Struthers Memorial Church run two one-week residential camp events each summer, in July and August at Gartmore House in Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park in Scotland. These camps comprise daily morning and evening meetings with concurrent meetings for children as well as afternoon activities. Attendees can choose from a variety of on-site accommodation (with meals provided), bring their own caravan or tent to pitch in the adjacent grounds or just visit for specific meetings. 

Our conferences are for the deepening of spiritual life, and we welcome all who would seek to find more of God. People interested in the baptism in the Spirit, healing and deliverance are particularly invited to attend and many have found that God has met them in significant ways and their lives have been permanently changed.


July Camp: 
Monday 11th to Saturday 16th July 2016
August Camp: 
Monday 1st to Saturday 6th August 2016

Closing date for bookings: 


To book your place for either of these camps please download  and print the camp brochure and booking form below. Booking forms must be posted to the address on the brochure. 

On Sunday 1st February all bookings received by that date will be opened and places allocated as fairly as possible. From Monday 2nd February bookings will be accepted at church services as well as by post. 

IMPORTANT: Bookings cannot be accepted without a completed booking form and deposit.  


For further enquiries use the email contact box below or call the church office on 01475 729668.

Please do not use this email contact box to book a place at camp. We require a printed Booking Form and a £20 deposit posted to the address on the form. 


All bookings for Gartmore must be for the full week. Part bookings will only be accepted in June and July if there are still unfilled places.

Details of accommodation within the Gartmore House complex, along with prices, are available in the Summer Camps brochure available from January. 

Gartmore House facilities are available to those staying within the complex. Visitors may use the lounge areas, the public areas of the activity centre, and the grounds. For more information on Gartmore House you can visit their website at

Costs for caravans and tents within the Gartmore House complex are shown in the brochure. There are a number of caravan parks in the area. Details from Aberfoyle Tourist Information office on 01877 382352.  
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There are many guesthouses and hotels in and around Aberfoyle, and details can be obtained from  or check out

Pets, except for guide dogs, are not allowed within the Gartmore House complex - except for those staying in caravans. Kuruba Kennels and Cattery is situated near Gartmore and they allow daytime visits to your pet. Please phone Kuruba on 01877 382706.

Please note that there is a no smoking rule in the Gartmore House complex, and for those in tents and caravans within the grounds.

People camping in Gartmore grounds and those staying outside the centre may book breakfast and/or dinners at Gartmore. These must be booked in advance by completing the separate MEALS booking form. Breakfast £5; Dinner £10 (halfprice for 3-14 year olds)

Access to the Complex will be from 3 p.m. onwards on the Monday.

The first meeting is at 8 p.m. on Monday evening. First meal is breakfast on Tuesday morning.

The final meeting is on Friday at 7.30 p.m. Conference ends with breakfast on Saturday morning for Gartmore residents.

A conference fee is included in Gartmore accommodation charges. For day visitors and those staying outside Gartmore, the charges are as follows:

  • £50.00 per week or
  • £11.00 per day  or
  • £6.00 per meeting 

For pensioners, unemployed and students, fees are reduced to £35.00, £8.00 and £4.00 respectively. There is no fee for under 15s. 

These visitor fees should be paid at the desk on entry to the meeting. All fees help to cover the hire of the premises and additional administrative expenses.

The Monday evening meeting is at 8 p.m. Thereafter meetings will be at 10.15 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.

Crèche arrangements will be made for morning services only. Separate children's meetings and activities will be organised. Children under 16 should be in the care of a responsible adult. They should not be booked into tents / caravans without an adult in charge. Supervision will be provided during children’s meetings and organised activities but parents will be responsible for under-16s at other times.