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Summer Camps

Hill House Summer Camps are held each year for five weeks during the school holidays.

Young people aged between 11-25 years join together for a week camping on the sports field but enjoying all the facilities of Hill House.



We have just finished 2017 Camps and it has been a fantastic year!  People are already enquiring about 2018!

New Weeks for 2018!

Week A  (8-11yrs)  –  1st  – 4th August Price £75

Week B  (15 – 17yrs)  – 4th – 11th August   Price £130

Week C  (11-14yrs) –  11th – 18th August  Price £130

Week D  (11-14yrs) – 18th – 25th August  Price £130

Weekend 18+ 25th – 28th August  Price £75

Further information will be available soon.

Weeks A,B,C & D have a free coach to camp from Bristol (Cribbs Causeway)

Week C and D offer addition pickup points  from Gloucester (Denmark Road) for week 4  and Stonehouse (Bethel Church) for Week 5. These additional stops are subject to demand.

Online booking will be available here before Christmas


Other Information

Located near Bridgwater, in the beautiful Somerset Countryside, Hill House is set in ten acres of pasture, five acres of woodland and is ideal for a holiday with both indoor and outdoor pursuits.

Camps are run to give young people maximum fun and enjoyment in a lively Christian atmosphere and provide a variety of activities, competitions and all kinds of sport including swimming in the outdoor pool. Activities vary according to the age group.

All weeks have experienced leader’s who are committed Christians and they work with an enthusiastic team of volunteers. Campers are supervised by leaders during camp for the majority of the time working together in small groups. During day trips off site campers are not under constant supervision but are encouraged to stay in small groups and have access to leaders at a central meeting  point.

Photos taken at camp are published on the Hill House website as a permanent reminder of the summer camps, although will not be used without parental permission.

It is important that campers stay for the duration of the full week, as late arrivals and early departures cause disruption to camp.

As a Christian camp the highest moral standards are encouraged. Each camper will be expected to keep camp rules. Cigarettes, alcohol and illegal substances are not permitted at any time during the weeks of camp. Anyone contravening this may be required to leave camp immediately.