Woodlarks – Camping for the Disabled

Trekkers 2011Holidays should be fun, relaxing, friendly, and even adventurous.  But if you are disabled, if you can do very little for yourself, where can you go?

The answer is Woodlarks!

Camper being hoisted into the swimming poolThroughout each summer this beautiful Surrey camp site offers week-long holidays to hundreds of disabled people, cared for by dedicated volunteer helpers.

Outdoors there’s a heated swimming pool nestling in a sheltered valley.  A zip wire (aerial runway) with special seat runs through the tree tops.  There’s a trampoline and other sports equipment, a bird hide and BBQ sites in the woods and lots of space. Alongside the brick built dining room is Bradbury Croft, built in 2009, which provides up-to-date welfare facilities including ceiling hoists, wet rooms, toilets, and two sleeping rooms with electronically adjustable beds.

“Woodlarks Campsite – Camping for the Disabled.”