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Before Your First Day
Please ensure that all your details are up to date on our booking system including contact and medical information.
All of our Holiday Camps have extended hours (8.30-5.30pm). If you would like to add this onto your booking, you can do this via our booking system.
You will find answers to our most commonly asked questions in our FAQs below.
What To Bring
Below you will find a helpful checklist of what to bring each day. Facilities and guidance at each venue vary, so we always recommend checking your venue page for accurate details of facilities, directions and important messages.
A timetable of activities will be displayed at the reception point at your chosen venue.
✅Packed Lunch (No Nuts or fizzy drinks) - This can be in a disposable bag if you choose.
✅Every child MUST wear a clean set of clothes each day that they attend.
✅Suncream (this must be applied prior to the camp as well as extra for a top-up).
✅Swimming Kit (Towel, Swimming Costume, Change of Clothes)
Unsure if your venue does swimming? Check on our venue page.
✅Refillable Drinks Bottle (Please ensure that your child's name is on this)
✅Sensible footwear for different sports both indoors and outdoors.
✅Suitable clothing for all weathers (Sun hat, Raincoat)
✅Tuckshop | Children can bring in a maximum of £1.50 to spend on our tuckshop(Non Compulsory)
✅Change of Clothes & Towell (Water Activities)
✅Pack of tissues so that should they need to they can ‘Catch it, Kill it and Bin it’. Some tissues will also be available on site
✅Hand sanitiser if you have it. We will ask every child to wash their hands as they enter and leave the building each day (as well as key points throughout the day)
❌Mobile phones must not be brought to or used on camp. Where necessary, they should be kept in bags until the end of the day
❌Sports equipment – we’ve got plenty!
❌Valuables such as expensive watches and non-essential jewellery