The tent I took is a Tarptent Stratospire 1 which is just perfect for camping with a Brompton. Unusually for a one man tent, it has a porch on each side and there is room for the bike, folded, in one of the porches. It doesn't encroach on the living space and, when zipped up, is protected from prying eyes. I used the tent without the inner this time.
Next morning, with the promise of fine weather, the seven of us (just the one Brompton, a tandem and assorted other bikes) set off after breakfast on a delightful route along quiet, narrow lanes to skirt Glastonbury, then through Shapwick, Catcott and then Childen Polden where we were just in time at the village hall for Cornish pasties, cake and coffee, a monthly event found purely by chance.
From Burrowbridge, we followed the excellent River Parrott cycle trail which took us to Weston Zoyland which I recalled from 2009 when I overnighted on a site there on my Land's End to John o'Groats walk.
Our pitch for Saturday night was at Thorney Lakes Caravan and Camping Park, a little south of Langport.
On Sunday morning, we took a road route back up to Langport to Somerton where we had a coffee and cake stop at a cafe in the centre of the town. We then followed quiet lanes back to North Wootton.
Altogether a great weekend and the Brompton behaved impeccably and was admired. It handles very well with a loaded T bag on the front.