Breaking news! There are still ten places left at Super Camp!
Super camp is just over a week away and was fully booked, but some people have dropped out at the last minute so we’ve decided to release 10 more places.
We'll be realising these spaces at 9am on Tuesday, 7th of August. We'll keep the booking form open until 9pm of the same day.
This is absolutely your last chance to bag a place. We'll be giving out spaces on a first-come first-served basis, so make sure you apply early on Tuesday.
Do you have questions about Super Camp?
FAQS include all useful information you need to know before booking your place.
WHAT DO I NEED TO HAVE TO HAND WHEN I BOOK (AND WHY)?
Booking for Super Camp will go live on Saturday 28th April at midday (12:00GMT).
You will need to fill out all your details before your space is booked. We recommend you collect this information in advance of booking.
You will need to tell us:
- Phone number for emergency contact (someone we can contact if there is an emergency on camp)
- How much you can afford to pay for camp (please see the 4 tiers above) and one sentence explaining why
- The name and postcode of your Doctor's surgery
- Details of any allergies you have – including food, materials and medicines - please include hayfever
- Details of any medical conditions you have
- Details of any meds you are on – including name, dosage and how often you take them
- Information of your access needs
- If you have arranged to share a tent with others, you will need to tell us the first names and surnames of everyone in your group as well as if someone in your group is providing the tent. You will also need to let us know if you have space for other campers in your tent
- OR if you need a dorm room with a bed you will need to briefly tell us why.
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