2) 2008 DCCCuk Event – BDAA, Holt, Weybourne, North Norfolk

We thank you to British Deaf Astronomical Association
who is kindly invited you to come along mainstream with their rally site
with deaf astronomers for your benefits to interest in astronomy
at Kelling Heath in North Norfolk.


One of the dark sites in the United Kingdom!


British Deaf Astronomical Association
invites you as DCCCuk membership to present
Autumn Equinox Sky Camp 2008
on Wednesday 24th  thru Wednesday 1st October 2008
(Main day – Saturday 27th September 2008)
The Kelling Heath Leisure Park,
Weybourne, Holt, Norfolk, NR25 7HW.

ONLY £13.50 per night!
Bring your caravan, tent or mobile home, only £13.50 including electric hook-up.
(No extra costs for awning, dogs, extra cars, and unlimited of people staying.)

Main day – Saturday 12th September 2015

The main event day is Saturday 12th, with trade stands,
second-hand ‘astroboot’ stalls, talks and a telescope tour.

Day Visitors
There is no charge for day visitors, but anyone wishing to stay for the evening is warned
that car movements cannot take place on the observing field after dark,
so they must park some distance away.

Be Aware!
Again do remember to tell them you are attending Sky Camp.
Please be aware, the strict no-lights rule is only enforced for the main weekend.

We also provide fully equipped amenity buildings with hot showers, washing facilities, individual cubicles, toilets and razor points.
Disabled and baby changing facilities and dishwashing and laundry sinks are also available.
A launderette providing washers and dryers is located to the side of the Village Square.

Unwind & Relax

Entertainment for all tastes
The Village Square is the heart of our holiday community.
Paved and landscaped to blend with the natural beauty of Kelling Heath,
it’s a bustling yet tranquil location in which to relax
with the morning paper, a lunchtime snack or an evening drink.
Enjoy the facilities that lead off from the Square or seek out information on the daily activities at Kelling.

More information about Kelling Heath