The club have embraced a green ethos for both the course and the club house, in 2013 the club were awarded a Climate Challenge Fund of £162,000 allowing the club to reduce the carbon footprint of the clubhouse and reduce operating costs, with the installation of energy saving products, which included insulated walls and ceiling spaces, highly efficient windows and doors and energy saving lighting. The clubhouse has now become an extremely warm and welcoming facility.
The club received a small Awards for all Grant during 2014, which enabled us to install disabled toilet provisions and upgrade existing provisions. This was extremely benefit to the facility which see diversity of patrons using the facilities.
A second Climate Challenge Fund of £34,000 was awarded in 2015 to allow the club to further reduce their carbon foot print, with in the installation of a movable partition wall to our large lounge and dining area thus allowing lighting and heating to be zoned.
To further complement our green ethos, 2 wind turbines were installed on the boundary line of the course, offering valuable income to the club and tapping into the sustainable energy.
The club have an area of land bordering the course and offering panoramic views of the coast which is suitable for housing development. When the plots are sold the club have set in place plans to redesign areas of the course