Community Camp

Community Camp is an immersive learning experience, offering a mix of practical activities, workshop sessions and networking opportunities for people from across the UK.

Our Community Camps currently take place online and for our next Camp in October, we'll be piloting a new concise delivery model, designed for newcomers who want to get started.

Don't just take our word for it...

99% of the 2020 participants rated the programme either excellent or good overall, and 97% would recommend virtual Community Camp to others. Here's what some had to say...

"There was so much content, resource, speakers but delivered in a way that felt comfortable and welcoming. It felt like a safe space to be open and learn."

"I think the camp would benefit so many people and not just those who are engaged in the community or looking to engage others - there were useful things for everybody, especially at a time when we need to be coming together and looking forwards after what has been an awful year."

"It has been a very rewarding experience, I have learnt a lot, met a lot of inspiring people and now feel more prepared, confident and motivated to make projects happen in my community. Thank you!"   ...2020 virtual Community Camp participants

Want to be part of it?

Applications for our October 2021 Camp have now closed.

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Community members talking

Camp is for people with an interest in community and action at various stages. Find out what to expect from Community Camp. 

Two people at Eden Project

Find out how it all works, and who you can contact if you have any questions. 

So far, 94% of people who’ve come to a Community Camp have gone on to do something in their communities using skills or information they’ve learnt at Camp. You can read about some of them here!

Network update

If you're thinking about Community Camp, you might also be interested in The Network. It's for anyone who is interested in, or already, making positive changes in their communities. Read more about the Network.