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Photo Gallery: Your home camping pictures

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Even though we can’t leave our homes just now , thousands of you have been camping at home, while respecting the lockdown.

Whether it's setting up a tent in your garden, sleeping out in a campervan parked in your drive or simply creating an improvised tent in your living room using blankets and chairs, you've been doing your best to get your camping fix and  following all the government advice on social distancing. Not to mention raising thousands of pounds for the NHS in the process.

We asked you to share your home camping set-up photos for the chance to win a Coleman Octagon BlackOut tent and Camping and Caravanning Club membership worth £440. And you didn't let us down.

Here is the winning entry from Keely Jane Ward

"Mummy, Lucy and Lily's Easter night in the garden."


HOME CAMPING PHOTO GALLERY

Here are some more of the lockdown camping pictures you've shared with us

"We love camping out every summer and we camped over the Easter break to help raise money."

Alice Ainsworth


"My daughter camping out tonight!"

Alona Stevens


"Adventures don't have to stop, just go to your garden"

Jessica Gissing


"We are lucky enough to back onto open Fenland fields, it's times like this you really appreciate what you have."
Paul Magan

"Camping in our hot tub area, as our tent's too big for the garden"

Amy Wilkieson


"Here is my daughter enjoying the sun and a back garden camp out, with our old hand painted tent, and our newer little festival tent."

Naomi (Tattooed Mummy)


"We set up our pop-up tent in the lounge. Our site had all mod cons and the girls (Florence, 5, and Tabitha, 4,) thoroughly enjoyed the on-site cinema"

Alan Shorter


"My wife Janey, daughter Amber and Ginghiss Khat. We bought this tent specifically for the back garden as our usual family tent would not fit."

Steve Milligan


"We were supposed to be in Woolacombe camping but the kids, Tom and Libby, insisted they did it in the garden."

Lee McKean

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