Park Cliffe Forthcoming events 2018

Please join us at one of our events.

Saturday 15th September – Social evening in the bar -all welcome

Saturday 13th October – Race Night in the bar

Saturday 27th October – Our annual Halloween Party (park guests only)
Our annual Halloween party will begin with a magician who will be performing from 4pm for an hour then later on in the evening plenty of ghoulish games will be played including many infamous Park Cliffe favourites! Be there in your scariest attire to join in this memorable night of spooky fun! There will be both a children’s and adults costume competition, pumpkin carving competition, and free Halloween games. Remember to bring Halloween decoration for your pod, tourer, motorhome or a tent as there are prizes for the best dressed!

Saturday 3rd November – Our annual Bonfire and fireworks evening
This evening we will have our annual bonfire on site and then part way through the evening we have our own fireworks display – which if the sky is clear – should be amazing as always!

We will be raising funds for our nominated charity, Fix the Fells. Events going on will be our infamous mystery raffle; thank you in advance for all your contributions to this charity which works all year round to improve the accessibility of the Lakes and conservation of popular tourist walks and routes across the county.

Saturday 10th November – Social evening in the bar and
presentation of a cheque to ‘Fix the Fells’, our nominated charity for 2018.

We are supporting the ‘Fix the Fells’ project in 2018.

The spectacular Lake District landscape is a paradise for walkers attracting 10 million visitors each year. But 10 million pairs of booted feet are not without their impact. In fact they leave a significant imprint on the magnificent, yet surprisingly fragile mountain environment. Erosion caused by feet (and rain!) leads to large scars developing in the landscape. Eroded paths are not only unsightly, they also lead to habitat loss, water pollution and damage to rare species in the area.
Skilled craftsmen and hundreds of volunteers carry out essential repair work to rebuild and maintain the most badly eroded footpaths. Community engagement and education of those who use the upland fells is also a vital strand of the project to ensure long-term sustainability of uplands promoting access for all. The success of this project relies on donations; please donate whatever you can to help preserve this fragile landscape.