We aim to take precautions to make your stay as safe as possible.
High risk areas such as toilets, showers, laundry etc will remain closed. We are only taking bookings for caravans and motorhomes with their own facilities. Electric hook ups, water and Elsan Disposal are available.
Campers are encouraged to:
- Only make bookings for their immediate family
- Contact the site in advance to make payment
- Bring soap, hand gel, gloves, disinfectant and hand sanitiser
- Avoid making arrangements to meet friends who are not camping on site – all unauthorised visitors will be asked to leave
- Stay in your vehicle on arrival and call the site on 07802221211 – you will then be escorted to your pitch by a member of staff.
Please make sure to observe social distancing guidelines
Campers are encouraged to avoid letting their children roam unsupervised round the site so that they do not, albeit inadvertently, break the 2m rule.
Anti-bacterial sprays, hand gels and paper towels will be provided at all water taps, hook-up points and waste disposal.
Welcome To Poachers Patch
Poachers Patch is a quiet caravan and camping site in the village of Brant Broughton in Lincolnshire, with easy access to the A17, 7 miles south of Newark on Trent. The cathedral city of Lincoln is also only 12 miles away. The site is on the south of the High Street in Brant Broughton, set back from the road just after a small hump-backed bridge if you arrive from the A17.
Poachers Patch is a 4.5 acre, flat, long meadow bordering the Sandbeck stream to our south and the River Brant to our east. The meadow is divided into 2 paddocks, 3 acres for camping or caravan rallies with 5 hook-ups for none members and 1.5 acres for a 5 van certified site with The Camping and Caravanning Club. If you have yet to join this can be arranged on site.
We have a fire pit for camp fires with logs available on request and a decked picnic area with a goldfish pond and summer house [a small fridge is located here for campers to use]. There is also a small bird-watching hut where barn owls have been seen as they nest nearby.
Places Of Interest
Our local church St Helens has a 300 foot spire, so is a useful land mark to let you know you are close to the site. The church was built in the 13th century and has a 4 sar rating in Britain’s 1000 best churches, which puts us in the top 100. Brant Broughton also has a 17th century Society of Friends [Quaker] Meeting House and a charming Methodist chapel. They all welcome visitors.