Before contacting us please ensure you have read all of the relevant covid-19 information below and for general queries our FAQs.

If you haven’t already booked, you can check availability and book on our Availability & Booking page.

If you would like to add extras or activities to your existing booking we will contact all campers when these are available to book online.

Please accept our apologies for any delay in replying to your query, we are a small team and during busy periods it can take us some time to get through all the emails, but we endeavour to reply within 48 hours.

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The Fallow Fields Team

Facilities & Social distancing

We have 6 acres in total at Selson farm and 10.5 acres at Lathe Barn. There is a pre-assigned pitch system in place so that we can guarantee space between pitches and you can relax by your tent in peace and safety. We will endeavour to keep groups (of up to 4 pitches/ bell tents) next to each other.

The shop & showers & toilets we will have 2 deep cleans a day from with regular wipe downs of touch-points throughout the day.

In the camp shop we will be accepting card transactions only – no cash will be accepted.

We ask all our campers to respect each other and adhere to any guidelines set by the government for everyone’s safety & peace of mind. Anyone not following these guidelines will be asked to leave.


Groups of up to 4 pitches/ bell tents are welcome and we will allocate pitches next to each other if advised on booking.

As always groups are asked to respect our other campers and keep noise to a minimum after 10.30pm until 7.30am.

Groups will need to respect any social distancing requirements as per the current government guidelines at the time of their stay.

If you have made a booking on behalf of others, please ensure they are aware of these guidelines. Anyone not adhering to these guidelines will be asked to leave.

Hygiene measures

We take pride in ensuring high levels of hygiene on site at all times, in particular in the showers and toilets and other communal areas.

With the additional concern of COVID-19 we will be carrying out extra measures in all our communal areas and placing hand sanitiser stations around the campsite. Our staff will increase the frequency of cleaning our public areas (including shops, door handles, bathrooms, etc.) continuing the use of high-grade disinfectants and sanitisers.

We also ask all campers to wipe down touch-points before and after use of facilities.

Bell tents

Our bell tents are already placed at 8-10m gaps around our main camping field and we will allocate tent pitches 4-6m distance from them and each other.

All furnished bell tents will have the additional measure of an anti-bacterial fogger used in them between hires. This will kill 99.99% of germs and stays active on surfaces for up to 30 days.

Fresh bedding will be provided, but if you prefer to bring your own, let us know and we will provide just a mattress protector and sheet.

Food and drinks

COVID-19 is a respiratory illness and scientific advice suggests it is unlikely that you can catch coronavirus from food, however our Field Kitchen, Gin & Fizz bar and shop team will continue to work to the highest standards of hygiene.

A full menu is available throughout the season for several evenings a week and breakfasts on weekends. All orders must be pre-booked through the website.


Our normal activities are subject to change based on government guidance; We will be offering bush craft sessions for a maximum of 12 people on a Saturday and mini sessions on Wednesdays in the half term and school summer holidays.

Please keep an eye on our Things to Do page for full details of activities being offered.

We will work to ensure all our campers have the best experience possible and keep everyone updated of all activities available prior to arrival.

What should I do if I feel ill during my stay?

If you experience any symptoms of coronavirus during your stay, (including a new, continuous cough, high temperature, or loss, or change in your normal sense of taste and smell) please leave the campsite and return home as soon as you practically can, ensuring you don’t come in to contact with others. Please leave a message on the site telephone so they are aware of your early departure or email

Once you have arrived home, you should contact the NHS to arrange a test and continue to follow government guidance on self-isolation and social distancing.

Please note, for public health and safety, your contact information may be shared with NHS Test and Trace if this situation arises.

What happens if Fallow Fields cannot open?

In the event Government advice means we are closed at the time of your booking, your deposit payment will be held on your customer record for re-booking until the end of the following season.

These measures form part of our T&Cs during this time and we reserve the right to update them in accordance with government guidelines. If you are concerned about how these measures will affect your booking please contact us on or call 0800 035 0002.

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