Sutton Family Camp 2023
Hey there, Campers!
We are back with a brand new feel for 2023! Did you miss us? Well we missed you!
Calling all campers…
Welcoming families with children
and young adults ages 18+
When is it…?
Sat, 12th – 19th August 2023 D.V.
A camp for families…
This year we’re trying something a little different to previous years… Introducing Sutton Family Camp – focusing on bringing families and young adults together.
So if you’d like to come along with your children, toddlers, parents, uncles, aunties or grandparents etc – you are warmly invited to join us!
If you’d like to come on your own we ask that only those aged 18+ book on, as we are unable to allow under 18’s on camp unless accompanied by a parent or guardian this year.
Please refer to our FAQ’s for further details…
Every year we delve into the scriptures to learn more about Gods word.
We tailor our scripture to suit all ages, from toddlers up to adult learning.
We are currently working on getting our scripture sessions prepared, but for now our scripture theme for this year is based around
Friendships in the Bible.
The site – Football, Volleyball, Table tennis and a whole field of room to play on!
Beach – We have a local beach just a 10-15 minute walk from the site.
Free time – Being a family camp we encourage everyone to get involved, but realise sometimes you just want some free time to go for a walk, or head to the beach. We try to create a balance between organised games and free times to enjoy your holiday.
Every year on camp we have a fancy dress night, this year’s theme is Book characters!
We also organise plenty of activities which include; Bonfire nights, singing praise, walks, star gazing, bring a board game, pyjama cinema party, sand castle competitions and crafts.
Not to mention a few Sutton Camp staples like; It’s a knockout, Desert Storm and Camp Concert!
2 x adult and 2 x children (ages 3-15): £420
2 x adult 1 x child: £350
1 x adult 2 x child: £280
For families planning on bringing more than two children please email us in order to calculate your special rate.
(Applicable to those aged 16 or over): £140
Babies/toddlers ages 0-2 come free
Children – ages 3-15
16+ = adult
We would never want the price of camp to stop you from coming along so if there is something we can do to help – please get in touch!
For help with booking and payment please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you’re looking for a week away with family and friends surrounded by Welsh fields, camping under the stairs and sharing fellowship together – then this camp is definitely for you!
Yes and yes – there is a hot shower, sink and flushable toilet block just for our campsite to use a few meters away from the marquee.
There are 3 x separate areas, 1 x male, 1 x female and 1 x accessible – all possess showers, toilets and sinks
If you’d like to know more about the facilities on camp – please get in touch.
We have a main marquee on camp where we prepare, cook and eat our meals inside here we have a semi functioning kitchen which is sectioned off to reduce access for younger campers without a guardian. Complete with a large oven, storage space for pots/pans and utensils and food prep areas.
There are a number of preconstructed tents on site for our campers to sleep in.
There is a toilet, shower and sink block for us to use.
There is a separate kitchen, complete with a boiling water urn, ovens, fridges and freezer.
Next to this area is also a washing up area with running water for us to clean up in.
There is electricity on site available within the main marquee, bible teaching/storage tent, Shower/Toilet Block and Kitchen/Washing up area.
The campsite is very flat and open plan so has a large area for football and volleyball. The marquee usually has a table tennis table put up and we encourage campers to bring a pack of cards and board games in preparation for the Welsh weather!
As a Greenmeadow camp, it is important for us to follow the guidelines for enjoying a safe week on camp for everyone. The campsite is located on a quiet single track road surrounded by stone walls and a couple of manual gates, with some open access areas into the next campsite along. Cars are used as little as possible when on site and there is a designated area in the far side of the campsite for parking. There is also a speed limit enforced of 5mph, should you need to drive on the camp site.
A typical day starts with a gentle wake up call (for those who might need it) with us all meeting in the marquee for breakfast. Those with duties on the day will get up earlier and prepare this for us.
Following breakfast we tidy up and get ready for a mid-late morning scripture session, we usually do some singing and have music gathering together afterwards.
Next up is lunch in the marquee or out and about depending on the plan for that day.
An afternoon will usually bring a fun group activity or a day trip out.
Then in the evening we get together in the marquee and have dinner followed by another activity or light games, before hot drinks and cookies before bed!
Enough clothes for the week and ones that cater to all weathers!
Any bedding e.g. camp bed/blow up mattress, sleeping bag, pillows, blankets or even a hot water bottle if you like being extra toasty when sleeping.
Towel and toiletries.
Bible, praise the lord any your musical instrument if you have one!
Games to keep yourself entertained during rainy days such as playing cards or even a board game.
Your fancy dress costume – don’t forget!
Your suitcase wouldn’t be complete for the welsh weather without a weatherproof coat and wellies!
Anything else you might be lost without for a week of camp and fun!
We hope that this has helped with everything you need to know about our camp and we hope you’ll like to join us and be a special part of it!
But if there is anything else you’d like information on, please get in touch with us.
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