The Bat Conservation Trust Collection Total

Thank you to all who joined in and supported us in raising money for the Bat Conservation Trust over the Hallowe'en period, especially Cobleland Campsite, Forest Hills and Tigh Mor. See post below for what we got up to.

Together we managed to raise £80.27 plus there is £10 so far in the bat badge collection box :-)

For more information about how your kind donations will be used have a look at the Bat Conservation Trust's website and follow and like them on Facebook.

Nighty night bats, see you next year :-)

Charity Raising at Cobleland Campsite

Here at Cobleland we love our local charities :-) Lesley's latest idea is to make these gorgeous little keepsake stones to raise pennies for Hessilhead Wildlife Centre which is near Beith in North Ayrshire.

Lesley has also made up some seedbombs to raise money for them too.  These are designed to be deployed wherever there is a need for a burst of colour as there are lots of native wild flower seeds within each bomb which will brighten up any waste ground or garden lacking in colour to encourage lots of lovely insects out to play :)

Easter Hare is named 'Vera Ellen'

Congratulations to proud new great-grandparents Mr & Mrs Niblock who received news of the birth of their great-grandaughter, Vera Ellen.  They named the hare after her and were picked from the hat on Easter Sunday.  Best wishes to you for your visit to Eastbourne and for your naughty motorhome getting fixed asap! 
Thank you to everyone who entered raising money for Glendrick Roost Local Animal Sanctuary, which we will continue to support this season at Cobleland Campsite.

Name the Mad March Hare

We have donated a mad March hare to help raise money for Glendrick Roost Animal Welfare Centre. Name the hare at Cobleland Campsite's reception for a chance to take the hare home after your Easter holiday. Donations are 50p a go.  The lucky winner will be drawn from the hat on Easter Sunday.