Lou me n Will were undecided , we were thinking of going to busfest which is 25 miles from my house but are just a little fed up with the hustle an bustle of vw events so decided on a quiet couple of days out in the sticks . We just loaded the van and pointed her towards Malvern-ish and drove we chose a meandering route through the back lanes of Worcestershire and the cider orchards of our beautiful county undecided whether to wild camp or pay , somehow we ended up near Bromyard in a superb delicatessen we bought home made cider , pate , bread and sausages for our supper and headed off to park up and nosh the fresh fayre . on the way to Bromyard we had seen caravan and camping club sign tucked away in a hedge and decided to investigate further , it was a field and there was water hook up and a toilet block up by the farm £10 a night , The sun was still blazing when we set up camp , the farmer said he would be down after bailing and take our money , he did sound very cheerful on the phone . The field only held five vans but the views over to the Clee hills were spectacular and the meal we ate just as the sun was setting was made more the enjoyable for it or was that the Worcestershire cider which we enjoyed with our meal . After tea we had a stroll down the site to the fishing pools and watched as Steve the farmer grafted with his mate doing the bailing . Steve popped down for his tenner after tea and he was a cheerie bloke , within ten minutes i knew his life story and had a invite back as often as i liked . We will be going back to explore the walks and drink more cider You have to be a caravan and camping club member to stay in the field we stayed on but he he does have some other pitches with hard standing further up the drive , we liked the field and we liked the site .