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The Secret Campsite is featured in The Guardian 13 February 2021

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Secret Campsite featured in Guardian newspaper
The Guardian Saturday 13 February 2021

Thankyou very much to The Guardian. We featured in their “30 UK campsites with availability for summer 2021” written by Rachel Dixon and Jane Dunford. They used a great photo, taken here by local photographer Nigel French

Guardian article featuring The Secret Campsite Lewes
Secret Campsite features in The Guardian article Saturday 13 February 2021

What they wrote

It was a great little piece describing our large, well screened pitches, 2 Secret Shelters (The Gridshell and Tree Tent) and our forward looking approach. This includes the provision of solar powered showers, electric car charge points and recycling facilities onsite, to minimise our environmental impact.

The Secret Teapot, our little takeaway cafe, created by our 3 children in 2013 was mentioned. They are now older teenagers and frequently found working at campsite reception. The article also mentioned our local village of Barcombe ( good local pub here), and the local town of Lewes

Connecting

Features like this are great. They raise the profile of our campsite which is brilliant for business. And help connect us with other interested organisations who share both our love of wildlife and the importance of connecting with nature. We are working towards creating a space which will really utilise green energy alternatives. This also helps support our local council, Lewes, to meet their commitment to zero carbon by 2030.

Our aims

At the Secret Campsite, we aim to give every visitor, irrespective of age, a great time here. And a little bit more. There’s a great Swedish word for it, Lagom.

We want you to go away having loved your little escape here. You may remember the glow worms at 10 pm on a warm August evening. Perhaps the owls hooting in the meadow at night. Or just the chance to catch up with friends over a local beer or cider around a campfire whilst your kids pootle around. We have even had a few marriage proposals take place here too. No wedding invites yet though.

Relax and reconnect

So whatever you take away with you when you leave, we want you to go feeling relaxed and reconnected to the natural world. We believe that being responsible with our environmental footprint and ensuring that we treat our wildlife neighbours considerately, is really important.

So stay tuned for news about our increased capacity of electric chargers, the new solar panels on the barn and our new wildlife area.

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