Known for its historic mansions and contemporary hotels, De Vere is contributing £560,000 to NHS Charities Together, which is supporting hospital staff, volunteers, and patients affected by the pandemic.
This donation will benefit NHS staff, volunteers, and patients in key areas including Cheshire with welfare and wellbeing, assistance after a patient leaves a hospital, and long-term mental health support for NHS workers.
There are De Vere properties all over the country, from Surrey to the Cotswolds, surrounded by magnificent estates and parklands where guests can find hidden scenic lakes, sculptures, and picturesque views of the countryside. All properties are situated within walking distance of some of the country’s most beautiful landscapes, so you can enjoy exploring the great British outdoors.
Alan Corlett, Chief Commercial Officer at De Vere added: “At De Vere, we are always looking for ways to support our local communities and charities close to our heart. We are honoured to be able to make this significant donation to NHS Charities Together to say thank you to those who have looked after us and kept us safe throughout the pandemic.”
As part of its portfolio, De Vere estates include De Vere Cotswold Water Park, which is set in a nature reserve with a beautiful lake, and De Vere Wokefield Estate, which has an 18 hole championship golf course. De Vere Tortworth Court lies within a 30-acre estate that includes a Victorian arboretum with more than 300 trees and plants.
There is a 44-acre De Vere Beaumont Estate that has natural ponds, a manicured garden, as well as quirky sculptures. Located in Buckinghamshire, De Vere Latimer Estate houses an Area of Outstanding Beauty as well as De Vere Horsley Estate, a 19th-century mansion house in Surrey.