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Book your ticket for Summercamp 2019

Limited spaces available

Without Summercamp I know that I wouldn’t be where I am now, actually beginning to make my dream (and my purpose) a reality and, more importantly, actually enjoying the process and feeling like I might be making a positive difference in the world. Who knew that was possible?!
— Meg Jackson

Summercamp will run from the 13-15th September 2019. We'll be camping at our 200 acre site near Battle, Sussex, just 1 hour from Gatwick and Brighton and 90 mins on train from London.

Once again we're putting together an awesome line-up of thought leaders, human stories, inspirational sessions and fun activities to make it an experience like no other – view the full 2019 programme.


The fee includes:

  • Access to all talks, workshops and experiences happening across the weekend

  • 2 nights glamping (see photos above) in a comfortable, shared bell tent with up to 3 other participants. Includes camping bed, sleeping bag, pillow & fleecy blanket all assembled ready to call home for the weekend – or if you prefer you can bring your own tent or camper van (£25 surcharge for camper van)

  • 3 wholesome meals a day including wine each night for our barn banquet

  • Shuttle bus from Polegate station if you're arriving by train, arriving on the 13th and leaving on the 15th only.

  • Or parking space for one vehicle – but we encourage you to car share as there's limited space and to be kind to the planet :)



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Summercamp refund policy

We are unable to offer refunds or part-refunds in the event you can no longer make it. You are however to change the name on your ticket to a friend or colleague by emailing their full name, email, and dietary needs to at least 48 hours before the event. In the event that we sell out, we'd be happy to connect you with anyone that is looking to buy a ticket.

I admit I was a little apprehensive about going to Summercamp. I feared that it might all be a bit too hippie and ‘deep’ for me, or a ‘too cool for school’; or that my small kid-free, off- grid campsite might seem a bit insignificant in comparison to what other people were achieving. But actually it wasn’t like that at all. Everyone was just really open, engaging and supportive, interested in new ideas and keen to share their experiences in order to help other businesses grow. There were no egos, which was really refreshing, just lots of talking, listening, laughing and dancing, oh and some Karaoke at 9.30am!
— Bridget, UK