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Nothing much happens here.

But, when it does, we like to share the secrets with you. Some of you might be interested and it might help you plan your next escape.

The Cuckoos at the campsite

This morning I heard the first cuckoo of spring at the secret campsite and its a song to lift the spirits. It reminds us that these marauding tykes have returned from afar ready to pillage the locals.

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The Nightingales have arrived

Its that special time of the year down here at the secret campsite. We all look forward to it with baited breath, but never know the exact date.

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Great Crested Newt visits the campsite

TheĀ  Secret campsite opened this weekend so i have been out on site getting pitches ready and seeing what is around. So imagine my delight when I turned over one of the reptile boards and found a Great Crested Newt.

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Weekend trip to Rye Harbour

On Sundy I set off early from the secret campsite with my friend Cliff and his son Freddy to visit Rye Harbour. We wanted to see the Marsh Harriers that have been making a bit of a comeback in the area.

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Fancy working here as a warden this year?

It's that time of year when we need to find a fun, hardworking person to fill the warden role here at the campsite. We are looking for someone to join our busy, friendly team, based at the campsite near to Lewes.

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Quiet Campsites in the South East

In about six weeks time our campsites emerge from their quiet winter hibernation. The challenge for us is how we maintain the peace and quiet in the camping areas when the sites start to fill up.

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Bee Bombs for Wildflowers

This Christmas I was given a fantastic present by a friend. It was a bag of bee bombs. Bee bombs are a brilliant idea for helping to get more flowering plants back into our environment and provide nectar for our flying friends.

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