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.

Kestrels hatch at Woods Mill

  Today I met up with Michael Blencowe from Sussex Wildlife Trust to discuss our plans fro the secret Wildlife Festival in a few weeks time.

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2018 bookings at this years prices

We get really booked up early in the year for weekends over the summer, particularly the Bank Holidays, so this year we have opened bookings up for next year much earlier in the season.

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New Tree Tent goes in

This spring whilst we were busy with the new building, Jason was quietly putting up The Secret Campsite's brand new Tree Tent.

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Its working

  When we set¬†up the Secret campsite in 2012 we were trying to create a space where humans and wildlife could exist quietly, in close proximity and where people camping in Sussex would be able to enjoy some of our native flora and fauna a...

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First adder of the year

  My wife was taking our new puppy Maisy out for a walk along the dismantled railway track that runs through the secret campsite and she came across this quite large adder sitting on the path.

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Bat accommodation at the campsite

  Being in the midst of the building project to upgrade our reception facilities has created a brilliant opportunity for us to provide even better accommodation options for some of our permanent residents at the secret campsite.

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