Many of our pitches are enclosed on three sides by Devon hedgerows and our own tree boundaries, offering both privacy and a break from the sea winds.
Many Devon hedges are important for wildlife, and while we keep them closely maintained, we tend not to cut them back when birds are nesting or other wildlife are making full use of them
Traditional hedges in Devon are different to those in other parts of the country. Devon hedges consist of an earth wall, faced with either turf or stone, on top of which hedge shrubs usually grow.
Important for wildlife for a number of reasons, they provide suitable habitat and cover for many plants, birds, insects and small mammals, they provide a rich food resource and they provide corridors between isolated habitats.