EDINBURGH FESTIVAL CAMPING BLOG

Project ReCamp returns to support Edinburgh’s homeless charities

[vc_row row_type="row" type="full_width" text_align="left" css_animation=""][vc_column][vc_empty_space][vc_column_text]Project ReCamp was launched in 2014 to combat the throw-away culture that we have seen develop at places like Glastonbury, where campers abandon their equipment and camping gear ends up in a landfill. Guests are encouraged to donate unwanted sleeping bags,...

Easy airport accommodation and hotels in Edinburgh

Limit any stress you might have about missing your flight by staying near the airport at Edinburgh Festival Camping, with great facilities for single travellers and families, a Fringe venue and more...

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Motorhoming in Scotland in August

Whether you are driving to Scotland or flying into Edinburgh to collect your motorhome, Edinburgh is likely to be one of your first stops. Here are a few things you need to know about what's happening in Edinburgh this August...

7 reasons why you should Glamp at the Edinburgh Festival….

Most people have had some kind of camping experience, be it as a child when you were in the Scouts, a weekend trip with your friends when you were first getting a taste for independence, or it could be a beloved pastime, a way to spend...

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The 7 Day Arts Challenge

The process of consuming and / or making art are proven to reduce stress and anxiety and increase positive emotions. So, we're issuing a challenge to everyone to get more "art" in your life...

Project Re-Camp 2016 supports Venture Scotland and Streetworks

We'd like to thank everyone who donated unwanted and unused kit this year to Project Re-Camp. We loathe the idea that so much camping kit could end up in landfill when there are so many organisations and people who could benefit from being able to...

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Project Re-camp Returns for Edinburgh Fringe and Festivals in 2016

We've seen at Glastonbury this year the sheer amount of waste left behind and, more importantly, the amount of perfectly good camping and sleeping kit which is left behind and often then gets ruined by being exposed to the elements or broken because no-one cares....