Friday 14th April

  • Arrive from 4pm Friday to set up camp
  • Start cooking pizzas for tea from 5pm. Basic vegetarian ingredients (cheese, tomatoes, mushrooms, onions, pineapple) will be provided and we invite you to bring their own ingredients if there’s anything specific you want
  • Marshmallows for toasting over the fire will be provided along with drumming around the fire with Ade Powell from 6pm
  • Sleep in your tent when you’re ready!


Saturday 15th April

Breakfast club from 7am. Cereal and toast will be provided for you to help yourselves

Free to play and enjoy the garden with help from Sami Key the following activities will be available:

  • Build a hazel and willow tepee type structure for our listening space (over by the tree house)
  • Weave willow borders around the herb gardens planted by Natalie on the 1st April
  • Decorate the cob oven base with mosaic tiles
  • Making hanging decorations for the listening space
  • Decorating cobbles and slates to use as plant labels for the herb garden
  • A nature hunt


If you wish to attend the Camp-Out (both days) the cost is: £5.50 per person

If you only wish to attend on Saturday the cost is: Free


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