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Brenk House Farm
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The wild Camp was held on the 30th and 31st August 2008 in aid of Wass Village Hall and SCATES (a fund to raise money for a new sports hall at Easingwold school). It was very well supported by around 200 people and raised around £1600-00. We are grateful for all the people who helped make this possible. The weather agian was very kind to us and everyone seemed to have a good time.


For various reasons we will not be holding the Wild Camp in 2010 or 2011. At the moment we haven't decided if we could still run this as a bi-annual event or perhaps its time to think of something different.

For several years now we have held "the Wild Camp" usually around the end of August. For this weekend the campsite is not open as normal but turned into a field of tents and activities. This is a very popular family event that has raised several thousand pounds for local charities over the past few years.

The general idea is to come along and set up camp after lunch on Saturday afternoon. When everyone has got their tents set up everyone is divided into teams of around 8/10 people (usually groups of family friends). We then take part in a series of challenging games for the afternoon which usually involve looking pretty silly and getting at times wet.

Whilst this is happening food is cooked on the barbecue for everyone to enjoy. After this any incomplete games can be finished before the evening ends around the camp fire. The next morning begins with a bacon breakfast for all campers before some kind of activity. The whole occasion ends around mid-day with a giant game of rounder's.

The Wild Camp in 2009 was held on the weekend of 22nd and 23rd August, in aid of supportdogs. We held an information evening a few days prior to the wild camp when Support Dogs did a presentation informing us about all the good work that they do. A lady also came with her dog and spoke about what her dog means to her.

The Wild Camp itself got underway on Saturday 22nd thanks to the efforts of a lot of helpers without which we simply couldn't run this event. The weather was kind to us and a lot of fun was had by all. We even had the luxury of additional toilets kindly supplied by Classic Chambers from Brandsby. After the games we all tucked into an excellent Hog Roast. We are very pleased to say that the two events raised the grand sum of £2165.10 for Supportdogs. Thank you very much to all those who attended and our very greatfull thanks to all our many helpers.



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