Mammal trap at the secret campsite

The tickets for this years Secret Wildlife Festival run in conjunction with Sussex Wildlife Trust go on sale next Tuesday 10th March and they sell like hot cakes.

Have a look at our earlier post about this years festival.

The tickets will be live for booking from Tuesday at 1:00pm. So, put down that gourmet sandwich, or the recently foraged wild garlic pesto pitta and head over to the website. We only have 18 pitches available for the weekend and it is filled with a wide range of exciting activities.

Bushcraft activities at the secret campsite wildlife festival near lewes

What happens

Weekend events include: Moth Trapping, Woodland walks, glow worm hunts, Butterfly and bug nets. Each evening we set mammal traps, hedgehog tunnels and prime the camera for sometrail camera footage. The trail camers is positioned at different parts of Knowlands Wood to see who we share the space with.

Buff tip moth at the secret campsite

Doors to the Secret Cinema are thrown open on Sunday morning when we get to see what the camers have picked up.

You can read what happened at last years festival here.

Saturday evening is the bring your own barbecue where festival goers get to discuss the days activities. You can do this as you cook some sausages or vegetarian options on the campsite barbecue. Its a popular spot for the first drink of the day.

Although the weekend is filled with a wide range of activities and events, you dont have to join everything. The more relaxed amongst you can pick and chose the talks and walks you want to attend. You can then spend time relaxing around a campfire to the sites and sounds of nature.

We have minimal light pollution at the Secret Campsite and this enables a fantastic star show on clear nights. So, as the children attempt to drop off, you can pick out the space station flying overhead.

Want to join us?

You can sign up here to go on our mailing list and be pre-warned for when tickets go on sale each year. It also allows you to be sent any late availability that we have when campers cancel their trips at the last minute. As if anyone would?

The weekend is hosted by Michael Blencowe and his amazing team of experts from the Trust. To date we have raised in excess of £18,000 to support their work around Sussex.

Tickets for the festival are Adults £84, Children 3-16 £42, Under 3’s £15.

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