Category Archives: Camping and Caravanning

The site pitches

This is an old post (2012 ish), created to promote the camping field. This is basically Phils mowed lawn where we get the occasional campers who can do propper camping without an electric hook up.  We don’t get many visitors here as we are known as a hideaway site and is mostly for those who want a peaceful , quiet site.

Our two Glamping units are tucked away down the corner of the land, passing ‘Buttrcups field’ in the lower corner of the land amongst the trees and by the ponds.

This is a Certificated Site (CS). These select sites are small, privately run campsites that operates under the Club’s jurisdiction and can only accommodate up to 5 caravans or motorhomes and up to 10 trailer tents or tents.

Original Site information

This site is in a beautiful area with lovely views and camping lawn. The new Craft Shepherds Hut is a place to potter and share crafty ideas! On site tutorials are to be arranged including beading, jewellery, crochet, knitting, encaustic wax, willow and more.. The smallholdings vintage vehicles provide a talking point for enthusiasts, an airstream, 1947 show wagon and pretty gypsy wagon. (Gypsy pod can be hired only £25 p.n.) We aim for self sufficiency in pork, beef, eggs and vegetables. We sell spare produce when we can. There are two natural ponds encouraging wild life. There is a nature hide where an otter was spotted. Dragon flies and birds can be seen in the new woodlands and pathways meander around the rapidly growing trees. It is peaceful and tranquil, willow is evident everywhere with domes, tunnels and hedges, and other structures are planned as the new willow craft emerges.

Camping and Caravanning Club

Big Sites Book Reference: 126/028

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