Coul Beck is a working farm, so please be aware that whilst we have excellent facilities on site, there are some limitations because of the geography of the site.
Please note, that for health and hygiene reasons, we cannot allow any pets of any size on site.
We have facilities on site for disabled campers and day visitors. Please write to us with information if you need special help – we do all we can to help, but may not be able to meet every need given the limitations we work with on site.
You are able to arrive on site after 2pm on Thursday 22nd August. We will not be able to allow anyone else on site until that point, as we need to be certain that we are ready to receive you! NO EXCEPTIONS.
Church Co-ordinators – If you are one of our great church co-ordinators, can you please arrange to be on site by 11am on Thursday 22nd August so that we can meet with you and help you as you prepare for your church to arrive after 2pm.
Fast becoming the centre of social activity at North, the Hub hosts the Haybale (our onsite café), the Bookshop and the food shop. It’s the place to go to get a great coffee, to play some board games, chat with friends, buy food for the body and food for the spirit!
The Haybale will once again offer great food at good prices – rather than bringing loads of food to take home (or even better, to leave behind for Open Door North East), why not treat yourselves to a great value meal?
The Food Shop stocks locally produced meat, egg and dairy products as well as home baked cakes and other goodies.
And just in case you get bored, (weather permitting!!!!) we are hoping to have our football competition, and our trusty bouncy castles! And we’re looking to continue to offer great afternoon entertainment for our U12’s.
Click here for more information or please call the North office on 07936 230387.