Camp information and kit list

Kit list

(This is a suggested kit list, therefore to be used as a guide only and should be supplemented as parents/guardians see fit).

 – Sleeping bag and camping bed/roll-mat (please avoid air-beds, if possible)

 – Pillow and lightweight blanket

 – Polythene bag(s) to separate clean and dirty clothes

 – Torch – plus spare batteries

 – Drinks bottle

 – Face masks and personal hand sanitizer (not required, but advisable)

 – Clothing, as necessary. Bring plenty of layers as it could get cold during the night

 – Full Beaver, Cubs or Scouts uniform, including neckerchief

 – Comfortable walking shoes and/or wellies

 – Waterproofs (the weather looks changeable!)

 – Insect repellent

 – Sun cream, hat and glasses (maybe optimistic – but you never know!)

 – Please DO NOT bring any electronics or anything of significant value

Health forms

Please ensure you have completed and handed in a health form – this is vital as we cannot safely camp without it. If you haven’t got one, speak to a leader as soon as possible, or fill one in on Friday/Saturday when you drop off at the site.

Emergency contact

All leaders will be contactable in case of an emergency, contact numbers will be given out before the camping weekend. In case you need to contact your child, please telephone a leader. Please don’t text, as we may not receive it during activities or in the middle of the night!).

We understand that children carry mobile phones these days, however if there are any concerns during the weekend they need to be raised with us directly as it can otherwise cause safeguarding and welfare concerns during the stay.