Girlguiding campsites essex
Lady Baden-Powell attended the meeting and gave an address.In this she explained the objects of the Guiding movement, with particular reference to the World War I, at that time in progress.An exhibition was held at Gawthorpe Hall to coincide with the Girl Guides' centenary to celebrate the contribution of Rachel Kay-Shuttleworth.Rachel Kay-Shuttleworth was the first County Commissioner for the Girl Guides in Lancashire and contributed to the movement on a national level.The site is open all year and has areas available for ‘backwoods’ camping.It is within walking distance of Brightlingsea and has easy access by public transport to the historic town of Colchester, and the seaside towns of Clacton, Walton-on-the-Naze & Frinton.It has campsites, indoor accommodation, conference facilities, and equipment for a range of activities.
The site has a resident, full-time warden and is open all year round.
Please explore our site to find out more about this wonderful park and the facilities we can offer to make your stay most enjoyable, including our newly opened Constable Cabin which includes a hall for activities and equipped kitchen for cooking.
Please use the attached form to request a camp site be added to the list.
All of our campsites can be equipped or unequipped, and have solid shelter and flush toilets.
There is a central shower block, payphone, fridge/freezer room and mobile phone charging points.
It is ideally situated for trips to central London, as well as days out in Essex.