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03.04.2015
Nothing much happeningWe went up to the farm business innovation show recently in our quest to find some like minded people with land who could create their own idyllic campsite along the lines of our campsite near Lewes in East Sussex. The show was great fun and my sister Liz and I met heaps of people interested in finding out more about starting their own campsite, from Inverness and Anglesey to Penzance. There are a few things we need, hospitality in spades, a great location coupled with a site having  plenty of scope to become a tranquil haven for wildlife. At this time of year everything has slowed down here, apart from the weird structure that left Jason’s office yesterday morning en route to an installation in the south west.
Here are a few pictures of the sheep hard at work around the camping meadow and a view down the old railway track that links us to Barcombe and the charms of the royal oak pub. Sheep arrive to graze the camping meadowJust like last year we are hosting to Owenas small flock of Shetland sheep, who will be grazing the camping areas over the winter. By keeping the grass grazed we avoid the site turning into scrub although some areas are left for a few years before we allow the sheep in. Sussex Wildlife Trust run a brilliant landscape management course which I went on a few years ago and the campsite is managed along these lines to ensure that we encourage lots of varied Sussex wildlife into the camping meadows for our campers to enjoy.


There's no room in the inn – at least not for a while at Sussex's first and only tree tent. The Secret Campsite is located at Brickyard Farm in Town Littleworth, a small hamlet between the villages of Barcombe, Newick and South Chailey. Bookings have been full to the brim for the tree tent, which is suspended three metres above the forest floor by a series of ropes, located between three sturdy oak trees on the edge of ancient woodland overlooking the campsite. Jason Thawley is the designer behind the revolutionary concept who agreed to the joint venture after being approached by camp site owner, Tim Bullen. Campers from afar afield as China, Korea, Australia and America have sought out the secret hideaway and booked a night’s stay in the tree tent. Wooden stairs lead up to the futuristic orb which is camouflaged among the trees and insulated to enable it to stay cool in the summer and warm in the winter.
Two windows give impressive views to both the South Downs and the entire campsite and a wooden seating area made from recycled pieces of wood sits in front of the tree tent along with a campfire centre piece. Mr Bullen added: “The tree tent gives people a completely different camping experience and that is really what we are trying to achieve with this camp site.


The Secret Campsite has only been open for just over a year but plans to expand what’s on offer are already in place with plantings of fragrant tea, herbs, fruits and other edible plants. Newsquest Media (Southern) Ltd, Loudwater Mill, Station Road, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire.
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Some areas will only be cut every 7 years whilst other parts including the pitches get an annual trim.



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