These rules have been created for the benefit of all our campsite users. Please abide by them and enjoy your stay with us.
Please adhere to our site rules at all times. General bad or inappropriate behaviour will not be tolerated.
NOISE – Our noise curfew is
between 11pm & 7am. Within this time all radios, TVs and engines must be muted. Please respect your fellow guests and keep noise to an absolute minimum. These rules are in place for the enjoyment of EVERYONE staying on site.
All farm buildings, barns, sheds
and old clay work structures
are strictly out of bounds. We
treat wilful misuse, damage and destruction of property seriously and offenders will be asked to terminate their stay.
The campsite is on private property and you must respect all
We expect our staff to be treated with respect and consideration at all times.
Dogs are welcome on site but we ask they are kept on a lead (2m MAX.) at all times and are not permitted to roam freely. You should not leave pets unattended on site at any time; animals can get very distressed in unfamiliar environments.
Please ensure you clean up after your dog – bins are provided.
FARM ANIMALS – Under no circumstances should farm animals be harassed or chased. Please do not feed the animals, even if you think the food is suitable for them as unrestricted diets can cause serious health problems.
Parents or guardians are wholly responsible for the behaviour of children and minors in their care at all times. Children are expected to remain on the campsite fields unless accompanied by an adult.
Children are not permitted to congregate and play in any of the facilities on site.
FACILITIES – Children under 10 years old must be supervised by a responsible adult at all times whilst using any on-site facilities.
CYCLING – Bicycles/scooters/ebikes or similar are not permitted to be ridden down to the shop or on any road/track on-site. Only to be used on grass or in the events
VEHICLES ON SITE
The speed limit across the entire site including access roads is 5mph at all times.
We operate a zero-tolerance policy regarding dangerous driving and offenders will be asked to terminate their stay.
Please avoid excessive and unnecessary use of vehicles on site, particularly driving to and from the facilities, especially after 10pm or when the ground is wet.
Barbeques are permitted but must be raised off the ground. Small fires are permitted in fire pits only. Barbeques and campfires must be fully contained and under close supervision at all times.
Fires are an extreme hazard and excessive smoke can be a nuisance to others. Campers are only permitted to use kiln-dried or well seasoned wood which can be purchased from the farm shop. Campers are not permitted to use any wood found on site or in the surrounding woodland.
Sorry, we do not allow disposable BBQ’s on site.
Please do not dispose of ash anywhere other than the specific ash bins provided throughout the site.
RECYCLING – Please be diligent when disposing of your waste and separate general waste, food, dry mixed recycling, glass and ashes into the correct bins provided.
FOOD WASTE – Do not throw away any food waste or containers into the hedges or undergrowth- please use the designated bins provided.
WASTE WATER – All waste water and chemical waste must be collected in a suitable container and disposed of correctly at one of our drain points.
FIRE SAFETY – Fire safety regulations stipulate that there must be a 6-metre gap between each unit so please observe this when pitching, particularly in our unmarked non-electric field. Any unit that we consider to be pitched incorrectly will be asked to move.
Electric pitches are marked by two yellow boundary posts and a post in the centre with your pitch number. Please pitch in front of the central post to allow maximum space between you and your neighbour. Please keep everything including vehicles and windbreaks within the boundary posts and avoid using our posts to anchor tents or washing lines.
No empty units are to be left on site for long periods of time.
Washing of units, boats or equipment on site is not permitted.
The owners will not accept any liability in respect of any person, or the property of any person using the site.
The campsite is on a working farm in a very rural area. Please always follow the Countryside Code.
The campsite and surrounding areas are private property and the management always reserve the right of entry.
Any person wilfully disregarding these rules risks being asked to leave the site.