1. Choose your programme, either one of the Guilds or the Foxes children’s programme. Guild places are £680 during May, £740 June onwards, Foxes are £290.

2. Complete the appropriate online booking form/s for you and any other family members or participants you’re paying for – the link at the bottom of this page takes you to the booking forms page.

3. Eash booking form contains full payment information: You need to make a deposit payment, £250 for a Guild or £150 for Foxes, or more, to reserve your place.

4. We’ll confirm your booking by email when we receive your deposit.

5. You’ll receive a full welcome pack in June.

6. Once you’ve paid your deposit and reserved your place, full payment must be made by June 21st . If you’re able to pay in full sooner we would appreciate it. We’ll accept bookings later than this if places remain, however full payment will be required when booking. To discuss paying by instalments after this date please email [email protected]


How and when to pay

Payment is by bank transfer (info on booking form).

For programmes with a deposit, payment of the balance must be received by 21st June. All bookings after this date require payment in full.


Cancellation policy

If it is necessary for us to cancel the camp for any reason, your deposit and any other payments will be refunded in full. 

If you’re unable to attend for any reason, we may (at our discretion) refund your payment, minus a £25 admin fee, if we’re able to fill your place(s).

If we can’t fill your space we won’t be able to refund your payment. If you’re unable to attend please let us know asap.


What’s included

Prices include all meals, camping, whole group activities and all the life and learnings of the village that we co create together.


If you have any further questions please email Kevin on [email protected]



Participant Agreements – Nature Culture Connection camp 2024

By filling in any participant application form, you are agreeing to the following:

To the best of my ability, I will be at The Clophill Centre, Bedfordshire, England, by 5pm at the latest on Sunday August 4th and will remain on site until 1pm on Saturday 10th August. I know that not being on site during these times will adversely affect the depth of my experience and learning.

When there is the invitation for personal or depth sharing, I agree to respect the confidentiality of all participants and staff – I will keep their names, their remarks and experiences confidential. This agreement does not preclude me from freely sharing my experience with anyone I choose, as long as the confidentiality of the other participants and staff is maintained.

I understand that the Connection Camp is an experience that is potentially transformative and that any experience I have on the course will be greatly improved by a clear head and heart. I also understand that this means I might be unusually affected by alcohol and/or recreational drugs.
Therefore I agree to significantly lower or abstain altogether from alcohol and recreational drugs for 24 hours before the camp begins. During the training, I will abstain altogether from alcohol and recreational drugs.

I take responsibility for consulting with a medical doctor, counsellor or therapist concerning any known or potential physical or mental condition that I have for the purpose of getting medical permission and support to participate in the training. I assume the risk, by this consent, of any illness during the training, and hereby release Nature Culture Network CIC from liability in this respect.