The Biblins Campsite provides a unique opportunity for children, young people and community groups to camp and engage with nature, with many schools using the site as a stopover site on Duke of Edinburgh expeditions and other groups staying on site whilst engaging in hiking, canoeing and environmental education. It can also be used by larger groups – with 13 pitches holding between 25 and 70 campers per pitch, along with up to 19 under cover in the Burrow – and facilities are being developed to allow groups who don’t have their own equipment to camp.
As new tenants of the Biblins Campsite, Woodcraft Folk have been working hard all Spring to freshen up the site – cleaning, painting, litter picking and gardening. Woodcraft Folk members are now ready to share their ideas and consult others on future plans for the site, including what to do with the Bunkhouse and whether or not we should open a Forest School or Woodcraft Folk group on the site.
If you are passionate about supporting children and young people to engage in nature then come along.