Leading independent holiday park operator, Pure Leisure Group, has won the coveted Tourism, Leisure and Hospitality Award at Lancashire’s prestigious Red Rose Awards 2024.

The group, who own Tydd St Giles Golf & Country Club, was recognised for its authentic and organic growth, unwavering commitment to community, charity and country and its contribution to the local economy, fighting off tough competition to be crowned winners of the much-sought after accolade.

The awards, which are now in their 14th consecutive year, look to celebrate businesses and individuals across Lancashire, delivering outstanding service and performance, across 21 different categories.

Winners were revealed at an exclusive ceremony hosted at Blackpool’s Winter Gardens in front of a 1,000-strong audience.

Commenting on the win, John Morphet, Owner of Pure Leisure Group said: “We are absolutely delighted and incredibly proud to have won the Red Rose Award for Tourism, Leisure and Hospitality and want to take the opportunity to thank each of our team members for the hard work that got us here.

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“Every single day they strive to give our guests and holiday home owners the best possible experience and there is so much that goes into making this a reality.

"From the upkeep and cleanliness of our facilities, the ingredients we source for our food, to the gardeners who maintain our park grounds and the way our on-site teams interact and engage with guests – the devil is in the detail and it’s the details that make the difference for us."

Tydd St Giles lodges are nestled in its grounds which boast an 18-hole golf course, state-of-the-art swimming pool and peaceful fishing lake.