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First we eat, then we do everything else.

M.F.K Fisher

Eating a balanced diet is vital for good health and wellbeing. Whether its butternut squash and chickpea stew, vegetarian hot pot or hot chocolate and an oat flapjack eaten around the campfire or in the dinning shelter, the social aspect of eating together is always something.

Each day we provide a varied vegetarian menu including breakfast, a cooked lunch, and afternoon picnic considering the dietary needs of the children, you do have specific requirements please let us know.

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Learning to cook develops more than just practical skills. Children develop fine motor skills, hand eye co-ordination in addition to early concepts of maths and science. It’s also a chance for children to try new things! 

From roasting marshmallows on the camp fire to being able to use the woodland to forage for blackberry’s and damson`s to make our own Jam. The joys of campfire cooking are endless and help develop experiences that last.

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