As regular readers know I like churches (even if my ability to move my list is struggling) and on Twitter I follow the excellent Churches Conservation Trust (CCT). The CCT looks after redundant churches, these are churches that are no longer needed for worship but are historically important.
I've noticed a few tweets by them referring to Champing and I was puzzled as to what this was. Apparently it is a combination of the terms Churches and Camping.
Essentially in 2015 the CCT opened up some of its churches for people to camp in. It'll cost you £55 per night and includes a cooked breakfast.
If you want more information then check out the Champing website.
Or you could watch this video
since the video was made there are 10 champing churches