As part of Broad Haven Holiday Park sustainability efforts, which aims to reduce our impact on the environment we have joined Flogas Carbon Offsetting Initiative, which gives businesses the chance to offset 100% of their gas carbon emissions and help support conservation and renewable-energy projects around the world.
We had no hesitations when Flogas offered us the chance to offset our emissions.
Recently launched as part of its ‘2040 Vision’ – Flogas’ Carbon Offsetting Initiative allows businesses to offset the unavoidable carbon emissions created during day-to-day operations. Businesses can purchase ‘carbon credits’ based on their energy use which are put towards activities that reduce greenhouse gas emissions. To date, Flogas have helped offset over 17,000 tonnes of CO2e.
Flogas Carbon offsetting has proved extremely popular with its customers since its launch and remains an important part in achieving Flogas ‘2040 Vision’ – which is Flogas endeavour to supply customers with 100% renewable energy solutions by 2040.”
Flogas Carbon Offsetting Initiative isn’t just for business customers but homeowners too. Flogas recognise that more of us are looking to do our bit and reduce the impact our homes have on the planet. By offsetting, we can all be proactive in making a change when emissions are unavoidable.
For more information on Flogas’ Carbon Offsetting Initiative or any other Flogas offering, visit www.flogas.co.uk.
Wales is now at Alert Level 0 so we are able to relax many of the COVID measures that we have had in place since 2020.
At Alert Level 0 the only legal requirement which we still are required to follow is to ensure that face masks are worn when you come into reception. We will remove this requirement as soon as the Law allows us to do so.
Over and above this we intend to leave the hand sanitiser dispensers outside the laundrette, reception and bin compound for those who wish to use them.
Our preference will still be to try and do maintenance work in your caravan when you are not there. If you need something doing immediately then maintenance may use PPE (face coverings and disposable gloves).
MONDAY 29th MARCH 2021
On Friday 26th March, an interim review of the lockdown rules resulted in the Travel restrictions in Wales being lifted and Self-contained accommodation being allowed to open.
These changes have allowed the Park to re-open although we are still required to follow to apply the COVID secure precautions that were well established last season. Shared facilities must remain closed which means that we are unable to open the Playground and laundrette. Hopefully, this will be a short term restriction.
The First Minister announced the review of the current COVID regulations this lunchtime and has advised that provided the public health conditions continue to be favourable self-contained holiday accommodation will be able to re-open on the 27th March in line with the lifting of the stay local restrictions.
On that basis we are very pleased to say that all things being equal the park will be able to open on Saturday 27th March. Shared facilities are likely to have to remain closed a little longer. As mentioned above the date is subject to the public health conditions being favourable and a final decision will be made by the Welsh Government on the 25th March.
The First Minister took many questions on this first step in reopening tourism and the application of the differing rules across the UK, as for example in England, the Government is advising people to minimise travel and not to stay away from home overnight until 12 April.
Valid From Tuesday 29th December 2020
As per the current Level 4 Lockdown Rules the Park is closed. Throughout January-March maintenance activities are routinely carried out on the Park. Maintenance activities of closed premises is permitted under the Level 4 rules and this is carrying on as normal with all the necessary precautions in place to protect the workforce.
The face to face showing of Caravans for the purpose of selling them is not permitted by the current COVID regulations. However, we are more than happy to provide photos, virtual tours or videos, and any other literature that would be of interest if you are researching for a future purchase. We can also send you manufacturers brochures and provide any information that you may require on the Park itself.
This article will be updated as soon as the situation changes.
Thought we would share some photos of some recently completed Maintenance work. The redevelopment of the Millmoor Way car park has made it unsuitable for us to take our Caravan deliveries there. Car park plan Widening the road on the old Tourer bank has given us the opportunity to resurface and repair one of our existing roads and also gives us the ability to take deliveries on site. Certainly one of the highlights of a busy Winter schedule. Things coming together nicely ready for reopening.