Red Carnation Hotels is part of the TTC family of brands and works in proud partnership with its TreadRight Foundation to #MakeTravelMatter.
At The Duke of Richmond, we are committed to our community and to supporting local charities such as the Les Bourgs Hospice, Rotary’s Shoebox Appeal and ME to WE. We remain dedicated to eliminating unnecessary single use plastics and work in partnership with Island Waste to participate in regular island clean-ups.
Last Straw Campaign
Plastic straws are one of many types of plastic polluting our earth and harming our wildlife. We are passionate about eradicating single use plastics. The campaign strives to educate the public about its effects on our health, our environment, and our oceans.
Les Bourgs Hospice
Les Bourgs Hospice was founded for the people of the Bailiwick in 1990 who recognised the need for a Hospice to provide the highest levels of compassionate and professional care to patients suffering from life-limiting illnesses, as well as their loved ones.
Rotary’s Shoebox Appeal
Keeping the Island Clean
It is important for us to keep our island clean and free of rubbish which has a detrimental impact on our environment, in partnership with Island Waste. Everyone at the hotel takes part in regular ‘clean-up's that allow us to improve on our recycling practices and minimise waste.
We have taken the initiative to start changing all our bin bags in the hotel to compostable bags, allowing us to better save the island from all the plastic that is being used.
Me to We
Red Carnation Hotels supports and encourages a wide selection of green initiatives and is fully committed to sustainability.
Our Sustainability Committee is led by Victoria Tollman (Director of The Travel Corporation, Red Carnation Hotels and the Bouchard Finlayson winery) and Red Carnation's Managing Director Jonathan Raggett.
Projects and progress
From broadening the mind to creating lasting memories, we examine the long-term benefits of exploring the globe.
15th January 2020
As dining al fresco often creates lots of waste, here's how to plan an environmentally friendly picnic.