Camp 2024

We're already looking forward to camp and thought you'd like to know dates asap


Senior Camp (ages 10yrs and over) 22 - 24 July, at Kirkley Hall

Cost £195 (the cost of camp is subsidized by our branch)

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Middle Camp (ages 9yrs and under approx) 25 - 27 July, at Kirkley Hall

Cost £155 (the cost of camp is subsidized by our branch)

Please note anyone who needs to be on lead rein or have a side walker in riding sessions

must go to mini camp

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Mini Camp (6yrs and under approx) 29 - 31 July at Houndalee Farm, Widdrington, NE61 5EE

Cost £135 (the cost of camp is subsidized by our branch)

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 Please note to attend a summer camp, we need to have seen you and your pony at a rally to enable us to assess which groups would be most suitable for you at camp. 


For our older members we're hoping to run a training camp - dates and details to follow 


Morpeth Hunt PC Camp 2024

 Pony Club camps are one of those life experiences that all children who love ponies will never forget. Members go to Pony Club Camp to learn more about horsemanship make friends and have a great time!  


Applications for camps will be secured on a first come, first served basis and on acceptance of a £50 non-refundable deposit. Until your deposit is received, your place cannot be guaranteed. Payment for your deposit is to be made via Horse Events, then the remaining balance paid directly to our branch account in July. Please note places will be limited.


Links to follow

All entries are subject to a non-refundable booking fee which will be stated online


Senior Camp (22 - 24 July)


Senior Camp is for children aged 10 years and over, the children and ponies are encouraged to stay at camp


The ponies stay at camp, all in stables, so the children are responsible for all the duties to look after them such as feeding and mucking out. Experienced help is always on hand and the camp supervisor / instructors will oversee equine welfare and management.


Members will be grouped into rides according to age and experience and will work with different instructors during camp, normally riding twice a day in addition to stable management lessons.


Accommodation is in shared caravans, horseboxes or tents provided by members, but we can always match people up if you have no one to share with.


Meals are eaten in the classroom which is our main ‘base’ and used for a number of other activities.


The last day is competition day to which parents are invited along to watch and when everyone can win lots of rosettes.


Senior camp is really good fun and teaches children so much about life and responsibilities. Hopefully everyone goes home happy and very tired!


Parents are expected to help cover the evening supervision if members are to stay overnight at camp!

 Middle & mini camps


Middle camp is for members 9 years and under (25 - 27 July)

Mini camp is for members 6 years and under (29 - 31 July)



At both of these camps children go home each day after tea, although ponies can stay over.

For middle camp all ponies will be stabled.


The children are split into groups depending on their age and ability. We have helpers at both of these camps to assist the younger members with various tasks such as tacking up.

There will be various competitions on the last day of camp which parents are invited to come along and watch. Camp is designed to encourage, give confidence and really progress members’ riding and knowledge, but most of all to have fun!




LEGAL LIABILITY: Save for death or personal injury caused by the negligence of the Organisers, or anyone for whom they are in law responsible, neither the Organisers of any event to which these rules apply, nor the Pony Club, nor any agent, employee or representative of these bodies, accepts any liability for any accident, loss, damage, injury or illness to horses, owners, riders, spectators, land, cars, their contents and accessories, or any other person or property whatsoever, whether caused by their negligence, breach of contract or in any other way whatsoever

HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE: The Organisers of this Event have taken reasonable precautions to ensure the health and safety of everyone present. For these measures to be effective, everyone must take all reasonable precautions to avoid and prevent accidents occurring and must obey the instructions of the Organisers and all the Officials and Stewards.

BIOSECURITY: Passports and Equine Influenza: A reminder that any horse or pony attending a Pony Club activity must be accompanied by their passport. The first and second Equine Flu vaccination injections must have been given and, if needed, correct subsequent booster injections. The Pony Club/BEF’s rules will apply and Passports will be spot checked to ensure all horses/ponies are up-to-date with their annual vaccinations. Those not complying will be turned away. Please have your pony/horse’s passport with you and be ready to show the immunisation schedule