The Caravan and Motorhome Club has achieved a Silver Award, from the Green Tourism accreditation scheme, across its nationwide campsite network and its head office, based in Sussex.
The Award was presented to the Club at a Parliamentary Reception at the Senedd in Wales on 18 May during Wales Tourism Week.
Green Tourism is a long-established UK based organisation that aims to help businesses improve their tourism services to meet the growing need to become more environmentally and socially responsible.
The awards certification programme recognises the commitment of tourism businesses which are actively working to become more sustainable.
Green Tourism awards an accreditation of Gold, Silver or Bronze to recognise the level of achievements based on a number of criteria taken from their People, Places and Planet standard.
The awards are acknowledged worldwide as an indicator of good environmentally-friendly practice.
Mark Feast, the Caravan and Motorhome Club’s sustainability advisor said: “The Club is exceptionally proud to have achieved a Silver Award from Green Tourism.
“Together we are on a continuous journey of responsible actions to reduce our environmental impact and help our members, guests, and future generations, get more from the great outdoors.”
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