Is FW1 or NT2 your favourite pitch to camp on?
You may remember back in 2009 that we encouraged Groups to ‘Adopt a Site’. This meant that they would come here at least twice a year to work on their chosen ‘adopted’ site – clearing brambles, nettles, branches, etc.
We are now relaunching this idea so if there is a site that you really like camping on and feel that you can make a difference to its appearance then please do get in touch.
The benefits of adopting a site are:
- Cubs, can work towards their Naturalist or Environmental Conservation Activity Badge. Scouts can work towards their Outdoor Challenge Award, Community Impact Badge and Teamwork Challenge Award.
- You get first refusal at camping on your adopted site when staying at Frylands – this is especially handy when we have large events and the camp sites get snapped up by other Groups.
- You are making a massive difference to the quality of your future stays and are also impacting other Groups as well.
We do ask that you make a commitment of visiting your site at least twice a year to make improvements.
Click here for a map of the site. The sites in yellow have already been adopted by a Group.