OUR STORY- The Precis
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Have a look through our site. Explore the local area, wonderful walking and awesome attractions - there really is plenty to keep you all occupied, whether you are up for adventure, historic sites, walking, a quick trip to London or great pub grub! It'll be hard to fit in everything with just a few nights - so consider a longer stay, or even add extra nights when you arrive...
The campsite forms part of a wider network of farmed land down through Wooburn Green, Bourne End & up to Penn. The farm has a long history and has always put environmental management at the heart of its activity. The site is bordered and looks over old and ancient woodlands, and its patchwork of fields includes wild flower strips, meadows and fields used for small scale arable farming.
As the campsite is located on farmed land it is important that children/young people are kept under the supervision of a responsible adult and that signage and out of bound limits are adhered to.
We have a number of wild duck and deer on the farm, some of which help keep our campsite meat fridge full!
The site is spacious, and is purposefully running at a lower capacity this year to help support a safe and comfortable living environment for all our users.
We offer part furnished glamping bell tents, with seating, fire pit/bbq, beds, table and some basic provisions to get you going.
We also offer standard and extended camping pitches, to meet the needs of families and small peaceful groups.
WHAT WE HAVE:
- Male/Female Toilet Unit with hot water hand sinks
- Accessible wet room (toilet and shower) with Baby Change facility
- Drinking water taps
- Pots & Pans Wash-up area (with AM/PM hot water)
- A wash up rinse sink (cold water)
- Hot Running Showers, included in your pitch fee
- Open spaces for recreation
- A dedicated dog waste bin.
- On site shop, with local produce, local meat, snacks and some camping supplies
- Views down the valley to the Wye Stream (a rare chalk stream)
- A venue for those who respect the countryside and other campsite users, by being respectful, not playing loud music and adhering to our booking T's & C's
- Lots of flints! It is a stony site, so be aware when planning your pegs and mallets
- We are next to fantastic walking routes, including Farm Wood just a stroll away, great for a bimble or a dog walk.
Take a look at the gallery for images of our facilities.
WHAT WE DON'T HAVE:
- We cannot provide charging points for phones and devices, there is no charging electric on site.
- We do not have WIFI on the site (though phone signal & 4G is strong).
- We cannot provide any of our shared play facilities (e.g. swings/slides) this year due to COVID-19 restrictions.
- We don't have facilities for large group bookings, including stag/hen do's and the like - we aim to be a small intimate site for peaceful users.
- We take bookings for those 21 and over, unless accompanied by an adult over the age of 25.
- We are not a remote and rural site, tucked away from everything ... it is one of the reasons there is lots to do locally!
Read our T's & C's for more information.
ADVICE TO ENJOY YOUR STAY
"Philip and his team have worked on many projects, both camping and wider afield. It is so exciting that they are finally getting Hedsor Field camping off the ground."
Alison Prickett, Reading
"What a fantastic idea, despite everything going on in the UK, to get this venture up and running and support the local rural economy."
Cameron Brown, Bristol
"I know Philip and his team will do everything they can to ensure your stay is enjoyable. They are such a lovely community focused group."
Hannah Ridley, York
Your happiness and enjoyment is our top priority. We have staff on site or just a quick call away; we are happy to support you as best we can. Before you pack the car up, take a read of our top tips and ideas to enjoy your stay that little bit more.
What to bring?
- A mallet for hammering in those pegs - the ground is a little dry and is quite stony in places
- A water carrier or buy some 'large 5L' bottles of water from a supermarket - this reduces the number of trips to the water tap!
- Games? Balls? Boules? Racquets? Things for the kids?
- Some people bring an extra groundsheet for protection from damp, and as extra padding.
- Torches / Hanging lanterns / Solar Lights (all charged up/fresh batteries)
- Wind break?
- Stove / BBQ /Disposable BBQ
[You can only use fire pits hired through the site]
- Chairs, Camping Table, Picnic Blanket, benches
- Washing up bowl and cloth/liquid
- Cool Box / Bag / ice blocks [ice can be purchased from our shop]
- All those essential cupboard items (cooking oil, ketchup, salt, pepper, tea, coffee, milk, sugar)
- Your sleeping gear, air beds (pump?), roll mats, camp beds, sleeping bags, pillows
- Wellies (if wet?) and decent walking boots for local strolls
- Cash (as we are largely cash only on site)
- Dog lead and ground peg, water bowl, food and towels/rugs
If you intend to do your own cooking!
- Pots, pans, frying pan, colander
- Mixing bowls, Tupperware
- Chopping board
- Serving utensils and sharp knives
- Matches / Ligther
SEE COVID PAGE FOR FURTHER GUIDANCE ON SANITATION AND HEALTH.