How much does it cost?
The cost is £83 per person for the weekend, this is increased to £94 on 1st November 2018, increased to £105 on 1st February 2018 and goes to £116 for bookings after 1st June 2018
What if I want to cancel my place?
Cancellations will receive a full refund if made within 7 working days from receipt of confirmation of booking from CVM. After period of 7 working days the following terms apply:
* Cancellations will receive a 50% refund if made by 28 February 2018
* Cancellations made from 1 March 2018 onwards will receive no refund (therefore cancellations of bookings that have been booked after 1 March will receive a full refund if made within 7 working days of booking confirmation. However cancellations made after 7 working days will receive nothing)
* Names may be transferred without charge until 1 week before the event.
What if I get thirsty?
There will be free tea and coffee available for you to help yourself to all weekend… bring your own mug if you don’t want us to cut down too many rainforests. There will also be a bar on site and soft drinks for sale from the food outlets.
Do I have to bring my own tent?
Yes. Bring your own tent
Alternatively, for a fee you can have a tent and some mod cons provided for you. More information here
What about caravans?
Yes, you can bring a caravan or motorhome but there is no waste disposal available. Please note that we are also unable to offer any electric hook ups – even if you need it to keep you alive! There is a caravan site in Lechlade (approx 2 miles) which can accommodate you.
Can I off load all my kit from my car at the campsite?
There are two camping areas.
Area 1 is for all caravans / camper vans / trailer tents / tents and any combination thereof! In this area you can drive to your camping pitch, drop your kit off and then move the car to the dedicated parking area.
Area 2 is tents only. For this area you will park in the car park, off load your kit onto one of our trailers which will be then towed by an off road buggy to the camping field. Hand trollies will also be available in addition to the motorised land train. No cars are allowed on the grass of Area 2.
For departure the same routines will be in force!
What if I want to be in a group?
One person can book in a whole group at once using the group booking form. You will receive an email reply which will allow you to add names to the group later if you do not know them when you make the booking. Otherwise, individuals can book and pay for themselves, and add a group leader name to their form, so that you can be grouped together. If you have a mixture of caravans/campervans and tents in your group, we will do our best to site you together, but this may not be possible (depending on the ground conditions on site). However, the site is small so you won't ever be far away.
Will there be meetings?
Yep – we have one very large marquee where main meetings will take place, and there will be some opportunities for smaller groups to meet separately. There will be a few main meetings over the weekend, but plenty of time to relax too.
Will there be anything on offer for my not yet believing mates?
We will be hosting some ‘just looking’ sessions where your friends (and you!) will be able to ask any questions you have, and join others for discussion.
Where can I hang out with my mates other than in my 2 man tent?
There will be a mess tent where you can get a drink and eat your food, hang out, play X-Box, arm wrestle, make top ten lists, read, relax and chat.
I’m coming with mates – can we camp together?
We will try to group you together if we can (there is a box to add the group contact name in on the online booking form), but the site isn’t massive, so you won’t be miles apart.
I have physical needs – can I come?
Yes – We are doing everything we can to make the camp accessible for you. The site has a hard track around 2 sides that will make moving around easier, however, it is a farm, so there may be some areas of the site that are more difficult to access. Please let us know when you book if you have extra needs so that we can make sure your van/tent is in the best place.
Disabled parking and camping is available near the site centre, please let us know if you need a pass for this car park.
What if I don’t want to camp?
You can stay off site and come in daily – below is a list of nearby places to stay. You need to book in online (same cost as staying on site) and book your own accommodation.