The Countryside Team
Kelling Heath has a designated Countryside Team that is responsible for preserving and protecting the 250 acre estate, they also help develop and deliver the environmental activity programmes enjoyed by visitors to the estate.
David Martin oversees the practical management of the 300 acre estate at Kelling Heath.
E-mail David here
Sarah Kemp runs the Acorn Activity programme at Kelling Heath.
E-mail Sarah here
The need to preserve and protect the natural environment at Kelling Heath Holiday Park dictates the requirement to have an active estate management plan. The majority of estate work conducted over recent years has been determined by ten year management plans.
The first ten year plan expired in 2008, and whilst some annual estate management tasks remain the same, many prescriptions have achieved their desired outcomes and therefore new objectives are needed for the next 10 year period ending in 2018. For this reason a new, up-to-date estate management plan was been created, which acts as a snapshot of the environmental situation at the Park as it stood during 2008.
The plan provides detailed guidance into the estate management required on the park in order to ensure the environmental best practice that has existed in the ten years to 2008 is continued and enhanced wherever possible.
This estate management plan provides a current environmental snapshot of the park in the form of descriptions about the Park's location, current statutory designations, tenure issues, and the major environmental factors like climate and geology.
This core information about the environment of the Park then allows for a number of prescriptions to be created to ensure correct environmental practice across the estate.
The Park has been split into sections and sub-sections, with management prescriptions applied to each section, in order to create an easy to understand, usable document.
Work is already underway to review the current plan and draw up the 2018 to 2028 plan.