Camp Content 1820

What to expect?

A Sunday visit to the August Bank holiday camp, culminating in our evening birthday celebration.

Please bring along your photos and memories to help mark the great times we have had at Folk Camps over the years.

Happy Birthday to us…

We will kick off our Sunday celebration with a hot sit-on-the-grass evening meal provided by Folk Camps. This will be followed by a ceilidh including birthday cake and cocoa in the interval. No doubt a few words will be forthcoming as well!
And what does every party need?
A Party Band – The great evening of dancing will include the third outing of our fabulous Folk Camps Party Band. Later on we will be looking to get adventurous with some of the more challenging dances.

What’s the Catch?

All this is at the day visitor rate. But you do need to book with the Folk Camps office even if you are just coming as a day visitor – there will be no entry on the day itself.


Fowlmere is one of a cluster of villages nestled between Cambridge and the hills of North Hertfordshire in an area known for its thatched cottages and flint churches. Local attractions include the Colleges of Cambridge, the Imperial War Museum at Duxford, an RSPB wetland reserve and the National Trust’s Wimpole Hall (with a children’s farm). The Icknield Way (the oldest road in Britain) passes within 2 miles and there are local walks and cycling routes that explore the rivers, watermills and windmills nearby.
It is  easily accessible from the M11 (J10), the A10 and the A505.
More local information: 1817 August BH Fowlmere info