The Kitchen, a brand new cookery school at Chewton Glen Hotel.

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WINNER:

Katy Blanchard, Slough

This purpose-built space sets the stage for enjoying and learning about food and cooking.

The design is open plan; bi-folding doors and glass paneling flood the rooms with light. Surrounding the building are raised beds and a greenhouse where herbs and vegetables are grown year-round to supply The Kitchen.

The Kitchen is a feast for the senses. On any day you’ll find guests and visitors gathering for informal lunches or taking a cookery class, gardeners selecting fresh ingredients or chefs developing this season’s menu.

 

Prize valid up to £100. Excluding Sundays.
Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust, Shropshire

Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust, Shropshire

Green Tourism Gold Award

Two family tickets to all ten of the Ironbridge Gorge Museums in this uniquely famous World Heritage site.

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WINNERS:

Fiona Stanier, Derbyshire Mike Crowson, Shropshire

Jeremy Shaw,

Nottinghamshire

Whether you are interested in fine china, decorative tiles, fun interactives or exploring a recreated Victorian town, you’ll find it all in this World Heritage Site.

There are ten award-winning museums spread along the valley beside the wild River Severn. See the products that set industry on its path and the machines that made them. Watch and talk to the museums’ craftsmen and costumed demonstrators.

National Marine Aquarium

National Marine Aquarium, Devon

Green Tourism Gold Award

Discover an underwater world with a family ticket to the National Marine Aquarium and celebrate their “Sea the Difference Easter Holiday”.

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WINNER:

Charlotte Boyle, County Durham

The National Marine Aquarium was the first aquarium in the United Kingdom to be set up solely for the purposes of education, conservation and research. It remains Britain’s foremost aquarium with stunning exhibits and a reputation for excellence in education.

As a charity, every penny helps us to continue to operate, to fund our innovative learning programme, to participate in international conservation efforts and to support vital research, helping us to succeed in our mission: “To excite, inspire and educate everyone about our Seas and Oceans and to protect the Marine Environment for future generations.”

NMA standard ticket conditions apply.
National Trust - Mount Stewart

National Trust – Mount Stewart, County Down

Green Tourism Gold Award

Win a family pass for two adults and up to three children. 

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WINNER:

Mary Hutton, County Londonderry

Mount Stewart is one of the most inspiring and unusual gardens in the National Trust’s ownership.

The garden reflects a rich tapestry of design and great planting artistry that was the hallmark of Edith, Lady Londonderry. The mild climate of Strangford Lough allows astonishing levels of planting experimentation. The formal areas exude a strong Mediterranean feel and resemble an Italian villa landscape; the wooded areas support a range of plants from all corners of the world, ensuring something to see whatever the season.

Mount Stewart House

The house has now re-opened after a three-year-long restoration project. We’ve brought back the elegance and charm of the house when it was home of the 7th Marchioness Edith, Lady Londonderry and her family in the early 20th century and we look forward to welcoming you to enjoy in all its splendour.

There are lots of things for families with kids to see and do at Mount Stewart. Choose from our huge list of outdoor activities and continue your adventure at home with our craft sheets and quiz.

Ticket is not transferable. Valid during normal opening times and excluding events days.
 

Edinburgh Zoo

RZSS Edinburgh Zoo

Green Tourism Awaiting Grading Award

Get up close to over 1,000 rare and endangered animals at Edinburgh Zoo with a family ticket for two adults and two children.

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WINNER:

Sarah Mackay,

Inverness-shire

For a great day out, you can’t beat Edinburgh Zoo. Our world-class attractions and our extensive animal collection will provide you and your family with memories to last a lifetime!

Set in 82 acres of sloping parkland, the Zoo is situated three miles to the west of Edinburgh city centre.

Apart from getting close to over 1,000 rare and endangered animals, there are many different ways to enjoy your day out. You can experience a busy programme of educational events and activities – ranging from keeper talks through to hands-on animal encounters – and a wide-range of eating experiences, several play areas and a fantastic gift shop.

As part of RZSS, Edinburgh Zoo is one of Europe’s leading centres of conservation, education and research. We work collectively with many other zoos and conservation agencies in the UK, Europe and around the world in co-ordinated conservation programmes, to help ensure the survival of many threatened animal species. We support various conservation projects in the wild through funding and expertise.

 

Shepreth Wildlife Park, Hertfordshire

Shepreth Wildlife Park, Hertfordshire

Green Tourism Gold Award

Discover the multi-award winning Shepreth Wildlife Park with a family pass for four people.

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WINNER:

James Carline,

Shropshire

Shepreth Wildlife Park started as a private sanctuary in 1979, when a young injured jackdaw was brought to us to look after. ‘Jack’ soon recovered and become one of the family. In 1984, Terry Willers faced a dilemma when his building business could no longer support the sanctuary. It was at this time he decided to open his home to the public, in the hope it would save the animals, and safeguard a future.

In the ensuing years Willers Mill Wild Animal Sanctuary, as it was then known, became a refuge to many creatures great and small, including rescued foxes, hedgehogs and badgers to name but a few, alongside many different species of unlicensed exotics. After care and rehabilitation, many of the once victims were released back into the wild, but where this was not possible, they lived out their life at the park.

Since then, Shepreth Wildlife Park has become one of East Anglia’s major tourist attractions participating in endangered breeding programmes, and raising over £150,000 for conservation projects worldwide working alongside Shepreth Wildlife Conservation Charity. Today, there are over 100 species to meet at this multi award-winning wildlife park, which takes green issues very seriously.

Not valid for use on Bank Holidays or event days.
Robert Smail's Printing Works

Robert Smail’s Printing Works, The Scottish Borders

Green Tourism Gold Award

Try your hand at being a printer’s apprentice with a family visit to The National Trust’s Robert Smail’s Printing Works for two adults and up to four children. The prize winner will also receive a free gift of a unique note pad made on site from recycled paper.

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WINNER:

Liz Donald,

Fife

Read all about it…A piece of printing history right here on Innerleithen High Street. Get your hands inky at this living museum of a thriving printing firm in the Borders, whose premises were more or less unchanged for over a century.

Try your hand at being a printer’s apprentice to learn the almost forgotten art of letterpress printing and typesetting.

Robert Smail’s Printing Works celebrates a vital part of our industrial heritage and social history by giving you a hands-on demonstration of how things were printed not so long ago.

The machinery is kept in good working order as it is still used today for a variety of commercial print jobs, including some of the Trust’s own literature.

Prize to be used between 1 April and 30 October 2017 within standard opening hours.
Attadale Gardens, Wester Ross

Attadale Gardens, Wester Ross

Green Tourism Silver Award

Meander through the magnificent gardens at Attadale Gardens with free entry for a family including up to four adults (grandparents etc) and up to four children. You’ll also receive a free guidebook to the gardens and an Attadale branded pen for each child.

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WINNER:

Chrisma MacFarlane,

Isle of Skye

 

Started by Baron Schroder in the late 19th century, hill paths meander through 20 acres of conifers and rhododendrons at Attadale Gardens.

Totally transformed after the 1980s storms by Nicky & Ewen Macpherson, it is now a painter’s garden, designed to frame the magnificent views of Skye and the surrounding hills. Waterfalls, Monet bridges, meconopsis, bamboo & candelabra primula are reflected in dark pools. Sculpture lurks in unexpected places.

Broughton House and Garden, Dumfriesshire

Broughton House and Garden, Dumfriesshire

Green Tourism Gold Award

Enjoy a fabulous day out at National Trust for Scotland’s Broughton House and Garden with a family admission ticket and 10% discount on any one purchase from the shop.

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WINNER:

Alice Matthews,

Clackmannanshire

Right in the heart of Kirkcudbright, a pretty artists’ colony on the Solway Firth, this 18th-century Georgian house is the former home of Scottish painter E A Hornel, one of the Glasgow Boys.

Painstakingly preserved and recreated, it’s a living museum of Hornel’s life and work, packed to the rafters with his paintings and those of his contemporaries, as well as his vast library, which includes one of the world’s biggest collections of works by Robert Burns.

Nestled behind the house, backing on to the River Dee, is Hornel’s beautiful garden. Greatly influenced by his love of Japan, it’s a curious and colourful mixture of Eastern and Western horticulture and sculpture that is a delight to explore.

Jurys Inn Croydon, Surrey

Jurys Inn Croydon, Surrey

Green Tourism Gold Award

Explore London and then have a restful overnight stay at Jurys Inn Croydon. This prize includes a room for two adults or a family of two adults and two children under 12 years, and a delicious breakfast.

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WINNER:

Frances Whittingham,

County Durham

Our hotel in Croydon is perfect for guests visiting London for business or pleasure, who wish not to be in the hustle and bustle of central London, but still close by. Our Croydon property offers affordable hotel rooms at a central location with The Whitgift Shopping centre over the road and East Croydon Station a short 3-4 minute walk away. If you are travelling abroad, Croydon offers an ideal stop-over location with frequent train services to Gatwick Airport which is only a 20-minute ride away.

For those wanting to go into central London for a leisure day, or for business, East Croydon Station is a short 17 minute train ride to London Victoria or London Bridge. However, there is plenty to discover in Croydon with various Heritage sites to explore. The Queen’s Gardens are an easy 6 minute walk and Shirley Park Golf Course is a 7 minute drive away.

Subject to availability, only bookable directly with hotel manager.
National Museum of Flight, East Lothian

National Museum of Flight, East Lothian

Green Tourism Silver Award

Wing your way to one of Scotland’s top days out at the National Museum of Flight, East Fortune Airfield. Win a family ticket.

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WINNER:

Margaret Welsh,

Glasgow

The National Museum of Flight is one of Scotland’s top days out, with a whole host of things to see and do.

Head off on a journey of discovery at this former airfield and explore the history of aviation from the First World War to the present day.

See amazing aircraft and uncover unforgettable stories in our two transformed hangars and fill your day with interactive exhibitions, supersonic experiences and acres of green grass and fresh air.

Explore the site on foot or jump aboard the Airfield Explorer to tour our hangars and discover one of Europe’s best collections of aircraft.

Valid 1 – 30 April. No cash alternative. One visit per ticket. Exclusions may apply. Does not include entry to special events or activities.
Polka Theatre, London

Polka Theatre, London

Green Tourism Silver Award

Enjoy a family day at the theatre with a family ticket to “Under the Rainbow” at Polka Theatre in London.

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WINNER:

Donna Large,

Bedfordshire

Under the Rainbow

Over the sea to land of possibility…

4 – 28 May

With evocative music, puppetry and a beautiful transformative set, we gently tell the story of one woman’s courageous journey. As she crosses land and sea, she befriends a turtle and a colourful bird of paradise, discovering a plentiful island that gives her hope for the future.

In Polka’s intimate Adventure Theatre, children will feel part of the journey, with opportunities to interact with the performer on her remarkable journey, before she builds her new home on stage.

A family ticket is four tickets. Subject to availability. Please take note of Polka’s age range recommendations prior to booking.
Ullswater Steamers, Lake District

Ullswater Steamers, Lake District

Green Tourism Gold Award

A spectacular family “Sail all Day Round the Lake” pass in the heart of the Lake District. 

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WINNER:

Victoria Lovell,

Cumbria

 

Award-winning heritage visitor attraction Ullswater Steamers have been sailing on England’s very own Lake Lucerne since 1859. In Arthurian legend, it is referred to as the Dark Lake and some believed that monsters lurked beneath. Its beauty has inspired famous poets and writers such as William Wordsworth, and Donald Campbell broke the water speed record here in 1955. Shaped like the letter “Z”, its unique shape was the creation of three separate glaciers in the last Ice Age with the mighty Helvellyn (3,177ft) crowning the southern reach.

The Steamers provide the perfect opportunity to combine a cruise with some of the most famous and spectacular walks in the Lake District and a chance to meet some of our rarest wildlife.

Family is two adults and two children or one adult and three children. Not valid on the Aira Force shuttle service or for special events.
Mountains Mourne Country Cottages, County Down

Mountains Mourne Country Cottages, County Down

Green Tourism Silver Award

Indulge in a relaxing night in a family cottage within the beautiful Mourne Mountains of County Down.

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WINNER:

Kathryn Cochrane,

County Down

Mountains of Mourne Country Cottages at Hannas’ Close near Kilkeel are a great place to stay in the Mourne Mountains.

There are ten traditional cottages from one to three bedrooms, all teeming with traditional features. From stone walls to feature fire places, holidaying in history is an immediate reality.

 

Excluding July and August.
Carnglaze Caverns, Cornwall

Carnglaze Caverns, Cornwall

Green Tourism Gold Award

Discover industrial heritage in a beautiful setting! Win a family entry voucher for Carnglaze Caverns near Liskeard in Cornwall.

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WINNER:

John Lock,

Worcestershire

Visit this former slate mine where slate was both quarried and mined underground in Cornwall. Carnglaze is affiliated to the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site as members of the Cornish Mining Attractions Marketing Association. Find out about the miners’ ingenuity and skills, and how slate roofed the Industrial Revolution.

You will go on a self-guided underground tour (may be guided in high seasons) to learn how the mine was worked, ending at the Underground Lake with its crystal clear blue/green water.

Browse the comprehensive collection of minerals mined and quarried in the South West, after which you will descend a flight of 60 steps taking you about 150m into the hillside and 60m below ground.

Not valid on Bank Holidays.
Denbies Wine Estate, Surrey

Denbies Wine Estate, Surrey

Green Tourism Silver Award

Win a fascinating outdoor vineyard tour family ticket for Denbies Wine Estate, England’s largest vineyard. 

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WINNER:

Nancy Bradford,

Northamptonshire

 

Denbies Wine Estate, England’s largest vineyard, is situated on the outskirts of Dorking in the heart of the Surrey Hills. The vineyard was planted in 1986 with 265 acres of vines, and commands an impressive location overlooking Box Hill, the pinnacle of the 2012 Olympic Cycling Road Race.

Approaching the expansive Denbies Estate, for a moment, one could really be anywhere in the world, acres and acres of vineyard rolling into the distant hills – a captivating sight in the middle of Surrey.

Denbies is open daily to the public and the chateau-style winery hosts two restaurants, wine and gift shop, art gallery, exhibition and conference rooms. We run indoor classic wine tasting tours and outdoor vineyard tours daily together with a wide range of seasonal events.

Available March to September.
Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway, Cumbria

Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway, Cumbria

Green Tourism Silver Award

Explore the spectacular scenery of the Lake District National Park with a family ‘Ride All Day’ ticket on the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway.

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WINNER:

Melissa Berry,

Greater Manchester

Join us as we journey from Ravenglass – the only coastal village in the Lake District National Park – across the estuary, through the hills, past seven request stops with a 1:40 gradient at times, en route to our final destination some seven miles up the line to Dalegarth for Boot Station.

The journey itself was one of Wainwright’s favourites, crossing seven miles of spectacular scenery to the foot of England’s highest mountains, the Scafell Range (3,209ft) at their peak.

You’ll also find out more about the engines in our engine shed. We have four steam locomotives in regular service, ranging from River Irt, the oldest working 15″ gauge locomotive in the world, to the mighty strength of Northern Rock.

Not valid for special events, cannot be exchanged for cash. Prize must be used in the 2017 season.
Solway View Caravan and Camping Site, Dumfriesshire

Solway View Caravan and Camping Site, Dumfriesshire

Green Tourism Gold Award

Do something different! Win a two-night midweek stay in Running Water Wigwam at Solway View Caravan & Camping Site in Dumfriesshire.

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WINNER:

Daisy Lancey,

Northamptonshire

Solway View Caravan & Camping Site enjoys stunning views over the river Dee estuary and down to the Solway Firth. Enjoy the relaxing atmosphere of this peaceful location. Coastal farmland surrounds and you are welcome to walk and explore the farm and nearby woodland. The towns of Gatehouse of Fleet, Kirkcudbright and Castle Douglas are all nearby.

We welcome tourers, caravans and tents. We provide a picnic bench and brick BBQ at each pitch. Camping pitches also have a campfire pit provided, so you can relax around the campfire and watch the stars at night.

We also have three large wooden wigwams available to hire. Each sleeps up to five people. Inside you’ll find electricity and light, mattresses, fridge, microwave/Grill, toaster and kettle. Provided there’s a brick BBQ, picnic bench, parking area and campfire pit. Open all year round.

Maximum five people in a wigwam.
The Crystal, London

The Crystal, London

Green Tourism Gold Award

Visit one of the world’s most sustainable buildings with four adult tickets for The Crystal in London.

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WINNER:

Andrzej Szymanski,

London

The Crystal is home to the world’s largest exhibition on the future of cities, the world’s most sustainable events venue, and office space for global engineering powerhouse Siemens.

Siemens opened The Crystal in 2012 as a global hub for debate on sustainable living and development. Since opening, over 100,000 people each year have visited the interactive exhibition; thousands of meetings and events have been hosted in our sustainable events venue; and numerous major projects have been undertaken in the Siemens office on-site.

The Crystal sets the benchmark for sustainable building design. It is the only building in the world to achieve the highest certification in both the BREEAM and LEED schemes, as well as many other accreditations. Siemens technologies throughout the building ensure the highest energy efficiency and CO2 standards are met.

The Green Dragon, Wiltshire

The Green Dragon, Wiltshire

Green Tourism Silver Award

Explore the wonderful countryside of Wiltshire and then have a restful night’s stay in a family room at The Green Dragon, traditional country pub serving delicious food.

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WINNER:

Annie Lewis,

Birmingham

The Green Dragon is a thriving pub in the heart of a beautiful rural setting. We offer a complete range of fine food, wines and cask marque accredited beers.

The pub has retained the character and presence that makes it the heart of this bustling, busy village, providing an important social venue for the locals to relax and enjoy some friendly company.

The Green Dragon also offers bed and breakfast accommodation in six comfortable rooms, making it the ideal venue for visiting friends and family or exploring the wonderful county of Wiltshire.

Offer for two adults and two children under ten years.
The Harbour Masters House, Fife

The Harbourmaster’s House, Fife

Green Tourism Gold Award

Win a voucher for tea or coffee and yummy homemade scones for two at the Harbourmaster’s House. Plus a copy of the Fife Coastal Path Map and the Fife Coastal Path Guidebook.

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WINNER:

Allan Wilson,

Scottish Borders

The Harbourmaster’s House is a B-listed 18th-century building next to Dysart Harbour near Kirkcaldy, one of the oldest harbours in Fife. Opened in 2006 by Gordon Brown, the building houses Fife’s first coastal centre and the Harbour Bistro, and is the headquarters for Fife Coast and Countryside Trust.

The coastal centre, located in the basement, encourages people to explore the many features of the Fife Coastal Path. Its interactive displays show some of the history of the region and offer you “A dander around the Historic Burgh of Dysart”. It also showcases the links with our North Sea neighbours as well as offering everyone the chance to learn about the trading routes via our interactive North Sea Trading Game.

The bistro, with its inspired menu, is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the scenery around Dysart harbour.