‘The ability to generate distanced silliness is a key skill in lockdown Britain.’

Tent revival: Amy Rugg goes Quaker camping

‘Our usual communal meal became a “Bring and Don’t Share” affair, where everyone ate together yet separately.’ | Photo: Sahin Yesilyaprak on Unsplash.

A singular summer experience this year was Quaker Camping at White Mark Hill, in Watlington, Oxfordshire. Covid rules were observed but didn’t prevent campers enjoying a wonderful holiday experience.

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