Hollinwood is a Scout campsite in Greater Manchester.  And much more.

 

It is a place to learn skills for life.  It is an idea, a project.  It is countryside.  In Salford.  A place to relax, have fun, explore nature, get dirty, breathe clean air.

 

It's a place to be with friends or with yourself.

Come and join us!

Latest News...

We're Open! March 2022 

Leaders NO LONGER need a Greenfield permit to camp at Hollinwood.  You just need a nights away permit.

Bookings can be made via our bookings page

 

We can't wait to see you again!

Further funding!!!: March 1st 2022.  08:30

We are delighted to say that we have now raised over £140,000 of our £250k target! 

 

Visit our 2 funding projects: 

    1. Hollinwood Heroes for 'day to day' projects such as this MORE

    2. #buildhollinwood which is our building project fundraising MORE

We hope you can help!

We're encouraging people to share this letter : Apr 13th 2021. 15:30

Please email this letter to your HR, Fundraising team, Chief Exec!  We really need businesses in Greater Manchester to help #BuildHollinwood.  This letter will tell them how they can support the project.  Organisations are wanting to help but don't know how.  You can tell them!  **if you are having problems viewing the letter please try a different browser or check your file download area **

Become a Hollinwood Hero today!

RHS / Roe Deer update: Mar 1st 2021. 17:30

 

For the past 2 months the Hollinwood Managers have been in direct communication with the Head of RHS Bridgewater and his team to work up a plan to re-home the remaining deer from our old site at Middlewood to Hollinwood.  This is a huge step forward and great news for the community we live in.

As Scouts, wildlife is extremely important to us, as is our local community.  We believe in building bridges and improving relations with our neighbours to reach positive conclusions

We know that the RHS have upset many local people but by working together we can protect local wildlife better.  We are confident that RHS Bridgewater are doing everything possible to keep the remaining deer healthy.

If you have any questions about this story please get in touch with us.  Updates will be posted here.