We have totally transformed a dark corner of a facilities block at Little Satmar Holiday Park this summer by injecting some bright colours and bold design in the form of a hand painted mural by Victoria Cadisch.
Local professional photographer Victoria spent a week creating the big, bold, bright homage to the Kent campsite’s stunning local wildlife. The design incorporates wildflowers, a bumblebee, a butterfly and a caterpillar – a fitting concept as we strive to run our parks with an environmental conscience.
All of our campsites and residential parks work hard to provide a habitat for an abundance of wildlife, and we are proud to have been a part of the David Bellamy Conservation awards for many years. More recently the awards have been updated to the ‘Blooming Marvellous Pledge For Nature’ and we have committed to maintain and nurture hedgerows, woodlands, wildflowers and honeybees!
Mural painter Victoria is a full time portrait, wedding and events photographer who lives in Herne Bay. She loves to paint but hadn’t taken on a project of this size before. “It was initially quite a daunting challenge to fill such a large space, but as soon as the colours started going on and I saw it coming to life it was a joy to work on!’ she said.
The campsite’s guests have taken great interest in the project, too, as it progressed. Victoria added; “I’d love to paint more at the other Keat Farm holiday parks and there are plans to do an interactive mural for children to take photographs with this summer.”
The mural at Little Satmar is an excellent display of how we support bio-diversity, and is part of our business celebrating its 70- year anniversary in 2023. Further projects will be developing across the other parks in the near future.
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