Good Morning [Quaker] Campers...

Quaker Campers meet each year at varying locations around Great Britain. The camp is for all ages, and provides a comfortable community atmosphere for everyone to enjoy.

Catering is individual, but Quaker Campers normally hire a large field for a week's camping, and there is plenty of room for communal activities such the short daily Meeting for Worship, the 'entertainments' and the shared pudding ... very much enjoyed, particularly by the younger element! There are usually around 100 people between about 30 tents and caravans.

There is also plenty of opportunity for bonding; between adults, dogs, teenagers, and children ... and occasionally between these groups! There are normally a couple of 'convoy' trips, such as the group's trips to the Eden Project in 2001.

Quaker Campers plan to camp from 7 August to 14 August 2021 at Meredith Farm near Llancloudy in Herefordshire.

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In 2020, some Quaker Campers were able to return to White Mark Farm near Watlington in Oxfordshire.

The 2019 camp was held at Bank House Farm near Hulme End in the Peak District

The 2018 camp was held at Cromer Camping in Norfolk

The 2017 camp was held at White Mark Farm near Watlington in Oxfordshire

The 2016 camp was held at Hutton-le-Hole Caravan Park in North Yorkshire.

The 2015 camp was held at Vaenol Farm Caravan Park at Tywyn in Gwynedd.

The 2014 camp was held at Bracelands camping site in the Forest of Dean.

The 2013 camp was held at Barn Farm Campite near Birchover in Derbyshire

The 2012 camp was held at Diglea Caravan And Camping Park near Snettisham in Norfolk

The 2011 camp was held at Horam Manor in Sussex.

The 2010 camp was held at Vaenol Farm Caravan Park at Tywyn in Gwynedd.

The 2009 camp was held at Golden Square near Helmsley in North Yorkshire

The 2008 camp was held at Norden Farm near Corfe Castle in Dorset.

The 2007 camp was held at Waddecar Scout Camp & Activity Centre in the Forest of Bowland, Lancashire.

The 2006 camp was held at Horam Manor in East Sussex (12 miles from Eastbourne).

In 2005 we camped at Beachcomber Campsite at Goswick Sands in Northumberland.
Some of the young people visited the Edinburgh Festival fringe and wrote a report on their experience!

In 2004 we camped at Holmsley camping site near Bransgore in the New Forest.

In 2003 we sweltered in record temperatures at Bracelands in the Forest of Dean!

Over the years, Quaker Campers have camped at various locations around Great Britain

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