The camp is in an exclusive camping field. There will be a large marquee where families can meet and the activities are held in. It will be a lovely relaxed weekend with plenty of opportunities for children to play with other adopted children, make new friends, create memories and parents network with other adopters. All with others who really do understand and get it. 

All pitches have electric included in the price. You can set up from 2pm on the Friday and must be off site by 12 noon on the Monday. 
Tents, caravans, motor homes and camper vans all very welcome. 

There will be a large marquee on the field with picnic benches, a large fridge, tea, coffee, fruit squash and a kettle in for communal use. 

During the weekend, activities will take place for everyone to join in with as they wish including - 

T-shirt designing

Slime making

Biscuit decorating


Camp fire (weather dependent)


S'mores and much more.

Children will need to be supported by their parents. Looking for volunteers to assist/run activities during the weekend.

The camp is self-catering although tea, coffee and squash will be available at all times. 

Tents, caravans, motorhomes and camper vans all allowed on site.

Parents are responsible for their children at all times.

Key details

Date - 2pm Friday 26th July 2024 to 12 noon Monday 29th July 2024

Cost - £25 booking fee for the camp. The National lottery are funding the camp. 

If you are not in a position to pay the £25 booking fee but would like to attend the camp, please contact [email protected]

Please book 1 place for your family and 1 booking fee.

Dogs allowed but must be on a lead at all times.

Quotes from those who have attended previous camps - 

"At camp he was so happy, happier than I’ve seen him in a very long time maybe ever. He felt accepted, included and that there are children just like him. It’s changed his outlook considerably he even says he feels happy now."

"I love camp. It is much more than just a camp, it's a big family.  The coming together of adopters and their kids of multiple age ranges, with varying levels of experience is so, so valuable.   I don't know any other adoption activity that builds community in this way.  The opportunity to 'just be', to be accepted, to fit in 'warts and all' is what makes camp so very important.  The more experienced adopters support and 'mentor' the newer ones, everyone plays to their strengths and we all just fit together like one giant jigsaw. There is always someone who has lived your experience who can support you.  It is so special to be somewhere where you are accepted."

Tickets are not transferable.

Any questions, please email [email protected]

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