While most delegates camp on site, there are plenty of local B&Bs and hotels in the area.
If you’re new to camping but want to stay on site, don’t worry, there will be lots of friendly people around to help you.
Lost your camping stove?
Pre-book all your meals in the on-site café.
The Westpoint site gets divided into camping areas for each church to camp together.
Camping together as churches is often one of the highlights of Westpoint as relationships get built over games and late evening hot chocolate.
We aim to make your camping experience as good and pleasant as possible so rest assured that there will be plenty of toilets and showers around the site.
Please note: Whilst there are electric points around the site, these are for church marquee use only and should not be used by delegates.
Additional note: The cost of camping increases the closer to the event you book.
See Prices for more info.
If camping isn’t for you, then you don’t need to feel left out. Off-site and day tickets are available and there are plenty of B&Bs and hotels in the area.
For a list of local B&Bs, see the link above, or consider using Google or the Devon Tourist Board.
Don’t fancy cooking on a camping stove? A range of catering options will be available on site.
The Lime Tree Café will be serving hot dinners across the event, which you can book here.
Dinner: 5pm-7pm (pre-book only)
Sunday dinner: 4.30 – 6.30
If you prefer a lighter snack, a range of catering options will be available around the site.
Fancy a BBQ? You are welcome to use a gas BBQ at Westpoint, however charcoal BBQs and open fires are strictly prohibited.
See our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for the location of local shops, etc.
23rd - 27th August 2018
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