Criccieth is a quiet town in beautiful North Wales which annually hosts Criccieth 2 Venture. Join us for exciting activities, such as rock climbing, sea swimming, archery or climbing Mount Snowdon, all while learning about God. Close to the beach, Snowdonia National Park and the world famous ice cream shop, Cadwalader's, Criccieth offers the perfect setting for an exciting adventure this summer!
Bron Eifion Farm, Pwllheli Road, Criccieth, Gwynedd Map
31 July 2018 - 9 August 2018 (9 nights)
Approx 47 places for ages 11 - 16
Spaces currently available
Andrew Gordon (07748 773046) Ellen Horton
47 Agecroft Road West
Tel: 0161 798 8018
Our leaders are from a range of backgrounds. Some of our leaders are students while some take the time at camp as their annual leave from work. Many of our leaders were once young people on our camp. We all try to meet up a couple of times through the year as those 9 days at camp have just as much influence on our lives as we hope they do on your lives. Come and join us!
We sleep in large, canvas ridge tents on sturdy camp beds and karrimats. We aim to put a group of 5 or 6 campers in each tent with two leaders. We take ages and friendships into consideration when organising the groups.
We sleep in tents and eat our meals in a big marquee but we have a fully plumbed shower block with hot water available at all times and toilets. Our meals are cooked in a purpose built cook house.
We run a busy programme that comprises field games, outings, mountain walking (we are lucky enough to be able to offer a walk up Mount Snowdon), water sports, archery, mountain boarding, rock climbing, football, pitch and putt, leisure centre and beach activties. There is however, always the option of a stroll into the village for an icecream or just sunbathing on the field.
We have a beautiful, secluded field in the seaside town of Criccieth, North Wales. The field is large enough for us to have a 5-a-side football pitch, volley ball court, basketball nets and cricket available at all times. We make use of our surrounding beaches, the town of Porthmadog and the Snowdonia mountain range.