Family and staff at a Berwick-upon-Tweed holiday park are celebrating after being told that their wildlife-friendly policies have earned a major environmental accolade.
Ord House Country Park was named this autumn as a winner of the prestigious David Bellamy Conservation award at its top gold level.
It also received two extra commendations from the world-famous botanist for its efforts to protect honey bees, and its success in creating new wild flower habitats.
Owned by the Maguire family for the past 15 years, Ord House was selected for the award following an in-depth audit by David Bellamy's wildlife assessors.
The 44-acre park, he said, was fully deserving of the honour thanks to a long list of green initiatives taken to hep protect the natural world.