Radwell Mill Farm
|Additional Meet |
|The Annual Conker competition for the Alec Wilmot trophy will take place on Sunday after coffee on the field (weather permitting). Hall is available Friday and Saturday evenings with an American Tea for our Harvest Supper which will begin in the hall (SG7 5EP) at 5.00pm.|
|Address||Radwell Mill Farm |
|Post code||SG7 5ET|
|Directions||Radwell is situated on a side road off the A507 between Baldock and Junction 10 of the A1(M). Exit A1(M) at Junction 10 and take the A507 in the direction of Baldock. After going around 1 roundabout and about 1/4 mile there is a sign and a camping sign to Radwell Only. Turn right, through the village down to the lake at the bottom. Continue down a private farm road until you reach the camping signs at the end, about 100 yards.|
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Simple and rural camp site which appeals to those who like camping in the old fashioned sense, that is to say, they do not offer electric hook ups or hot water. This might be considered by some to be a no no and by others to be a yes yes. What this site offers is a pleasant grassy site and clean toilets. The site is in an orchard on the Farm and the other place is a field, bordered on one side by a plantation of poplar trees and a stream. Public footpaths surround the site across the fields. As the name implies, there is a considerable sized lake just up the road which I can confidently say have the best fed ducks and geese anywhere!
For those who enjoy bird life, there are many varieties. It does not take long for the ducks to discover that the campsite can be a fertile source of food and they are often to be seen quacking around the campers.
Muntjac deer are also often seen.
The village has a beautiful little Church, All Saints, which is always open for visits and contains several 17th Century memorials and early brasses of distinction. A booklet giving the history of the Church is available for £1.