We asked some of the campers about their experiences and this is what they had to say…

“Well, basically, the 6 years that I have spent at camp have resulted in many unforgettable memories and strong friendships. Camp is one of my favourite places to be and it’s so totally awesome and crazy yet encouraging and challenging. What can I say…I love camp!! :D”
Louisa, 17, from Sheffield.


“Camp is… Awesome. There’s not really any other way to describe it – I’ve been 6 times now (5 as a camper and 1 as a leader) and I can honestly say that those have been the 6 best weeks of my life. I’ve never had a bad day at Camp, never come away from the week without having been challenged and grown in my faith, never come away without making new friends and definitely never regretted coming. From ghyll -scrambling to kayaking to just chilling on the campsite, camp has always been a wonderful experience for me and I would recommend it to anyone.”
James, 18, from Dundee


“I’ve been to camp 3 times and to be honest it has actually been amazing because you get to meet new people, have LOTS and LOTS of fun and get to hear the word of Jesus. I like doing all the different activities because you really don’t know what to expect, the leaders are great because they just want to have fun as well and that’s something that a lot of adults wouldn’t do.”
Damien, 15, from Bristol


“I have enjoyed 7 years of fun-packed weeks, bursting with friends, activities and most importantly, God. I have made amazing friends, many of which I have regular contact with throughout the year. The leaders are also fantastic and are willing to make this week the best of our lives, be it guiding us spiritually in bible studies or having a water fight across the breakfast table! But it’s not all kayaking and gorge scrambling. Every morning we have meetings specific to our age and in the evening bible studies allowing us to explore our faith and grow closer to God, or even discover him for the first time – changing our lives forever. There is something for everybody at camp, and every single second is full of laughter, liveliness or learning!”
Eunice, 17, from Accrington