Bluestone Community Update 1
Bluestone is located in 500 acres of beautiful countryside and woodland, and we are proud to share our home with lots of interesting species of wildlife. Most recently we have been working alongside Natural Resources Wales, Bat Conservation Trust and the Pembrokeshire Bat Group to search for the rare Barbastelle Bat at Bluestone. The Barbastelle is a scarce bat that lives in woodland and forages over a wide area. It has a distinctive ‘pug-like’ appearance because of its upturned nose. Read more about the Barbastelle Bat and many other species by clicking the links below:
Bluestone Community Update 2
First Delivery of Compost
Free Range Future is the new movement at Bluestone, and we have recently made the step to composting all food waste from our restaurants. Composting is a natural process that transforms food waste into valuable and nutrient-rich food for plants. Click the below link to Cwm Environmental to read how our food waste is transformed into compost after leaving the resort.
You can also read more about recycling in your home by clicking here: