Our Story

Sisterhood Camp started back in 2015 as a 3 day retreat for women to loosely network and learn new creative skills.  Since then we have held five retreats, many workshops and suppers for women, attracting worldwide acclaim and guests travelling from far afield as Australia and the US to attend.

Launching this summer, Sisterhood is going online. Bringing the same ethos of ‘community, networking and support’ to a wider audience. A place for  women to connect, learn and grow.  Sisterhood Camp Community aims to equip women with the skills to take their life to the next level, and push forward to becoming the best version of themselves.




“I’ve learned that I still have a lot to learn."

– Maya Angelou

Recently on the blog

Sisters Hoods | Folkestone with Clementine May

With its brightly coloured buildings, housing independent shops and Artist studios, the Old High Street is at the heart of the Creative Quarter. I love this part of town, it slows down a little out of season but between Easter and October it is a hive of activity. At the top of the street is the family friendly Lubens pizza restaurant which sits just next door to County Fayre.

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Interview | Anna Jones

I believe that if you do what you do with passion and dedication to the best of your ability and believe anything is possible you don’t have to do a hard sell.
I have believed in gentleness and led my work with the joy of food and my love for cooking and everything else has fallen into place. I consider myself very lucky to have been able to do some of the things I have over the last 12 years working in food, it’s been down to a mixture of some very hard work and meeting some amazing people and keeping the truth of what I love at the core of everything I do. – Anna Jones.

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Career | Follow your dreams

My career is still a journey; I’m still learning, my work is evolving and I still occasionally struggle to find well-paid writing work. But I’m passionate about what I do, I enjoy every aspect of both my salaried job and my freelance work, and I have the freedom to manage myself. I stuck up two fingers at an industry that treats its employees like they don’t matter, and at the idea that we all have to work nine-to-five for the rest of our lives.

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Retreat | La Cannonerie, France

A few weeks ago, team Sisterhood headed to central France, to do a little recce ahead of our retreat in September. In my head we were going to check out the facilities (which we did), source some great day trips for the guests and come away with a clear plan.
We did all that.  But what I hadn’t expected was to fall in love with this enchanting place.

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