We are so glad you found your way back to International Camp, be it a virtual one. Enjoy the memories and pictures that are already here and share your memories to fill up the gaps!
This is going to be a special year. There are plans to have s special day during IC2008 where people that were involved in the past can come and celebrate. I'll keep you posted here!
Camp still is going strong and every year young people from all over the world have the holiday of a life time, and make lots of international friends. My 2 sons enjoy camp just as much as I did back in the 7-tees.
On these pages you will find some personal memories and pictures from myself and a few others. It would be great if "old" campers and staff members could meet up here and share pictures and stories.
On the forum you can refind some of your long lost friends or maybe even an "old summer love".
If you have anything you want to share, like pictures or stories, you can contact me throug the contact form, the forum or the guestbook. I'll get back to you asap.
Have a good time in "virtual camp" and come back as often as you like.
Come in the tent and enjoy a trip down memory lane !!!!!!!!!!!
Some things have not changed. The tents still smell the same, the grass is still green, the weather is still very English, the atmosphere is as good as ever and camp is still all about "the International Experience" like described in the poem below:
WHAT IS MY COUNTRY
What is my country?
They asked me,
and suddenly I realised
that I no longer knew.
That I couldn't even answer,
in any language,
in any place,
in any time.
For here I am,
a citizen of the world.
by John Wiltshire, as published in the camps paper "the Clarion" (no1) in 1971