After the success of Sommerkramp Eine, members of WKR left their caves from around the UK to gather together once again for the second Sömmerkramp. We can safely report no hangovers, no personal injuries or food poisoning or being asked to leave the site early.
We can say a lot of fun was had which always happens when the best krampus krew get together to make this a great occasion, so thankyou very much to all who could make it and those that couldn't you were very much missed. Lets do it all again. Enjoy looking through the holiday schnapps.
A huge thankyou to Whitby Brewery for kindly sponsoring us again with your fine beers (go pay them a visit when you're here in Whitby) and to York House Caravan Park for having us.
Photos taken by Angela Child, David Friar, Sharon Nash, Elaine Edmunds, Leisha De Sancho
With the cancellation of WKR VI in 2020 due to Covid we were contacted by the owners of Coast and Camplight who very kindly offered to help us with the possibility of doing something at their campsite. It was short notice and Covid restrictions meant it would still not be possible. But it did give us the idea and opportunity to hold the very first Sömmerkramp. We visited the site and knew immediately that the location was perfect, only a few miles from the centre of Whitby at Low Rigg Farm within the stunning surroundings of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park.
The WKR Pass come from all over the country and this was a perfect chance for us all to meet up and socialise and exchange ideas. The three beautifully decorated and equipped off grid woodland camps became our home for the weekend and memories and magic were made as the the hills came alive with the sound of Krampus, with songs they have sung for a thousand years.
Whitby Brewery also helped to fully enhance the weekends proceedings with very generous sponsorship, donating some of their finest ales, an absolute must have to keep Krampusse in good cheery mood in warm Sömmer conditions.
We thank you all for your support.