Residential Centres and Campsites
We have five outdoor centres and two campsites located across England, from County Durham to Sussex.
All of them can be booked by Woodcraft Folk groups or others for weekends or longer.
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This converted railway station is nine miles from the seaside town of Southwold in Suffolk and sleeps 22 in seven bedrooms, with a garden that can be used for a small amount of overflow camping. A great location for exploring the Suffolk heathland coast.
For further information including booking enquiries, please visit www.darshamcountrycentre.org.uk
This residential centre is located in a three-acre woodland site on the edge of the North Downs in Kent – an area of outstanding natural beauty. The centre can be self catering or full board, is open throughout the year and sleeps up to 40 people in eight bedrooms, with shower and toilet facilities.
To find out more and book please visit http://www.cudhameac.org.uk/
Set in the northern Pennines, this self-catering centre has 30 beds in five dormitories with disabled accommodation and separate male/female washrooms. It has a fully equipped kitchen and can also accommodate up to ten small tents.
This is a seventeenth century farmhouse high above the Calder Valley between Todmorden and Hebden Bridge, in West Yorkshire. It is owned by the Woodcraft Folk and used by groups of up to 30 children and young people – or adults who don’t mind sleeping on the floor!
To find out more and book please visit http://www.heightgate.org.uk
These two converted barns and a farmhouse in the Peak District are owned and managed by The Woodcraft Folk. The centre provides a great base for outdoor residential education for youth groups, schools, public sector and voluntary organisations and companies. A perfect venue from which to explore the Peak District National Park.
To find out more and book please visit http://www.lockerbrook.org.uk/
At forty-two acres, this campsite offers tremendous scope for both small and larger group camps. The site has been sensitively developed and includes a range of facilities. There are opportunities for activities including archery.
For more information about the site and how to book please visit http://www.woodcraft.org.uk/outdoorcentre/park-farm
Scarlett's Campsite, East Grinstead, West Sussex
This 4.5 acre campsite is surrounded by woods and offers a convenient location for group camps. It is well away from busy roads and offers a water tap, kitchen area with fireplace and a cesspit.
To book, call Graham Ruse on 020 8764 4386