LDF Welcome’s Three more new Businesses

The Lake District Foundation are always pleased to welcome the support of new businesses and so we are excited to announce not one, but three, local businesses who share our desire to secure the future of the lake district and Cumbria for future generations.

This is what they said joining the LDF means to them:

Rothay ManorThe Lake District Foundation is a charity that is close to our hearts.  We are so passionate about the Lake District and will do all that we can to help maintain and support our beautiful natural heritage.  It’s not always easy to get involved in charitable organisations when you run your own business and day-to-day life gets in the way, but the Lake District Foundation have made it really easy for us, and our guests, to get on board.  The Lake District is so important to so many people, for so many different reasons and it’s important for us to protect this natural environment for all visitors, present and future.

Within our first 3 months of membership we were lucky to hold a Red Squirrel workshop at our hotel, and I’m excited for the future to see what other exciting projects we can get involved in.”Jenna Shail – Owner of Rothay Manor

Healthy Human Life shares many mutual passions with the LDF. We are passionate about inspiring others to care for the planet and taking an active role in preserving its beauty.

The Lake District is a gift that keeps on giving for so many but needs our help for its longevity.  

Healthy Human’s mission is to encourage healthier lifestyle choices such as the reduction of single use plastics to assist in the sustainability of this beautiful land and planet beyond. Healthy Human- Healthy Planet.

We are proud to support the LDF on its missions to maintain this priceless landscape. 

Danielle Frazer – Director of Healthy Human Life UK 

As the oldest independently owned climbing shop in the Lake District, The Climbers Shop is very proud to support the Lake District Foundation in its work raising funds to protect our stunning National Park.

In the 60 years that we have been trading, the number of walkers, climbers and runners enjoying the great outdoors has exploded. Our livelihood depends on selling equipment to customers so they can enjoy the Lake District safely in all weathers and for that reason we have a responsibility to help protect the environment we love for generations to come.”

Cathy Casey – Director of The Climber’s Shop (Hooked on Granite Ltd)

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