Orchard Farm

Details

Description

 

Address
Orchard Farm
 
 
Town
Cauldon
County
Staffordshire
Post code
ST10 3EJ
Tel
-
Fax
-
Email
orchardfarm@hertfordshirescouts.org.uk
URL
http://www.hertfordshirescouts.org.uk/...centres
Location
SK 082 494 - 53.041N 1.878W
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Contact

Warden/Contact
Orchard Farm Registrar
Address
Herts County Office
Well End Activity Centre
Town
Borehamwood
County
Hertfordshire
Post code
WD6 5PR
Tel
0845 053 0437
Fax
-
Email
orchardfarm@hertfordshirescouts.org.uk

Facilities

Toilets
Yes
Washing facilities
Yes
Water supply
Yes
Hot showers
Yes
Hot water
Yes
Cooking utensil washing area
Yes
Laundry
No
Waste disposal
Yes
Chemical toilet waste disposal
No
Public telephone
No
Security
Yes
Car park
Yes
Pioneering poles
No
Fridge freezer
Yes
Altar fires
No
Cooking area
No
Providore
No
Mail box
No
Campfire circle
No
Bivouacking area
-
Chapel
No

Activites

Onsite activities

-

Local attractions

  • Rock Climbing
  • Potholing
  • Pony Treking
  • Tissington Trail
  • High Peak Trail
  • Bicycle HIre
  • Dove Dale
  • Hill Walking
  • Peak District National Park

Camping

Site available for Camping
All Year
Maximum number of campers
-
Price range
-
Deposit required
Yes
Suitable for County camps
No
Suitable for District camps
No
Suitable for Patrol camps
Yes
Suitable for "Backwoods" camps
No

Indoor

Building available
All Year
Number of buildings
2
Maximum number of residents
66
Price range
-
Deposit required
Yes
Beds provided
66
Fuel type
Gas & Electrici
Kitchen/cooking area
Yes
Cooking/eating utensils
Yes
Building heated
Yes
Tables/chairs
Yes
Suitable for Pack holidays
Yes
Suitable for Beaver sleepover
Yes

Special needs

Site access
Yes
Camping location toilet washing access
Yes
Indoor accommodation access
Yes
Activities access
No

Other

Train station
-
Coach station
Ashbourne
Airport
-
Sea/river port
-
Tourist information
-
Brochure available from warden
Yes

Additional notes

This once listed but abandoned farm on the southern edge of the Peak district was restored by Hertfordshire Scouts and Guides in 1982. It provides a perfect base for a wide variety of walking, climbing, caving, and water activities.''''There is a large filed which can be used for separate camping or games. There is a self contained bothy which sleeps 6.

Last modified: 2nd February 2009

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