We Care

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 WE Charity. We remain dedicated to eliminating unnecessary single use plastics and work in partnership with Island Waste to participate in regular island clean-ups.



Our Initiatives

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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.

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Rotary’s Shoebox Appeal

The Duke of Richmond participate in preparing and packing gift boxes for The Rotary Shoebox Appeal every year for children in need. The scheme has become a national project supported not only by Rotary Clubs but also by individuals, schools, companies and churches.
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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-ups' to improve on our recycling practices and minimise waste.

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WE Charity

ME To WE is part of WE, a family of organisations making doing good, doable as well as empowering domestic and international change. We sell ME To WE chocolates in every hotel to help a social enterprise create socially conscious products and experiences.
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Sustainability Committee

We support and encourage 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 and Red Carnation Hotels) and Red Carnation's Managing Director Jonathan Raggett.

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Sustainable Luxury

With the subject of climate change on everyone’s mind, ethical travel is of ever increasing significance. If you’d like to be a jet-setter with a conscience, discover how you can travel responsibly with eco-sensibilities in mind.

Projects and progress

Earth Day
Happy Earth Day

Managing Director Jonathan Raggett, shares his thoughts and reflections on the 50th anniversary of Earth Day.

22nd April 2020

Single Use Plastic
Eliminating single use plastic in hospitality

Red Carnation Hotels paves the way for a more sustainable, plastic-free future.

09th April 2020

Mountain view
Paradise lost & found: reflections on Earth Month

Chief TreadRight and Sustainability Officer Shannon Guihan, reflects on travel during the current global crisis. 

09th April 2020

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