Tekels Park, where our camps are held, is a 50 acre estate about 30 miles from London. It currently has a Guest House, a small church and a number of private houses. The field is a Site of National Conservation Interest, being one of the few untouched areas of acid grassland left in Surrey. There is a lot of animal and birdlife including deer, foxes, badgers, stoats, sparrowhawks, woodpeckers, tawny owls and many more. Many species of trees include 3 types of redwood, ginko, eucalyptus, red oak, tall magnolias and lebanese cedars. Many of our members regard Tekels Park as a spiritual home and many of us have formed friendships through our camps which will last a lifetime.