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Sentry Circle Camping, Nth Yorkshire
October 26th - 29th 

Yet again we will be visiting this lovely site for the annual blow out. As last year we will have a large marquee/ fire pit/ honesty bar and a curry on the Friday night.

 

A bit of quiet countryside chilling out or all sorts of North Yorkshire adventures – Sentry Circle Camping, three miles from Northallerton, is a fine spot for either (or a bit of both…)

 

This rural site has the quite the history behind it – its name comes from the ancient stone circle in one of its fields, and its local village, Brompton, is the agreed location of the Battle of the Standard in 1138 (and also where local militia gathered ahead of the 1303 campaign to retake Scotland). These days it’s a much quieter place, where you shouldn’t find any swords getting in the way of your trip along a footpath to get to its shop and pub half a mile away.

£10 per person night or £15 per night for a couple.

Bonfire on the Saturday 

Bus in to Northallerton where there are lots of pubs restaurants etc 

Weather permitted ride round local lanes to café.

  • Rural North Yorkshire site over five acres, with great views

  • A 10-minute drive from Northallerton and North York Moors

  • Communal campfire area and fire baskets on site; pub half a mile away.

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