We are proud to announce that we will be joining The Final Straw Cornwall Campaign. The announcement was made by our Deputy Hotel Manager Jamie Crossman during his talk at the Cornwall Sustainability Awards, hosted by the Headland Hotel on the same day.
Our whole team, from owners to senior managers and the hospitality team, are committed to the campaign which resonates with a hotel so deeply connected to the ocean and the Cornish Coast.
Owned by John and Carolyn Armstrong for almost forty years, the hotel employs around 150 people, has 96 bedrooms, 39 self-catering cottages and welcomes thousands of guests each year. Enjoying a unique position on the cliffs overlooking Fistral Beach, the hotel’s management team have always made protecting their extraordinary natural surroundings a priority.
“Our environment has always been integral to our values as a business,” said General Manager Darryl Reburn. “As one of our affiliated charities, we’ve raised more than £30,000 for the National Trust over the years and we’re always looking for new ways to improve our sustainability and reduce our environmental impact.
“The Final Straw campaign is doing an excellent job of raising awareness of the damage plastic causes and we’re delighted to be part of it. Not only will we stop using plastic straws ourselves, we’ll also do as much as we can to encourage our visitors to stop using them when they go out and about in the county too.”
For more information about the Final Straw campaign, visit http://finalstrawcornwall.co.uk/