Celtic Harmony Camp

Outdoor Heritage Education and Experiences
24 years of Prehistory to promote wellbeing

Celtic Harmony Camp

Outdoor Heritage Education and Experiences
21 years of Prehistory to promote wellbeing

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School Day Trips

Bring Prehistory to life through a trip led by our costumed educators

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School Residentials

Immerse your class in Prehistory and sleep in an authentic Celtic Roundhouse

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What we do

Prehistory Experiences to increase understanding of our ancient heritage & improve wellbeing

With its thatched roundhouses and native woodland, Celtic Harmony is a place like no other. For over twenty years, children and visitors have been rediscovering the natural world and traditions of life in ancient Britain through creative hands-on activities that engage the imagination and improve wellbeing.

Our active Prehistory Experiences, whether on a school trip, a family day out or a volunteer day, are designed to bring people together, creating a sense of belonging to our local natural and cultural heritage and building confidence through new skills and the visual results of practical work.

Develop knowledge of Prehistory through a range of themed day and overnight experiences packed with hands-on activities

Testimonial

‘Since I last inspected Celtic Harmony some great developments in the operations and the facilities on offer have occurred.

A new Centre has been built which houses a large indoor space for learning. It has a Neolithic cave in one corner and will also have a Stone Henge structure in the other. It is a great space for learning and will ensure that young people can visit the site all year round. The centre will also offer family bathrooms and showers.

All the paperwork and supporting evidence I observed during the inspection was incredibly thorough and informative. It had all been recently reviewed. All staff are professional, friendly and welcoming.

The site was immaculate and the wonder it creates for first time visitors must be very special. It is a well run facility and the learning it offers to young people is fabulous.’

Teresa Thorp, Adventure Activity Associates LOtC Inspector, 15 June 2021

 

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