Do I need to bring food?
We’ll be offering a combination of catered wholefood and campfire-cooked food for lunch and dinner on Friday and Saturday and lunch on Sunday before you head home. Nourishing, warm, plant-based, one-pot meals with breads and salads. All you need to bring food-wise is your own breakfast and snacks.
What facilities are there?
There are compost loos with lovehearts cut into the doors (important detail, we think) and the coolest horse box shower. We’ll have a camp kitchen set up and a tented workspace in which to gather and workshop, whenever we need shelter or shade.
How will I find the camp?
By car: Once you’ve booked we’ll send you full, easy-to-follow directions to our camp, located between Folkestone and Canterbury in Kent.
By train: We’ll arrange a pick-up from Folkestone West station for those coming by train. For simplicity, we’ll arrange to meet a particular train. The high speed train from St Pancras takes only 55mins, so it’s super easy.
Do I need to be skilled at crafts to take part in the workshops?
No. All the things we make across the weekend will be simple and suitable for all. What’s more, they’ll be enjoyable and relaxing to do. You’ll head home with a collection of lovely things you made with your own hands.
Can I bring my children?
Sorry, not this time. The Mother Wild camp is a weekend retreat for mums to rest, recharge and re-wild. If you’re looking for something for your whole family, watch this space; we’re dreaming up other events for the future.