With thanks to...
Without all of our partners our work would be impossible.
Old Curiosity Gin
Inspired by nature to raise a glass for the RSPB
After a botanical expedition to our Forsinard reserve, Old Curiosity Distillery founder Hamish Martin was inspired to develop Wild, a new gin that incorporates the character and flavours of herbs found on our restored peatland habitats in the far north of Scotland. Each bottle sold supports the RSPB’s work to restore these blanket bog habitats. The Old Curiosity Distillery can be found amongst the apothecary roses and other wild botanicals at the Secret Herb Garden, an award-winning herb nursery, shop and café where all herbs distilled in the gin are grown free of chemicals.
LOFA (Leisure & Outdoor Furniture Association)
LOFA and RSPB planting native trees together in the UK
The Leisure & Outdoor Furniture Association will be donating £5 for every visitor who attends their SOLEX 2020 Exhibition at the NEC in July 2020.
The RSPB will use these vital funds to plant over 2000m2 of native broadleaf woodland in the Wood of Cree, Scotland. These trees will ensure the Celtic forest will have the strength to survive into the future, store carbon to protect the climate, and provide a home for red squirrels, otters and thousands of songbirds.
Our corporate supporters all work alongside us to give nature a home.
We want to give particular thanks to:
Caravan and Motorhome Club
David Cowdry Art
Maginus Software Solutions Ltd
Northern Ireland Electricity Networks
Smith and Sons (Bletchington)
St Davids Kitchen
Tarmac Trading Ltd
Scottish Power Renewables
Our business members share our commitment to saving nature and give what they can to our work.
We would like to thank:
SABIC UK Petrochemicals
Ground Control Limited
Hornbill Corporate Limited
Hugh Lowe Farms Limited
Hugh Pearl Land Drainage Limited
Martin-Baker Aircraft Company Ltd