Fancy a Wild Night Out on the South Downs on Saturday 30th June?

Wild Night Out on the South Downs has been organised by Holly Budge, adventurer, conservationist and Everest Summiteer.  The evening is to encourage everyone – families, first timers, seasoned explorers – to enjoy an evening and night of wild adventure.  The event is on Saturday 30th June 2018 on the South Downs at Holden Farm, Cheriton on the South Downs Way near Alresford, Hampshire.

As well as the camping experience the event will also include stories round the campfire, music under the stars, lessons in bushcraft, bird watching and local conservation.  A complete bonus to this adventure is that there will be an optional 5 mile walk with Holly from Alresford (meet at White Space Alresford) to Holden Farm and back again the following day.

Some of life’s best adventures are the ones where you never quite know what’s coming but someone else has done the thinking for you!  Join Holly for this fabulous adventure and Enjoy your wild night out!


To be a part of Wild Night Out on the South Downs, book your place using the link below.

Ticket price: Adult: £10 Family: £25

100% of the proceeds will go to @howmanyelephants


More information on a Wild Night Out – can be found on their website


The facilities onsite include hot showers, toilets and washing up facilities but please don’t forget:

  1. The obvious:
    1. a tent and sleeping bag or a bivvy bag
  2. The less obvious:
    1. Headtorch; From making dinner to finding your way, having hands-free light is essential. Don’t forget the spare batteries!
    2. Dry Socks; At the risk of sounding like your mum, wet feet do not a happy camper make, and when the soggy socks hit for what ever reason, a dry pair are pure heaven.
    3. Your favourite snacks, food and drink; I am a firm believer in enjoying whatever wilderness you chose to explore, and nothing says ‘I’m loving my wild night out!’ like your favourite snacks.  Whatever you chose, keep thinking about how good it’ll taste when you reach camp and snuggle down for the night, especially if you’ve got a bit of a hike in between you and your sleeping bag.