Warren Oak

[Latest Update 29th May 2021]

Warren Oak Scout Campsite is a 14 acre site, owned and managed by the Malverns District Scouts since 1997. The campsite comprises a number of camping fields, toilet block and and accommodation block, all in a rural setting.

The campsite is located at the foot of the Malvern Hills in a village called Staplow, around 3 miles north north west of the historical town of Ledbury.
Address: Warren Oak Scout Site, Hollow Lane, Staplow, Ledbury, Herefordshire HR8 1NQ.  Ordnance Survey Map Ref: SO 695 412

Access to the site is good. The site has easy access for coaches and other vehicles. We allow vans and cars on-site for unloading under supervision.

Useful Information:

About Warren Oak: Warren Oak should have it’s own website and new one was created at the start of 2020. This is still draft awaiting updates from the Wardens and it’s functionality (including contacts and links) should not be used at present. However it contains some information that may be useful and, for this purpose only, can be found by clicking here

Current Use: Scouting in England is now at the Yellow level. This means that sections can meet again face to face once they have fully satisfied the requirements laid out by The Scout Association (link: https://www.scouts.org.uk/coronavirus) and limited residential experiences (including camping) are now allowed.  We will be updating the Warren Oak risk assessment to reflect this as soon as possible.
Meanwhile, when we were at Amber and Warren Oak was only available for day visitors, The Malverns District  undertook a site specific Return to Face to Face Scouting risk assessment at the Amber level for this use. If you are planning to use Warren Oak for a day event, you should refer to adhere to this risk assessment. This risk assessment can be downloaded as a PDF file  by clicking here.

Click here to go to the official Warren Oak website.