Field 1

Field 2

Both fields with under 50 campers

Both fields with over 50 campers

 

Scout & Guide Groups

£1 per person per night

£1 per person per night

£1.50 per person per night

£1 per person per night

 

School & Youth Groups

£2 per person per night

£2 per person per night

£2.50 per person per night

£1.50 per person per night

 

DofE & Ten Tors Training Groups

£1 per person per night

£1 per person per night

£1.50 per person per night

£1 per person per night

 

DofE Expedition Groups

(4-7 walkers/campers of just young people)

50p per person for one night only,

usually located along the bottom hedge (subject to other users), we ask that groups hiring the site except and welcome these “unaccompanied” young people to a small corner of their site & allow access to the toilets and tap

 

Scout & Guide Groups Only

Term Time Special offer

Any non-bank holiday weekend during term time, will only cost you 50p per night, per field. We also won’t charge you to use the site of an evening for Scouting activities, with prior booking!

 

 

1 Day or 1 Night Hire

Weekend Hire

(Up to 2 nights,

3 Days)

Week Hire

(5-7 nights, 6-8 Days)

Pioneering Poles, Ropes & Barrels

Free

Free

Free

Trek Cart

Free

Free

Free

Toilets in Sheds

Free (need to supply own Elson Blue)

Free (need to supply own Elson Blue)

Free (need to supply own Elson Blue)

Grass Sledges (pair)

£40

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£150 (5 Days only)

Wood Turbo Stoves

£2 Each

£5 Each or 5 for £20

£15 Each or 5 for £60

Coming Soon

Archery Butts (pair)

£5

Coming Soon

                            £10

£10 (But please share if other groups wish to use them)

Coming Soon

Dutch Ovens with Stands

£2 Each

Coming Soon

                 £5 Each or 5 for £20

£15 Each or 5 for £60

 

 

 

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        Callisham Cross in WW2

We received this e-mail about Callisham Cross and thought it may of interest to those of you who camp at Callisham:

I'm not sure if any of your groups use the Callisham Cross Campsite at Yelverton but if they do I thought the kids maybe interested in knowing about my research in the area. Just IN the woods,  at the far left hand corner of the second field,   is a large depression in the ground. This is the blown up remains of a World War 2  Auxiliary Unit Operational  Base.  During World War 2 a SECRET resistance organisation was set up in the event of German invasion. 6-8 local men who knew the land were chosen and trained in explosives, silent killing and gurrilla warfare. In the event of invasion they would have gone to ground, living out of these secret underground bases. Under the cover of darkness they would have came out to blow up railways, roads, bridges etc to slow the German advance.  Please see this link for more general information about the units http://www.coleshillhouse.com or see below for what I have found out so far on a patrol on nearby Ugborough http://www.coleshillhouse.com/ugborough-auxiliary-unit-patrol.php .  Just thought some of the kids may be interested in the thought that had they camped there during the war they would have been camped next to this secret base containing enough explosives to blow up half of Plymouth.

 


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