There is nothing to complain about, a magnificent English summer camp. The number of "activities" outside of school is extreme, everything is different and interesting (as parents, we could always clarify plans for the coming days, schedule of excursions, etc.). The only thing is that the camp is a bit out of place, far from large cities, so the trips that were, were long, small children may get tired on the way (we have a son of 15 years, so there were no problems).
On the other hand, being in such a rural area, firstly, shows England as it is, and secondly, provides an opportunity for additional activities such as hiking, "forest trail" (something like forest walking tour), all kinds of eco lectures and trips to farms. The territory is very large, so everything for children’s sports and clubs was right at school, which is a plus for us personally.