These are the businesses that collect funds from their customers for environmental projects across the Cotswolds through the Caring for the Cotswolds.
If you want to visit, eat and do things in the Cotswolds, these are the businesses that give you a chance to contribute towards maintaining the outstanding beauty that you have come to enjoy!
Founding member and still the single largest contributor to the scheme Manor Cottages provide an on-line booking service for hundreds of holiday cottages throughout the Cotswolds and their customers can make a contribution when booking.
Adam Henson’s father Joe Henson founded the Cotswold Farm Park in 1971 to help protect some of our rare breeds of farm animal. Adam is proud to continue in his wellington-booted footprints. They run an annual membership scheme and make a contribution for every member that joins.
Action Challenge take individuals, groups, charities and companies on outdoor challenge events & inspirational adventures. One of their regular events is the Cotswold Way Challenge so they make contributions from company funds to help maintain the Cotswold Way.
Cotswold Running organises events and provides coaching and guided runs. Their participants make donations towards helping maintain the Cotswold Way when submitting entries
Notgrove Holidays offers cottages and glamping pods set on the 1,500 acre Notgrove Estate in the heart of the Cotswolds, they also collect contributions from their guests.
The café named after the iconic local breed of sheep and housed in the Cotswolds Discovery Centre in the heart of the Cotswolds at Northleach. The Cotswold Lion Café gives you chance of a bite to eat whilst ensuring you get the most out of your time spent in the Cotswolds. The café also contributes 1% of its food & beverage sales to the scheme.