CoCoCamp

CoCoCamp is something special that you can only find in your favourite, local park.  One night of family-friendly camping  in the middle of a city.  A great way to try camping with the children for the first time – if they hate it you can go straight home.

CoCoCamp 2017 is on 2nd/3rd September.  A last chance to get muddy & run riot before the schools go back.  There are silly games, singing round the campfire and a hot breakfast provided by the wonderful Bournville Scouts.

Booking in advance – before the 7th August – is essential.  Click here for the cococamp poster and booking form 2017

CoCoCamp 2017 has an extra added twist – the Vikings are coming!

Round the campfire this year will be Brumvik – with their battles, their sagas and their all round historical fascination.

 

Hi there, My family and I have just returned from the camp and we would like to say a big “Thank You to you all. It was our first time camping and we thought the set up was brilliant. We especially enjoyed breakfast and the camp fire. The children are now completely worn out and our four year old is crying because he wants to go again tonight! We hope you will do it again next year. Thanks again.

Thank you very much for organising the camp.  I think it was a splendid idea and I hope that it can be repeated next year.  The organisation appeared to be very good – for example, tents were pitched in an orderly fashion leaving clear paths around the site and to/from the road/toilets/etc.   The timing was also good – earlier in the summer the later sunsets can be a real problem when trying to settle little children in a tent.  Could you please pass on my thanks and appreciation to the scouts: the breakfast was excellent.

We loved CoCoCamp. My favourite bit of the camp was being there with everyone, and we could all just sit round and talk by the fire. Yes, by far and away the most magical thing is the chance to spend some time dong nothing with your neighbours. The worst bit of the camp was the long trek to the toilets. Personally, I didn’t use the toilets, I popped home.