Payment Options
Payment options for Sound Camp

One fee of £150 per person covers everything for the three days:  camping facilities, meals, snacks, teas, coffee, Spring water, and entertainment.

Payment/bookings are now closed. and will open on the 20th May 2018.

Terms and Conditions.

Payment options:

Paying via bank transfer by filling out the booking form, please make payment to Peter Whitehart and transfer funds to account: ? sort code: ? using Sound Camp as a reference.

Or pay via online payment by filling out the booking form and follow the link on the thank you page that apears after submiting the form.

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worthy charities

Here are a few worthy charities to choose from.

More charities will be added to this page soon.




TREE AID helps people in the drylands of Africa to lift themselves out of poverty and protect their environment.

People here live in some of the toughest conditions on earth and trees are essential to their survival. Trees provide nutrition, generate income and help to create a healthy environment.

TREE AID works with local communities to help them protect and grow trees, for themselves and for future generations.



Only 13.8% of Native Americans have a bachelor’s degree.

The American Indian College Fund invests in Native students and tribal college education to transform lives and communities.


Native American Rights Fund

Wacantognaka, the Lakota word for generosity, means to contribute to the well-being of one’s people and all life by sharing and giving freely. In fact, all Native American and Alaska Native tribes share this core value of generosity. Only with your generous support, can NARF achieve its mission of justice on behalf of Native Americans.


Humanity has a (roughly) 1.6-planet ‘footprint’ – i.e. we need 1.6 planets to maintain our current way of life. But of course we only have one, so it’s essential to bring our ‘footprint’ under one planet. Peer-reviewed ecologists are telling us that unless we change direction, we’re headed for ecological collapse and eventual extinction, and if you understand peer-review, you’ll know that we need to take this seriously.



 Member of the Federation of WWOOF Organisations
welcoming volunteers for over 45 years!

Get hands-on experience on organic farms, gardens and smallholdings – all offering food, accommodation and learning in exchange for practical help on the land.

WWOOF UK is a membership charity registered in England and Wales, and Scotland, founded by Sue Coppard in 1971 – she is still active with us today.



How your money supports us

Did you know that we're an educational charity as well as a visitor attraction? By supporting Eden today you’ll help us to continue to deliver transformational projects which can make a real difference to people’s lives and to our planet.