Our nominated charity
Ingrid Flute’s Yorkshire Holiday Cottages is proud to support the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust as its nominated charity. The Yorkshire Wildlife Trust works to protect wildlife and wild places on Yorkshire’s land and sea.
Yorkshire Wildlife Trust
The Yorkshire Wildlife Trust has been working to conserve the beauty of Yorkshire’s countryside and wildlife for over 70 years, restoring, creating and protecting wildlife rich landscapes and seas, and helping to safeguard the ecosystems we depend on.
This is vital work that cost over £1 million alone in 2019, making the support from local businesses and individuals fundamental. The generosity that they receive is the life-blood of the charity and without this, they would not be able to carry out the much needed conservation to Yorkshire’s green spaces, helping to protect them for future generations.
With nature reserves such as Flamborough Cliffs, Semer Water and Fen Bog under the Trust’s care, the charity works across Yorkshire’s Coast, Moors and Dales to maintain and preserve the beauty of Yorkshire for locals and visitors, protecting the wildlife that call these areas home.
Our team all live and work in Yorkshire and protecting the natural landscape here is something that’s very important to all of us, both for ourselves and for the enjoyment of our customers. We hope that through working with the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust, both through collecting donations and volunteering our own time, we can help to support the Trust with this worthy cause.
Our Pledge to Volunteer
In 2020, Ingrid Flute's Yorkshire Holiday Cottages celebrates its 50th year! As part of our celebrations we are looking at ways we can give back to the local community with every member of staff being given days free to volunteer for a local charity of their choice.
Read about our Volunteering Challenge here or follow the hashtag #50DaysofVolunteering on social media.