Rallies & Club visits

Available Dates for club rallies – See Free/Busy Information page

BTAC is an education site and groups meeting our charitable and education aims have priority booking, however when schools are not in residence, the site is available for other organised groups and clubs to use.  You can bring your own self contained units (tents and cooking facilities), or the group can book our tents and be catered for.  We are unable to cater for individuals bookings, meals on offer during any group booking must be agreed by the group leader in advance.  

Note: we can only accept three caravans at any one time, so any group wanting to bring caravans MUST book well in advance, (or be an exempted organisation e.g. Scouts, Guides, Camping Club etc)

Groups will have use of their designated field space, water points, toilets, and showers.  They do not have free access to the marsh, outdoor classroom or to the other buildings including the classroom.  Supported access can be booked for specific activities/events/meals but this may incur an additional cost.

Booking Forms

Booking form for the group as a whole (to be completed by the group Organiser)

Booking form for individual group members (PDF)

Booking form for attendees at short meets & rallies (2024)

Booking form for attendees at weeklong meets 2024

Standard prices for 2024 are:


Own tent pitch £10.50 / £11.50 per person per night 

Caravans/campervans £21 /£23 per night for two people (Max 3 ’vans allowed on site, ADVANCE BOOKING ONLY)

Additional people per night within either tent or van pitch £10.50 / £11.50

BTAC tent (shared up to 4 people) £25.50 per head per night (incl breakfast) – bring pillow & sleeping bag, we provide bed, mattress & blankets (plus £17 supplement for single occupancy))

Day visitors £4.50

Catering: Please check with your group leader before ordering meals to confirm what has been agreed for your group.

Breakfast £8.50;
Evening meal (may be a BBQ on Sat) £15.00

Please advise of ALL dietary restrictions, allergies, etc 5 days in advance otherwise we cannot cater for them!

Note: there are discounted rates for Scouts, Guides and other youth groups, and special rates for DoE expeditions

We are not an public licensed camp site, we are NOT open for camping by individual members of the general public

Further information can be obtained by emailing your questions to bookings@btac-services.co.uk

Site information

  1. The site is a gently sloping grass field within a hedgerow boundary, with drinking water, hot water washing up area and toilet emptying point into a cesspit, green (environmentally appropriate) chemicals only for your use.
  2. Individuals within a group must not arrive before the groups agreed arrival time
  3. For your safety, we operate a “six metre rule” which means that self contained units (excluding guy ropes) should be 6 metres apart from adjacent self contained units in order to protect against fire.
  4. There is no electric hook up or electric car charging on this site
  5. Generators may only be used only at the discretion of the BTAC team who will advise of the most appropriate running times. We may ask you to refrain from using them if they cause a disturbance.
  6. The group leader can request access to a freezer for refreezing blocks for cool boxes.
  7. No children under the age of 18 years old are to be left unaccompanied on site.
  8. For site safety a 5mph speed limit must be adhered to at all times.
  9. Noise must be kept to a reasonable level at all times so as not to disturb the enjoyment of others.  We ask that there be no noise or movement of vehicles between 10pm and 7am.
  10. Rubbish should be recycled wherever possible; euro bins are proved at the front gate for both recycling and general rubbish.
  11. Emptying and cleaning of chemical toilets must only be done at a chemical disposal point, green (environmentally appropriate) chemicals only.
  12. Fire safety –  
    No open fires.  
    BBQ’s must be raised off the ground by at least 18 inches.
    Potable gas cooker must be raised off the ground by at least 8 inches.
    Every unit must have a bucket of water outside the front of it.
    Caravans, motor caravans, campervans etc should have a fire extinguisher.
    Units must be at least six metres apart.
    Candles must not be used in or near tents/awnings.
    Cigarettes must not be dropped onto the floor and be completely out before being put into a bin.


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