Holgates Holiday Parks Donates £10,000 to Pancreatic Cancer UK and St John’s Hospice Following Successful Charity Ceilidh Weekend

Holgates Holiday Parks, a family-owned business operating 10 holiday parks in Morecambe Bay, South Cumbria, and the Ribble Valley, is delighted to announce a record-breaking donation of £10,000, evenly split between Pancreatic Cancer UK and St John’s Hospice. This significant contribution was made possible through the success of the Charity Ceilidh Weekend, held between 23rd and 25th June after a four-year hiatus.

Throughout the weekend’s events, Holgates Holiday Parks raised an impressive total of £7,632.34. This remarkable achievement was made possible thanks to the incredible support of our loyal customers, dedicated holiday home owners, and generous suppliers. Their enthusiasm and willingness to contribute to these worthy causes are truly inspiring.

In addition to the funds raised by our valued community, Michael Holgate, the Managing Director of Holgates Holiday Parks, personally donated £2,367.66. Pancreatic Cancer UK has been a cause close to the Holgate family’s heart since 2015, and this year’s event brings our overall fundraising totals to £21,332 for Pancreatic Cancer UK and £7,300 for St John’s Hospice.

Pancreatic Cancer UK is a cause of utmost importance to the Holgate family, and St John’s Hospice was chosen as a recipient due to the incredible work they do in providing palliative care and ongoing support to families within the local community.

Holgates Holiday Parks extends its deepest gratitude to everyone who played a part in making the Charity Ceilidh Weekend a resounding success.

For further information about Holgates Holiday Parks or to inquire about future charitable initiatives, please contact:

Callam Mcloughlin
Sales & Marketing Officer
Holgates Caravan Parks Ltd
Middlebarrow Plain, Cove Road, Silverdale, Near Carnforth, Lancashire, LA5 0SH
01524 701508

To learn more about Holgates Holiday Parks’ donation of £10,000 to Pancreatic Cancer UK and St John’s Hospice at the Charity Ceilidh Weekend, please visit our website.

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