The team at pop-up glamping site Eweleaze Farm, Dorset, is on a mission to ask the government to review the current law surrounding pop-up campsites. The last two camping seasons have seen pop-up sites across the UK able to open for 56 days, creating many
opportunities and increasing economic benefit for farmers up and down the country. The law has now been reverted back to 28 days.
A petition has been formed asking the government to review this law and change it so all pop-up campsites can open for 56 days a year. A target 100,000 signatures is needed by 22 October in order for the petition to be discussed in parliament. To sign, visit petition.parliament.uk/petitions/615270