Sacred Arts Camp

Another wonder-full Sacred Arts Camp has now finished for 2024.
Check back towards the end of this year for details for the 2025 camp
(May Spring bank holiday week).

Something to offer all ages, this family camp in the Chiltern Hills will nurture and inspire you.

* Camping in circles around a fire * Community * Friendship * Dancing * Singing *
* Creativity * Meditation * Yoga * Tai-Chi * Storytelling * Sports & Games * Nature *
* Activities for children & teens * Acoustic music * Cafe * Shop * Alcohol & Drug free *

For more information about life at camp, please see our Welcome Guide (PDF)

Activities for all the Family

Our programme of activities is full and varied and suitable for the whole family.  It includes dancing, singing, creativity, sports and games, yoga, stories and so much more.

Excellent Facilities

The site is surrounded by mature trees and has compost toilets and hot showers.  We provide a cafe and shop to enable you to stay on the site all week.

Workshop Leaders

Our workshop leaders are experienced and enthusiastic. 

Many have been attending the camp for a long time. Whether you are new to camp or a regular, young or not so young, you will be encouraged and supported in everything you try.

Sacred Arts is special because it is truly a community camp and we are deeply committed to welcoming people of all ages, gender identities, ethnicities, cultures and neurodiversities.

We have a great opportunity at our camp to practice deep listening with an openness to learn and grow our understanding of each other.

My vision is of camp as a microcosm, of how we want life to be, a practice ground for living together.

- Gulzar, Camp Advisor

The theme of this year’s Sacred Arts is:

Honouring Difference - Uniting in Love

Children and Teens

Children also love camp, joining in with the creative workshops and games and other activities provided for them each day, making new friends and relishing the opportunity for natural and free play. There is also a space for under 5’s and their carers to meet and play, with some activities provided.

Teenagers form a vibrant and friendly community within the camp, sharing and forming lasting friendships. They are supported in organised workshops, music, games and sports.

“I Thank you! I felt welcome to be at SAC. I enjoyed the Camp and am grateful to be there. Eliza told me she really enjoyed it and would like to come back next year :)

I am happy and grateful to support SAC and make a contribution, I hope I could be of any help.

For me it was both a place to meet nice people, to do nice and inspiring activities and also to relax. And perhaps I can carry some positive vibes back at home :)' Adriaan