Devon Tourism Award Bronze Plaque
Devon Tourism Award Bronze Plaque

On Thursday 10th Stover Country Park was invited as finalists to the Devon Tourism Awards ceremony. As a result Stover was awarded a Bronze Award in the Access and Inclusivity category.

Congratulations go to all the finalists and winners?








Stover celebrated another achievement in the Access and Inclusivity Award category at the 2015 South West Tourism Excellence Awards

Photo of Green Flag Award 2015 with volunteers Cllr Roger Croad, Devon County Council’s Cabinet Member responsible for the authority’s Country Parks, said:

“This award is also a fitting tribute to the enthusiasm and determination of our team of Rangers and volunteers, whose passion and commitment ensures everyone who visits the park has an enjoyable and educational trip.”


Stover was shortlisted for the Contribution to Wildlife Award at the Western Morning News Countryside Awards. Western Morning News Editor Bill Martin explained “Stover Country Park is a great example of what can be achieved in the rural Westcountry. This sets the bar high and being short-listed is well deserved recognition of high standards and consistent achievement.”

Stover won a silver in the Access and Inclusitivity category at the Visit Devon Tourism Awards. We were also invited to collect the gold award in partnership with the winners, Countryside Mobility who administer the Tramper Scheme here at the Park.

Stover was also shortlisted as a finalist in the Access and Inclusitivity category in the South West Tourism Excellence Awards 2014 – 2015.

Green Flag Awards

The Park currently holds a Green Flag Award. Many thanks to all Stover’s volunteers who help maintain the Park at such a high standard.