Wel­come to the par­ent-free zone

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got out of our coach and were helped to carry our bags to a huge field. At one end were tents, while at the other were a foot­ball pitch, din­ner ta­bles and hay bales where you could chill.

A stan­dard day at Wickedly Won­der­ful goes like this: you wake up when­ever you like, go over to the break­fast ta­ble where Kather­ine (the chief of staff) hands out pain au choco­lat, pan­cakes or eggy bread (you are al­lowed as much as you want); then you are given the choice of five ce­re­als; af­ter that you start your first ac­tiv­ity ( jelly and wa­ter fight, foot­ball, crab­bing).

Af­ter that, you come back to base and eat as many sand­wiches as you like along with crisps and Kayak­ing Wa­ter, jelly and cus­tard fight Body­board­ing Golf The food Sand dunes Bik­ing Crab­bing This ac­tion-packed camp is en­vi­ron­men­tally con­scious with­out be­ing preachy. Chal­lenges in­clude kayak­ing, camp­ing out in the wild, wall climb­ing, wild food for­ag­ing, an­i­mal track­ing, fal­conry and work­ing with a lo­cal black­smith.

off-grid ad­ven­tures for ac­tive kids. seven to 14. £510 per child

Ed­ward, sec­ond from left, tried body­board­ing and kayak­ing

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