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(3 - 30 August 2021 only) 

Undesignated grass pitches, designated private portaloo per booking, cold water standpipe for field.

Tariff: £8.50 per person per night (incl all children over 2years)
Minimum 2 people per pitch booking, maximum 6 people.
Minimum 2 nights booking at weekends


No showers. No campfires (BBQS and raised firebowls fine - bring your own). No dogs. Tents and small campervans only. No caravans.

**Absolutely no access to the main site facilities.**


Open for just 28 days in August 2021 our temporary pop-up camping meadow at Park Farm is a unique experience not to be missed!

It’s completely different from our main site back at the farm but we think it is just as special.

Located in one of our beautiful and wild hay meadows bordered with ancient trees, there is an abundance of space with just over 20 acres for only 40 pitches. It’s all about the simple things, starry skies, beautiful views, connecting nature and roaming outdoors.

The camping meadow is a few hundred yards down the road from the main farm and campsite. It is well signed from the road, and you drive along the edge of one of our wheat fields to get to it when you can then drive in and park where you decide to pitch (don’t drive on the undulating top half of the field though as you may get stuck!).

The facilities are simple but also just as unique. Each pitch/booking has it’s own designated private portable toilet near the entrance to the meadow for their exclusive use during their stay. In these times, this is the gold standard of COVID19 measures for campsites. There are no showers, but there is a standpipe to collect your drinking and washing up water from. Tents and small campervans only.

Unfortunately we are not able to allow campfires as the meadow will be returned to it’s pristine natural state in September. BBQs and raised firebowls are fine, as long as they are raised up and there is no damage to the grass beneath. The whole farm is in the environmental stewardship scheme but as unimproved grass land that has never even been ploughed (you can still see the remains of ridge and furrow dating from the middle ages), this meadow is the jewel in our conservation crown.   

All our normal rules apply – no large party groups, minimal noise from 9pm-9am, no amplified music, no dogs.


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