Camping Season is upon us, and we are gearing up for the Summer here in Droitwich with our Annual Tent Show!
Between 2nd July and 7th August, we will have a large selection of tents on display for your viewing pleasure! Whether you are planning a climbing expedition in Patagonia or a family camping trip to the Cotswolds, we have the tent for you!
We will also have a large range of camping equipment, as well as extremely knowledgeable staff who will be more than happy to answer any camping queries you may have.
Make sure you pop along and start planning the perfect Summer getaway!
Drop in to our Huge Summer Season Tent Show Event and meet your District Scout Group on 16th and 17th July.
This is a great opportunity to see what Scouting is all about, take part in new skills and meet the people driving Scouting in the Bromsgrove District
The Scouting Association the UK’s largest mixed youth organisation. They change lives by offering 6- to 25-year-olds fun and challenging activities, unique experiences, everyday adventure and the chance to help others so that they make a positive impact in communities.
Scouts helps children and young adults reach their full potential. Scouts develop skills including teamwork, time management, leadership, initiative, planning, communication, self-motivation, cultural awareness and commitment. They help young people to get jobs, save lives and even change the world.
Drop in to our Huge Summer Season Tent Show Event and learn more about The National Trust on Sunday the 24th July!
This is a great opportunity to meet local representatives from the National Trust and learn more about this fantastic organisation.
The National Trust is a charity founded in 1895 by three people who saw the importance of our nation’s heritage and open spaces and wanted to preserve them for everyone to enjoy. More than 120 years later, these values are still at the heart of everything they do. They look after special places throughout England, Wales and Northern Ireland for ever, for everyone.
As a charity they rely for income on membership fees, donations and legacies, and revenue raised from their commercial operations.
They have over 4.5 million members and 62,000 volunteers. More than 20 million people visit their pay for entry properties, while an estimated 100 million visit their open air properties.
They protect and open to the public over 350 historic houses, gardens and ancient monuments.