Slinfold is run by Volunteers.  A small, peaceful oasis of a site (former railway station) planted with silver birch, rowan and flowering cherry, this gem of a site is located at the end of a country lane on the edge of a pretty stone-roofed village 3 miles outside the market town of Horsham in West Sussex: Ideal for a relaxing break, there is an amazing variety of wildlife around the site.

Footpaths and cycle routes radiate including the South Downs Link to the North Downs which runs past the site.
The reception is built on the site of an old railway station, closed in 1965, and displays many historical pictures and fascinating facts.
The village of Slinfold is a delight with rose-covered cottages still retaining their old names such as The Tannery and Forge Cottage. Local people extend a warm welcome to caravaners particularly at fete and flower festival times.


Tasks include the following:
Meeting, greeting and booking in of members arriving on site
Dealing with telephone calls
End of month accounts
Ground maintenance
Liaising with staff at Head Office

All Volunteer Wardens usually work for at least 2 consecutive weeks. Two sets of wardens are on site so you can work with friends or our site co-ordinator will find you a co warden.

Full training will be given and initially you will be given a buddy warden.
Interested? This group of volunteers is organised by the South East Region Co-ordinator. If you are interested or would like to know more please email:-