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Self Catering Cottages Heacham

Holiday rental accommodation and Holiday Cottages in Heacham, Norfolk

Self-Catering Accommodation in Heacham,
near Heacham Beach

Heacham is a picturesque village in Norfolk, England, and is home to a number of Self Catering Cottages. Our Self-catered Norfolk Coastal Cottages make the perfect base for exploring the area and provide all the amenities you need for a comfortable stay. With a variety of sizes and styles to choose from, there is sure to be a Self Catering Cottage that is perfect for your needs.

If you are looking for a romantic getaway, then one of the smaller Self Catering Cottages would be ideal. These Self Catering Cottages usually have one or two bedrooms and are perfect for couples who want to enjoy some quality time together. For larger groups, there are Self Catering Cottages that can accommodate up to six people. These larger Self Catering Cottages usually have three or four bedrooms and provide plenty of space for everyone to spread out and enjoy their holiday.

When choosing a Self Catering Cottage in Heacham, it is important to consider what type of vacation you would like to have. If you are planning on spending most of your time exploring the area, then a cottage with easy access to the beach may be more suited to your needs. However, if you prefer to spend your time relaxing, then a cottage further away from the beach may be more suitable. Whichever type of vacation you choose, there is sure to be a Self Catering Cottage that will suit your needs perfectly.

At Self Catering Cottages Heacham we have a wide range of Cottages and Chalets to choose from. With so many different sizes, styles and locations, you are sure to find the perfect Self Catering accommodation for your holiday. Whether you want a romantic getaway or an action-packed vacation, we have the Self Catering Cottage that is right for you.

Why stay at a coastal holiday cottage in Norfolk?

Norfolk is a county in the East of England, it is known for its large number of beaches and its bird reserves. It is a popular holiday destination for people in England, especially on the North Norfolk coast. The North Norfolk coast has many popular seaside towns, including Hunstanton, Cromer, Sherringham, Wells-next-the-Sea and Brancaster.


the iconic lighthouse viewed from the heritage gardens in Hunstanton

Hunstanton is a seaside town in Norfolk, England. It is situated on the north coast of Norfolk, west of Kings Lynn. The town has a long sandy beach and is a popular tourist destination. There are many hotels, guest houses and bed and breakfasts in Hunstanton as well as caravan parks and camping sites. The town has a variety of shops, restaurants and pubs. There is also an indoor swimming pool and a ten-pin bowling alley. 


view of the Norfolk coast path and undulating views from Sheringham

Sheringham is a small seaside town in Norfolk, England. It is situated on the north coast of Norfolk. Sheringham is a popular tourist destination with its long sandy beach, working fishing fleet (one of the last in England)and golf course. There are many hotels, guest houses and bed & breakfast establishments in Sheringham.

The town has two theatres one being the recently restored Grand Pavilion and the other the Little theatre both of which show a variety of shows and films. There is also an abundance of pubs, clubs, restaurants and cafes. 

Wells-next-the Sea

the vast open sands of wells next the sea beach

Wells-next-the-Sea is a small seaside town in Norfolk, England. It is situated on the north coast of Norfolk, southwest of Sheringham. Wells is a popular tourist destination with its unspoilt beaches, quayside, colourful beach huts and diverse range of shops. There are Bed & Breakfast establishments as well as several camping & caravan sites in Wells.

The town's location allows for easy access to Holkham Hall, St Mary's ruin and Binham priory all of which date back centuries.

Hunstanton is a popular vacation destination for couples and families because of its slower pace of life than other seaside towns. There are many family-friendly attractions on the Norfolk Coast, including several walking, cycling, and sailing routes. There are many different types of holiday accommodations available in Hunstanton, such as hotels, self-catering cottages, and camping sites.

Self catering cottages Heacham is located on the outskirts of Hunstanton and is a perfect place to stay if you're looking for peace and quiet, but also want to be able to reach the different landmarks and attractions that Hunstanton has on offer.

Nature lovers will appreciate the countless reserves dotted around Norfolk, while history buffs can explore famous landmarks like Sandringham estate (the Royal family’s Norfolk home), Holkham Hall, Blickling Estate, and Houghton Hall. Norfolk is a county with something for everyone, whether you are looking for a beach holiday, a country break or a city break.

About Self Catering Cottages Heacham

Self-catering holiday cottages in Heacham are a great way to enjoy a holiday in this beautiful part of the world. With so much to see and do in the area, these cottages provide the perfect base for exploring everything that this corner of Norfolk has to offer. Whether you want to spend your days walking along the beach, taking in the stunning scenery or visiting some of the many attractions in the area, self catering cottages Heacham, King's Lynn are the ideal choice for a relaxing and enjoyable break away from it all.

Self Catering Cottages Heacham is a family-run business with over 30 years of experience in offering quality self-catering holiday cottages. We have a wide range of properties that are suitable for all occasions, whether you're looking for a romantic getaway or group accommodation, we can offer the perfect solution to suit your requirements.

All our cottages are fully equipped and maintained to ensure your stay is as comfortable and enjoyable as possible.

Our team at mYminiBreak take pride in providing friendly, helpful customer service and will be on hand throughout your stay should you need assistance. If you would like any further information about our cottages or the services we offer please do not hesitate to contact us today and one of our friendly members of staff will be happy to assist you further.

The Old Barn

This exquisite cottage is set in the beautiful Georgian village of Heacham, looking out across open fields to the coastline and just three minutes walk to the beach, which welcomes plenty of pooches all year round thanks to its loose dog policy.

Inside you'll find a stylishly restored home-from-home, complete with many original features, including a lovely window seat in the main bedroom looking out onto the surrounding farmland. The south-facing sheltered garden is a delight. This is a lovely cottage with a location to match.

Check-in on the Friday to Monday and make the most of your stay (and the holiday weekend). After all, there’s no better day than a Friday… is there?!

Self-catering holiday cottage open plan living room  and kitchen in the old barn

Self-catering holiday cottages in Heacham the old barn and the churnery annexe, great for large families

The Old Barn & Churnery Annexe

Situated on the beautiful North Norfolk Coast this self-catering holiday cottage is a short walk from the vast, sandy, unspoilt south beach. The house is situated on the corner of Quayside and is an ideal base for exploring the area. The house has its own enclosed garden with the kitchen situated with the utility room and pantry. 

This 12th Century Norfolk cottage is open all year round and offers a warm welcome to its visitors. A hidden gem in the heart of Norfolk, 

Don't leave your dog at home, bring them with you for your seaside holiday. Our family Cottages are available for exclusive self-catering lets, is a great setting for dog friendly beach holidays. With 6 bedrooms and a big kitchen, it's perfect for larger groups, but equally pleasurable for families of 4, or 2 couples as long as you and your closest are still looking for some luxury seaside comfort. 

The Dairy

New for 2023! The Dairy is our more spacious self-catering property in Heacham, with 3 bedrooms fit for a larger family of 6-7 people! With a master bedroom, twin bunkbed, and single bedroom, your whole family will have room to stretch out and relax, all the while having a short walk to beach to take in the sea views and, later on in the day, stunning sunsets over the wash.

Like The Old Barn, The Dairy offers a well equipped kitchen for you to cook tasty meals on, and a dining table for the family to sit together for a meal! You'll also have a lounge, complete with a TV that has access to streaming services so you can watch your favourite shows and movies in the evening.

This is a wonderful holiday cottage with sea views and is close to the beach in Heacham, Norfolk. The Dairy is a large family cottage offering accommodation to anyone looking to escape to the Norfolk Coast, with open-plan living and a sea view, this is the ideal choice for a seaside getaway. Also, don't forget to bring your dog as we are of course dog friendly.

Heacham Holiday Cottage With A Sea View Near The Beach & The Norfolk Coastal Paths.

If there is one place that should be on your to-visit list this summer, it should definitely be Heacham. If you are looking for a place that has the perfect beach location and plenty of dog-friendly activities available, then Heacham is the ideal place for your next holiday.

We have amazing beaches here in Norfolk and our very own Heacham Beach offers visitors many different activities to enjoy such as fishing, kitesurfing, windsurfing and much more! You can also spend time relaxing on the sand and simply enjoying the views from this stunning stretch of coastline.

If you are planning on bringing your four-legged friend along with you on holiday, then there is no need to worry as we have plenty of dog-friendly self-catering accommodation available in Heacham. From cosy cottages to bed and breakfast rooms, to comfortable chalets, we have something to suit everyone’s needs and budget.

Our properties are located close to the beach so you can easily take your dog for a walk or let them run off some energy whilst you enjoy a spot of lunch at one of the many cafes and restaurants along the coast. Browse through our selection of pet-friendly self-catering accommodations in Heacham and book your perfect holiday home today!

Dog-Friendly Things To Do Near Heacham

Norfolk Lavender is a great place to take your dog for a walk. The lavender fields are beautiful, and the smell of lavender is very relaxing. You can also learn about the history of lavender production in Heacham. In the summer, when the fields are in full bloom with brilliant purple colour, visitors will find the scenery to be absolutely stunning. While those with four legs aren’t able to go inside the shop or tearoom to enjoy the lavender-infused food, but there are outside seating areas and there’s no reason why they can’t enjoy a lovely walk around this pretty area.

This isn’t one of those places where you sit on the sofa all day watching television; there’s so much more than that here. It has everything including two bedrooms (one double, one twin), a cosy sitting room with a fire, and even its own private garden where you can sit out in the summer months or take your meals outside when the weather is good enough to do so. If you don’t want to cook while on holiday then there are plenty of restaurants around too. 

Although most people say they come home feeling fitter as they have done so much walking during their visit here! There really is something for everyone in this breathtaking part of England, whatever time of year it happens to be when you book your cottage. whether that’s winter or summertime.

There are lots of opportunities to take part in outdoor activities too. These include golf, fishing and hiking, while there are also plenty of places to visit including the Royal Sandringham Estate and Holkham Hall. So if you’re looking for a holiday cottage with sea views then don’t look any further than Norfolk Coast B&B Cottages and Camping because it really does provide everything that you could possibly need or want while on vacation here in Norfolk!

RSPB Snettisham and Titchwell

RSPB Snettisham is a nature reserve in the Norfolk,

RSPB Snettisham is a nature reserve in the Norfolk, England. It is located on the North Sea coast between King's Lynn and Hunstanton. The reserve comprises two main sites: RSPB Titchwell Marsh and RSPB Snettisham. The reserve is notable for its birdwatching opportunities, as well as its wetland and coastal habitats. these Nature reserves allow dogs but they must be kept on a lead at all times.

Heacham North Beach

This long stretch of sandy beach stretches from just north of Heacham down towards Snettisham where it meets The Wash.

This long stretch of sandy beach stretches from just north of Heacham down towards Snettisham where it meets The Wash. It's also one step away from Hunstanton Cliffs which make up part of The Peddars Way National Trail!

Hunstanton Cliffs

The cliffs at Hunstanton are part of The Peddars Way National Trail which makes for great walking territory.

The stunning red & white cliffs at Hunstanton are part of The Peddars Way National Trail which makes for great walking territory. You can walk along the coastal path and enjoy some fantastic views out to sea as well as inland too!

The Norfolk Coast Path


This runs right through Hunstanton so you'll be spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing a route. With lots of stunning scenery on offer, it's perfect for those who love being outdoors with their pet pooch in tow!

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Norfolk Coast Hiking and Cycling Holidays from Heacham, Norfolk

The Heacham area is ideal for a cycling or walking holiday in Norfolk. It has quiet lanes, country tracks and coastal walks to enjoy. There are also cycle routes along the disused railways which have been converted into cycles trails - perfect if you're looking for an easy ride through wonderful scenery! The Norfolk Coast Cycleway is a local favourite with over 70 miles of routes from Hunstanton to Cromer. Take in the quaint villages, stunning coastline and bird reserves as you go!

If your group are keen walkers, there's plenty for you too! The area has many interesting footpaths through ancient woodlands and marshes perfect if you're looking for a quiet stroll or even something more energetic! The Peddars Way National Trail starts at Thetford in the middle of beautiful and peaceful woodland (just on the edge of Knettishall Heath Nature Reserve) and runs North, finishing on the great expanse of sand dunes at Holme-next-the-Sea on the North Norfolk Coast.

The Peddars Way National Trail

The Peddars Way National Trail is a long-distance footpath in Norfolk, England. It follows the route of an ancient Roman road for over 100km from Knettishall Heath to Holme-next-the-Sea on The Wash. Portions of the trail are also accessible to horse riders and cyclists. It is part of the North Norfolk Coast Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) and Special Area of Conservation (SAC).

The Peddars Way was one of the first long-distance footpaths to be opened in Britain, in 1949. In 1965, it became part of the newly established Norfolk Coast Path which continues northwards along the coast to Hunstanton. In 1986, the Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path were merged to form the Peddars Way & Norfolk Coast Path National Trail. The trail is managed by Natural England.

The name "Peddars Way" is derived from an old spelling of "pedestrian". It refers to the fact that the path was used as a walkway long before it became a road or footpath. The route has been continuously in use for over 2000 years, first as a trade route between Britain and continental Europe, then later as a military road connecting London with the east coast defences against invasion during the Napoleonic Wars. In more recent times, it has become popular with leisure walkers and cyclists. 

The scenery along the Peddars Way varies from heathland and farmland to sandy beaches and dunes. There are also many archaeological sites along the way, including Roman ruins, Iron Age hillforts and medieval churches. The trail is also home to a variety of wildlife, including the threatened Norfolk Hawker dragonfly and nesting seabirds such as terns and ringed plovers.

The Peddars Way National Trail is a long-distance footpath in Norfolk, England.

The Rebellion Way Cycling Trail

A brand new cycling trail that makes for a perfect Norfolk Holiday, the Rebellion Way is a route that circles the county, going from Norwich to Hunstanton and back again! Points of interest on this route have been hand-picked for both scenic views and historical significance, with the route going through key locations of historic rebellions, one from Boudicca's Iceni tribe and the other from Kett's rebellion in 1549.

Going through fields, woodland, and coast overlooking ocean and wildlife as it passes through Thetford Forest, past Sandringham House, and along Sheringham; this route is a multi-day cycling adventure. But don't let its epic length discourage you if you're not an expert cyclist! Thanks to Norfolk's flat landscape, the trail has very little height gain, making it a gentle route for cyclists of any level. And as it goes through plenty of towns and villages, you'll have ample opportunity to stop for a break, something to eat and drink, or stay for the night if you need to!

And our location in Heacham makes us an ideal stopping point on the Rebellion Way, as we're based right alongside it! Book one of our self-catering chalet rooms for a cosy bed, a nice warm shower (or cold if you'd prefer!), and a kitchenette for preparing any food you've brought with you! Or, if you're tackling the Rebellion Way with your family, you can book one of our Heacham cottages for the night so that everyone has a comfortable room to relax and recover in, or you can book us for longer and use us as the finish line for your adventure!

Bird watching holidays West Norfolk, Norfolk

If you want to go on a bird-watching trip, there are many places where you can stay in West Norfolk. There are also plenty of bed and breakfasts that offer accommodation for those who want to go on bird-watching trips. The self-catering cottages at Heacham will provide you with the opportunity to explore the area without having to worry about your own transportation arrangements. You can use a local bus service to reach the different birding sites in West Norfolk.

At Self Catering Cottages Heacham, you can enjoy a holiday with your family and friends, while also getting the opportunity to go on bird-watching trips. There are many different types of birds in West Norfolk and you will be able to see them all if you take the time to explore the area. You can also find out more about the different types of birds by taking part in one of the bird-watching tours at Wild ken Hill and holme dunes nature reserve.


Self Catering Cottages Heacham FAQs

What self-catering accommodation in Heacham has nice views?

some self-catering accommodations in Heacham with nice views include Norfolk Coast B&B Cottages and Camping, The Old Barn and The Stables Chalets

What are the nightly rates of last-minute cottages in Heacham?

The prices for last-minute cottages in Heacham can vary depending on the time of year. In general, the prices will be lower during the off-season and higher during the peak season.

What are the most searched cottage amenities in Heacham?

The most searched cottage amenities in Heacham are:

Pets allowed (41%), Close to the Beach (50%), Internet access (31%), Fishing on site (30%), Parking (30%), Garden (28%), Open fire / wood burning stove (27%) and BBQ / summer house (24%)

What is the best time to visit Heacham?

The weather in Heacham can vary throughout the year, giving you more reasons to book a holiday cottage here. The average maximum daytime temperature for Heacham in August is 20°C. The average night-time temperature is usually 14°C. The weather in Heacham is at its warmest in August, making it a good time of year to visit. If you’re looking for rain, the months with the most rainfall are October, November and December when 15-21 days of rain can be expected.

Our Nature Saving Pledge

Clean Self Catering Cottages Heacham

Self Catering Cottages Heachamis all about spending time with your loved ones and reconnecting with nature. And we want nothing more than to share this wonderful part of Norfolk with you and all that nature has to enjoy.

Here at Self Catering Cottages Heacham, we are committed to respecting the countryside and keeping it clean. We operate under and encourage a leave-no-trace ethos to all our guests, which means that when visiting the countryside you leave no trace of your visit to our South Beaching camping site and leave it exactly in the state it was when you arrived. It's this way of thinking that we hope to imprint on all who pass through our corner of the world which will help to ensure the protection of our precious countryside and the wildlife that live here.

The Countryside Code

The Countryside Code is supported by Natural England.

Protect The Environment

  • Take your litter home – leave no trace of your visit
  • Do not light fires and only have BBQs where signs say you can
  • Always keep dogs under control and insight
  • Dog poo – bag it and bin it – any public waste bin will do
  • Care for nature – do not cause damage or disturbance
  • Enjoy The Outdoors
  • Check your route and local conditions
  • Plan your adventure – know what to expect and what you can do
  • Enjoy your visit, have fun, make a memory

Leave No Trace

  • Plan ahead and prepare
  • Be Considerate of others
  • Respect Farm animals and wildlife
  • Travel and camp on durable ground
  • Leave what you find
  • Dispose of waste properly
  • Minimise the effects of fire
The Seashore Code

Show Respect For Seashore Creatures

Seashore creatures are fascinating and have found special ways of living in their environment. They have to adapt to survive the rigours of wave-action, exposure and predation. Some have shells for protection, but many need to hide under rocks, seaweed or in the sand.

Exploring The Seashore Is Fun, But Please Remember:

  • Leave animals where you find them.
  • Take care when touching soft-bodied animals - they are very delicate.
  • Carefully lift and replace any rocks you may have moved - there are animals underneath which need them for shelter.
  • Leave attached seaweed in place - there is plenty lying loose on the strand line.
  • Do not trample through rock pools.

Take Photos, Not Living Animals

  • Shells come in all shapes, sizes and colours. Many still contain living animals, even if they do look 'dead'. If you want to collect shells, please make sure they are empty before taking them home.

If you want to buy a souvenir:

  • Buy a photograph, book or poster of colourful marine creatures rather than shells, coral, starfish and urchins or other 'marine curios'. Remember 'curios' would almost certainly have been alive, when collected. If we don't buy them, the shops won't sell them.

Avoid Disturbing Wildlife

You can see many animals at their best when they are behaving naturally. This is true for animals such as seals, otters and seabirds, as well as rock pool animals. To avoid disturbing wildlife:

  • It is best to watch from a distance, through binoculars if possible, especially if the animals are nesting, or pupping in the case of seals.
  • Keep your dog clear of birds and other animals.
  • Remember, it is now illegal to disturb or harass many species of birds and animals.

Take Your Rubbish Home With You

Beach rubbish is unsightly and can be dangerous to sea creatures. Much of the litter on our shores comes from tourists, shipping, fishing vessels and sewage outfalls. You can help to reduce this problem when visiting the coast:

  • Take your rubbish home - burying it is no solution.
  • Keep your dog from fouling the beach.
  • Report canisters or drums that may be washed up on the beach, but do not touch them.
  • Take part in BeachWatch - the annual beach clean and survey organised by the Marine Conservation Society, or Adopt-a-Beach - a regular survey of beach litter.
  • Bag It and Bin It, Please Don't Flush It - bag and bin all plastic bathroom waste such as cotton bud sticks.

Watch Where You Go

Beaches and sand dunes are prone to erosion and easily damaged by people and vehicles. To help protect the coast:

  • Keep to established paths and dune boardwalks.
  • Park in designated car parks and keep access to footpaths clear.
  • Do not use beaches or dunes for scrambling motorcycles or other 'off-road' vehicles.
  • If you dig holes in the beach, please fill them up again.
  • Leave pebbles and rocks on the beach rather than collect them for your garden.

Be Careful!

All cliffs are unstable and potentially dangerous, yet they are an impressive sight and from the cliff top it is possible to enjoy a panoramic view of the coastline. Cliffs also provide a very specialised habitat for the plants and animals that live on them.

Take Care Near Cliffs:

  • Remember that it is dangerous to climb up or go near the top or bottom of a cliff.
  • Please don't throw or push anything over the edge of cliffs. As well as being dangerous, it can increase the rate of cliff erosion and kill or disturb wildlife.
  • Play safe on the beach too: Check tide times to avoid being cut off. Keep away from soft sand and mud - it is easy to get stuck!
Codes of Conduct


  • The warden named by the organisation is to be responsible for the conduct of all individual members or non-members and for ensuring that those attending comply with all codes.
  • The warden must ensure that all members and non-members are aware of The Countryside Code, The Caravan Code, and The Seashore Code.
  • The organisation and all members and non-members who use the site will take reasonable steps to ensure that the siting of units (a caravan, motor home, tent, or trailer tent) does not unduly interfere with the activities of local people, their privacy, or their enjoyment of their property. They will also ensure that the siting of units does not interfere with the enjoyment by others of the landscape, natural beauty, or nature conservation value of the area, particularly in areas designated for their landscape or wildlife qualities.
  • The organisation will undertake not to over-use any venue and will consider carefully before holding successive meetings and ensure against being a nuisance.
  • The organisation will take reasonable steps to minimise disturbance to local people and will investigate and deal with the causes of any complaints made.
  • Care should be taken not to damage the site or the surrounding locality. Trees, fences, buildings, equipment wildlife, and farm animals should all be respected.
  • Domestic animals belonging to members of the organisation will be kept on a lead and under close control. They will not be allowed to run loose on the site or cause disturbance to local people farm animals or wildlife. They will be exercised away from units and those parts of the site used for communal activities. Any mess will be cleared up.
  • The responsible person will identify open space suitable for the playing of games that might otherwise intrude upon or constitute a danger or annoyance to others on or around the site.
  • Noise should be kept to a minimum for the comfort of others on the site as well as people who live or work nearby.

Road Safety:

  • The responsible person will take steps to ensure that travel from major roads to a proposed site is not likely to cause undue disruption or difficulties for other road users. Access to the site must be suitable for the number and likely size of units attending the meeting. The arrival and departure of units should be arranged to minimise disruption to other road users.
  • The speed of vehicles on the site should be restricted to 5 mph.

Spacing and Density

  • For health and safety purposes emergency vehicles must be able to gain access to any unit on the site. As such, units should be well spaced and sited so they do not restrict access to, or exit from, any other unit or the site in general.
  • Where a site is being used by both caravans and tents they must be sited entirely separate from each other for health & safety reasons. However, this does not necessarily mean segregation. If the layout of the field does not allow for separate lines of tents, it is permissible to continue a line of caravans/motor homes with a line of tents, but they must be sited en-bloc and not interspersed. Trailer tents are classified as tents and must be sited accordingly. Children’s “pup-tents” may be erected alongside the parents’ unit and should be considered as part of the unit for spacing purposes.
  • Open fires and barbecues are allowable but fire precautions must be implemented, "a bucket of water must be kept alongside the bbq/campfire permission must be obtained from the Warden. Where permission is given for open fires or barbecues, they will be sited on open ground, away from units, vehicles, awnings, and any other structures.
  • A fire extinguisher approved to British Standards Institute and/or Fire Officers Certificate standards will be held on-site.

Chemical Toilets and Waste Water Disposal:

  • Organisations will act responsibly when disposing of the contents of chemical toilets and wastewater and take full account of the need to safeguard water supplies and prevent the pollution of rivers and streams.
  • On-site disposal of the contents of chemical toilets and wastewater will be in accordance with arrangements agreed with the organisation. Neither will be allowed to foul the ground. If there is any doubt about the disposal of waste, the organisation or, if appropriate, the warden will be requested for guidance.
  • Organisations should ensure that refuse is either taken home or disposed of in accordance with on-site arrangements. The warden should will police disposal of waste, recycling should be used with all waste items, separating up items appropriately disposal of waste is for items relevant to consumption only, all recycled items mush be condensed before being recycled i.e. flatten cans, remove lids from plastic bottles, flatten them and return the lid, flatten all cardboard and rinse out food containers before recycling them. no throwaway tents/mattresses/windbreaks are allowable.
  • The organisation will use every endeavour not to camp on any site for more than 42 consecutive days or 60 days in any 12 consecutive months. The organisation will also endeavour not to camp on any site being used for camping by other exempted organisations if, by doing so, the use of this site would be taken over these limits. This will help avoid the overuse of sites, particularly in popular areas.


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