Hill Farm, whose fields we are using for parking and the arena, has a Camping and Caravan Club Certified Site. It is available to a limited number of orienteers who are members of the Caravan and Camping Club. The site is in a field near the farm and adjacent to the arena field. It is available for the first 5 caravans or campervans and the first 10 tents or trailer tents as C&CC regulations permit. Any orienteers who are C&CC members wanting to use this site should book directly with the owners. Details are on www.hillfarmcampsite.co.uk and booking should be done via firstname.lastname@example.org, making it clear that those booking are C&CC members who want to use the Certified Site. Facilities include an electrical hook-up, shower, toilet, and chemical toilet waste disposal. The basic cost per night for a campervan is £15 and for a tent is £13. Payment must be made to the owners and not to the event. Any C&CC members can of course book for any number of nights, but the woods are out of bounds to orienteers until after they have competed on Sunday.
Non-C&CC members with campervans can stay in the arena field on Friday, Saturday or Sunday night. This will be limited as space and facilities are limited. Facilities are limited by a water supply, and the event toilets. For such bookings, there is no electrical hook-up, and the toilet, shower and chemical waste disposal facilities of the Certified Site are NOT available, being too small to cope with any extra demand. The charge for this will be £12 per unit per night. Payment must be made to the owners and not to the event. Bookings should be made via email@example.com making it clear that the booking is by non-C&CC members for the arena field. This arrangement will be offered to any C&CC members booking after the Certified Site is full. Campervans will enter the arena field via the farm track and must park in a marked area as directed. There will be diagrams in the final instructions to show this. Campervans using the arena field on Friday or Saturday night should arrive after 4pm and before 7pm to ensure that there is someone there to supervise their positioning. The woods are out of bounds to orienteers until after they have competed on Sunday.