The Woburn Estate and its various businesses work in partnership with a number of high profile organisations. Some of these partnerships help us offer products, services and enhanced benefits to our customers, whilst other sponsorship partnerships support our ongoing work in animal conservation at Woburn Safari Park.
Our current partners include:
Center Parcs began operations in the UK in July 1987 when it opened its first village in Sherwood Forest, Nottinghamshire and offered short break holidays on a year round basis. Since that time, the name Center Parcs has become synonymous with the provision of an exceptional short break experience, in a natural forest location.
The Center Parcs concept is to provide short breaks in the forest, bringing families together and back to nature, with high quality accommodation, a range of outstanding leisure facilities and over 100 activities, stunning restaurants and all set within a protected and enhanced woodland environment.
The latest Center Parcs village to open is Center Parcs, Woburn Forest, just a few miles from the Woburn Estate. Visitors to the Center Parcs village in Woburn Forest can receive discounted entry to Woburn Safari Park and to Woburn Abbey and Gardens on presentation of a Center Parcs Woburn voucher, which can be collected from Guest Services and other locations across the Center Parcs village*.
Center Parcs guests can also book mid-week tee times (subject to availability) to play on one of Woburn Golf Club's Championship hosting golf courses during their stay at Center Parcs, Woburn Forest*.
*Terms and conditions apply
In the first corporate sponsorship of its kind at Woburn, Taylor Wimpey has sponsored the new tiger house at Woburn Safari Park, which is home to some very special residents, four Amur tigers from the European Endangered Species Program (EEP), including two tigers, born in September 2015.
As well as supporting an environment which will allow Woburn’s visitors to enjoy getting amazingly close to these beautiful animals, Taylor Wimpey’s investment is also aiding the conservation of the species, as the safari park is hoping the tigers will breed successfully and nurture future generations.