|Rainwear (see note 1)||Flannel, soap, toothbrush, toothpaste||Torch and spare batteries|
|Footwear (see note 2)||Comb, hairbrush||Optional: Insect repellant|
|3 warm tops / jumper / sweatshirt / fleece||Towels (1 large, 1 medium)||Sleeping bag (see note 4)|
|3 pairs of trousers / jeans||Sun block or cream||Pillow (see note 4)|
|7 sets of underwear / socks||Personal medication NB: should be noted in the medical section of the registration form||Pillowcase (see note 4)|
|Pyjamas / clothes to sleep in|
|Clothes for wet activities (see note 3)|
|Appropriate number of t-shirts|
Things to note
Note 1: Rainwear
It is essential to have thoroughly waterproof rainwear. Something with a hood is essential. Waterproof trousers are not essential. We don't always stop the programme when the rain starts.
Note 2: Footwear
We are always out and about at Camp so you really need to have at least two pairs of footwear that you don't mind getting wet and a pair that always stays dry. Make sure the footwear you bring is suitable for the activities you are doing. Trainers are good for most activities and also easier to dry.
Note 3: Clothes for wet activities
If you have chosen wet activities, and certainly within the programme there are water wars and water games, we would suggest that you would wear clothes that are easier to dry, tracksuits, t-shirts, fleeces, etc. We would also suggest that you bring two sets of wet option clothes.
Note 4: Sleeping bag
Although there are beds at Camp with very good mattresses, you do need a sleeping bag. Pillows and pillow cases are also required.