Our holidays have a fun, friendly atmosphere, giving every young person the chance to explore the Christian faith and have an unforgettable holiday.

The holidays are led by a core leadership team of men and women overseen by Rev’d Anthony Bewes. A large number of additional volunteer leaders support them, providing one leader for every two or three teenagers on each holiday.

The Senior holidays in 2022 will be at Forres Sandle Manor School in the New Forest, and The Poplars near the Malvern Hills.

2022 dates


Week 1A (Yrs 9 – 11): 10th – 16th July (Full)
Week 1B (6th Form): 10th – 16th July
Week 2 (Yrs 9 – 13): 17th – 23rd July
Week 3 (Yrs 9 – 13): 24th – 30th July
Week 4 (Yrs 9 – 13): 31st July – 6th August

Cost: £400 (bursaries are available)

2023 dates


Week 1A (Yrs 9 – 11): Sun 9th – Sat 15th July
Week 1B (6th Form): Sun 9th – Sat 15th July
Week 2: Sun 16th – Sat 22nd July
Week 3: Sun 23rd – Sat 29th July
Week 4: Sun 30th July – Sat 5th August

Week 1B will take place at The Poplars.

Cost: £425 (bursaries are available)

PLEASE NOTE: To avoid disruption to groups and activities, we are unable to accept bookings for only part of a holiday. Applications are accepted for only one of these holidays and early booking is advisable. 


Whether coming for the first time and on their own, or returning with a group of friends, it’s often the friendships which have been the lasting legacy for many of their involvement with Lymington Rushmore.


From high-octane to relaxed, home-grown to offsite externally sourced, for the sporty, the arty, the musical – there’s something for everyone at Lymington Rushmore!


Our holidays enable some to explore Christianity and equip others to deepen their faith. Whether coming from a faith background or not, together we consider Christianity and its relevance today through…

• Short talks from the Bible morning and evening
• Smaller discussion groups each evening
• Optional lunchtime seminars
• Time and space to ask questions informally


Each day is packed full of activities catering for a wide variety of interests.  Mornings are usually spent on-site making the most of the excellent facilities.  Afternoons are often spent further afield. 

  • Archery
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Badminton
  • Basketball
  • Beach Volleyball
  • Board Games
  • Bowls
  • Combat Archery
  • Combat Games
  • Cookery
  • Country Houses
  • Climbing
  • Crate Climbing
  • Cricket
  • Croquet
  • Dodgeball
  • Drama Workshop
  • Excursions
  • Football
  • Golf
  • Hockey
  • Juggling
  • Kayaking
  • Lacrosse
  • Music
  • Netball
  • Offroad Cycling
  • Photography
  • Power Kiting
  • Power Boating
  • Real Tennis
  • Sailing
  • Raft Building
  • Ropes Course
  • Padder
  • Paddle Boarding
  • Sketching
  • Squash
  • Swimming
  • Tennis
  • Touch Rugby
  • Velodrome
  • Volleyball
  • Waterpark
  • Waterskiing
  • Wide Games
  • Windsurfing


Whilst each day on our holidays is different a typical day might look something like this:

8.45 Breakfast

10.00 Morning Meeting

10.30 Activities

12.45 Lunch

1.30 Afternoon Activities

4.45  Tea

7.15 Supper

8.30 Evening Meeting

9.15 Evening fun

9.45 Group Discussion

10.00 Wind-down & Bed


The food is always a highlight of camp and is provided by our own team of volunteer cooks. There is healthy, home-made food in plentiful supply! We are able to cater for different dietary needs by prior arrangement.

Book with Confidence

We appreciate that making plans at this time of uncertainty is difficult, so please be assured that should we have to cancel the holidays as a result of Covid-19, a full refund of any monies paid (including the deposit) will be made. All fees are held in a ring-fenced account to ensure we can make this guarantee.

We are now members of PTS to provide protection for fees paid – more details in terms and conditions.