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The Adventure Park is now closed to all day visitors this includes the quad bike trails, segway treks, high ropes course, footgolf course and the play area.

For day visitors looking to head to North Yorkshire, we would recommend Thorp Perrow Arboretum only a couple of miles down the road from Camp Hill. The Arboretum offers stunning grounds, play area, birds of prey centre and a team room - open daily 10am till 5pm.

Camp Hill & Camp Katur Glamping Guests staying on site can enjoy walking, running and biking trails around the grounds, still have the Woodland Kingdom park available and our Footgolf course is harder than ever. Above this, we have movie nights, created a walled kitchen garden and our Old Hay Barn Pub serving the best Yorkshire ale around.

*Please note facilities on site are for glamping guests only due to the current circumstances and monitoring people on/off onsite.

The Importance of Reducing Single-use Plastic at Festivals

The Importance of Reducing Single-use Plastic at Festivals

Camp Hill supports the drive for reusable plastic at their annual Sausage and Beer Festival

Last month at Camp Hill's Sausage and Beer Festival is entered it’s fifth this year. From a standing start, the festival raised money for a defibrillator to be used locally and we continue to donate to Yorkshire Air Ambulance each year. The Festival now welcomes over 3,000  to the Estate, showcases over 16 local butchers for our ‘Yorkshire’s Best Sausage’ competition voted for by the public with the winner sizzling into the ‘Champion of Champions’ sausage competition in London and on top of that 22 locally brewed ales to the backdrop of 11 local bands.

This year the organisers felt it was crucial to try to minimise their plastic use so have turned to using re-usable festival cups to eliminate the environmental impact of single-use plastics and the needless resources to create them. Research from the Environment Journal explains over 3 billion people attend festivals in the UK each year with 23,500 tonnes of waste created with only 32% recycled, this must change. Small changes can make a huge impact to protect our environment.  Research suggests that as long as re-usable cups are used over 2.5 times the environmental effect is far less than one use cups. This is why we partnered with Happy Cups to create our bespoke festival cups which were available throughout the weekend here in Bedale.

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