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Ashdown Forest is back for another year. A holiday with everything: delicious food, trips, sports, swimming pool and adrenaline filled off-site activities! Take the chance to find out about God and make new friends in a relaxed atmosphere.

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Location:

Cumnor House School, London Road, Danehill, HAYWARDS HEATH, West Sussex Map

Date:

22 July 2017 - 29 July 2017 (7 nights)

Places:

Approx 40 places for ages 13 - 18

Spaces:

Fully booked - sorry

Leaders:

Philip Line & Hazel Line (01582 412697) Guy Heywood & Naomi Heywood (0115 877 3931)

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Price:

£255.00

Send booking forms to:

Guy Heywood
73 Church Drive
Daybrook
NOTTINGHAM
NG5 6LD
Tel: 0115 877 3931

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About The Leaders:

We have a large, friendly, easy going and committed team of leaders.

Accommodation Type:

Accommodation will be in small dormitories in the picturesque Cumnor House School.

Activities and Programme:

At Ashdown Forest the day can be packed full of sport, craft, swimming, trips and various other activities, or, if you prefer, you can put your feet up and chill out in beautiful Sussex. There is a chance to take part in adrenaline filled activities off-site or less adventurous activities for the more faint hearted! We'll also head off site to enjoy the pleasures of Sussex.

About Site and Area:

Set in the beautiful Sussex countryside near Ashdown Forset and the South Downs, Cumnor House school is the perfect setting. As well as sports fields, tennis courts, a theatre and sports hall it has two pools - one indoor and one outdoor, so whatever the weather there is always a chance for a swim.

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