Wellington Country Park

Wellington Country Park (WCP) Temporary Holiday Site (THS) 11th – 28th Aug’ 2017.

RCBDA are proud to be hosting their 40th plus year of running a THS at (WCP) https://wellington-country-park.co.uk/. As such we have an enviable reputation to uphold. Therefore, in order to maximise your enjoyment at this prestigious venue, please ensure you adhere to the basic rules of District Association (DA) camping and respect any rules laid down by WCP management.

In order to gain access to Waterloo Meadow, please report to WCP’s main reception (open from 09.30 hrs – 17.30 hrs) and for a £20.00 returnable deposit obtain a gate key.

Fees are £16.00 pun (2 adults + 2 children) & £5.50 pppun for Extra Adults. Childrens’ (under 18) Pup-Tents are permitted within the 6 metre rule for children. Non Members must enrol as a Temporary Member at a cost of £3.50 per person plus appropriate site fees and they must stay within your main unit. Adults in Pup-Tents are liable to be charged full fees. Check with the steward upon arrival.

Visitors are to be encouraged to gain access via the main turnstiles. However, in all cases visitors must report to the steward and pay appropriate fees. The primary stewards are Helen & Stephen Boyce 07764 836301 and the secondary stewards (TBC). They are really looking forward to be greeting you.

The DA marquees will be on-site throughout the duration and we are pleased to announce the return of our popular evening Disco’ on Sat’ 26th.

The site opens at 14.00 hrs on Fri’ 11th and closes 16.00 hrs on the Bank Holiday Mon’ 28th.

Finally, please remember that the commercial site facilities are strictly out of bounds.

See you there.


Rule Reminder

Greetings all

I have been asked to communicate the following extracts from the Guidance for Stewards (Green Paper 3.18). This info’ is for all our safety, not just for stewards.


Excluding guy ropes, units must be at least six (6) metres apart from adjacent units. This is a precaution against fire. Vehicles may be parked between units, providing that a three (3) meter clear space is left within the six (6) meter gap at all times.


Children’s pup tents can be classed as an integral part of the unit, in the same way as an awning, when they are occupied by children and when no appliances with a naked flame is used in or close to them. This means that a child’s pup tent can be pitched close to the parents unit.

Thanking you in advance for helping to adhere to these guidelines.

Kindest regards


DA FOL update

It’s time to get your thinking caps on, the theme for this years DA FOL has been decided as “Nursery Rhymes” this will be held at Bishops Green 15-17th September.