Llanthony Camping Weekend 2021

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Jun 18

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3 people waitlisted

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If you can put up your tent you'll be fine!

Have you fallen in love with the little valley that Llanthony Priory is nestled in?  Or have you always felt this is just a little to far to travel for a day walk?   Well why not take this opportunity to spend the weekend camping with OutdoorLads.  This is a great little campsite, although basic. There is a toilet, but there are no showers. 

On the Saturday Peter will be organising a day walk leaving from the Priory car park and if you want to join this you will need to register for this separately here (I know it shows full already but please join the waitlist as we expect some churn and if not we'll sort out another walk...)

There are plenty of other walks in the immediate area if you want to do your own thing, or if you wanted to try something different then how about a day pony trekking (You will need to book this directly yourself if they are opening in 2021)

Both the Priory and Half Moon public house are only a few minutes walk from the campsite and serve meals so if you don't want to cook for yourself I am sure a group of people will be heading to one or the other on both the Friday and Saturday nights.

Dogs: Dogs are welcome on the campsite but you will be expected to be considerate of other campers and clear up behind them.  There are chickens, ducks and guinea fowl roaming loose on the site and there will be sheep in adjacent fields so please take this into account if you are thinking of bringing your dog, which will need to be on a lead at all times when on the site. 

Campervans, Motorhomes, Caravans: This event is suitable for tents only. 

Photos: Taken by Peter Lyth and James Couldry and used by OutdoorLads with permission. Thanks Peter and James! 

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COVID-19 – IMPORTANT, Please read the following before you sign up to this event:

  • Anyone with COVID-19 symptoms, even if they are extremely mild, or who lives or is in a support bubble with someone showing symptoms, is asked not to attend. This is in line with the government’s coronavirus advice.
  • You must also immediately self-isolate and not attend the event if you or someone in your household or support bubble shows coronavirus symptoms or tests positive. You can find the NHS self-isolation guidance here.
  • The main symptoms of COVID-19 are a high temperature, a new continuous cough, and a loss or change to your sense of taste and/or smell.
  • You may be subject to local lockdown restrictions, which you must fully comply with. Details of the location of these restrictions can be found here for England, ScotlandWales, and Northern Ireland.   
  • We do not encourage car sharing to events during the pandemic. Please comply with the safety travel guidance for EnglandWales, and Scotland. Face coverings should be worn on public transport.
  • OutdoorLads will support the tracing systems in place across the UK  and attendance at an OutdoorLads event is considered permission to use contact details for this purpose if requested by the appropriate authority.  
  • All are required to practice social distancing – staying 2m (not 1m) apart at all times, including the lunch stop. Remember: Face, Hands, Space.
  • Unfortunately, there won’t be any planned pub / café stops en route or at the end, and please don’t share sweets or snacks with others – we’re sorry!
  • Please bring your own hand sanitising gel for your own use throughout the day. Use of face coverings is at your own choice, but please bring one with you just in case it's needed. Please bring any other PPE items required. Bring a disposable bag for any used PPE.
  • Members are advised to bring their own small first aid kit for personal use..
  • Be aware that opportunities for toilet stops may be minimal if facilities are closed.
  • Please, please cancel at your earliest opportunity if you are unable to attend or are unwell, so that we can allow others to take up these valuable event spaces.
  • Much as it's difficult - no handshakes or hugs!

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Walkers heading back to Llanthony Priory
Ducks on water at Llanthony
Bridge over a stream at Llanthony
Scenic view at Llanthony
Scenic view at Llanthony
Scenic Road near Llanthony
Walkers relaxing at Llanthony Priory
Walkers heading back to Llanthony Priory
Ducks on water at Llanthony
Bridge over a stream at Llanthony
Scenic view at Llanthony
Scenic view at Llanthony
Scenic Road near Llanthony
Walkers relaxing at Llanthony Priory