Camping & Caravanning

THE ONLINE MAGAZINE OF THE FRIENDLY CLUB

Features

  • A trek in the Mourne Mountains

    SIMON McGRATH loves the beauty of Slieve Donard, Northern Ireland’s highest mountain, during the DG’s 4 Peaks Challenge…

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  • Walks and rides in the Lake District

    Why not break up your next Lake District walk with a boat trip or steam train ride, says VIVIENNE CROW…

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  • Living under canvas

    We find out more from Club member Chris Arnold about life as an Oxfam volunteer festival steward…

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Eat local

  • Latest recipe

    Chilli and lime halloumi with bbq'd ratatouilleChilli and lime halloumi with bbq'd ratatouille

    Vegetarian

    Ratatouille is a simple but delicious Mediterranean vegetable stew of diced courgettes, aubergines, peppers and tomatoes

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Competitions

Win tickets to the Treasure Houses of England

Win tickets to the Treasure Houses of England

Enter our competition for the chance to win tickets to some great special events at the Treasure Houses

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Member Stories

A member story from 1916

A member story from 1916

This letter was written in July 1916 by Club member Colin Gill and published in the Club’s magazine

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On the cover

Editor
Simon McGrath

The DG's DofE Four Peaks Challenge

Photo by Alisdair Cusick