BUSH CRAFT ADVENTURE DAY CAMP
A day of bushcraft and survival activities which include learning skills for shelter making, fire building, navigation, tool building and self reliance in the outdoors. The emphasis is on safe, enjoyable learning throughout the day whilst learning new skills in the natural environment.
The Adventure Day will be taking place at Truro School on two days:
Thursday 2nd and Monday 6th August; 0830-1700.
Age range 8-13 years old.
The cost of the camp will be £28 per day.
Full payment and a completed application form are required to confirm your place. Upon receiving payment and registration form you will receive an e-mail confirming your acceptance to the Adventure camp and your place will be reserved. PLEASE NOTE: PAYMENT MUST BE MADE WITHIN 48 HOURS (2 WORKING DAYS) OR YOUR CHILD WILL LOSE THEIR PLACE ON THE CAMP.
ABOUT THE TEAM
We are working with a high calibre of experts from ‘Wildspace Adventures’ who have a passion for exploration combined with leadership, knowledge and professionalism.
They are highly experienced outdoor adventure guides, leaders and teachers who have been chosen for their technical skills because they are excellent people, good listeners, empathetic and fun to be around.
All employees are required to have passed a DBS check before being employed with the programme. They are responsible for the health and welfare of all children. If a child is feeling unwell, the staff will contact the parent or guardian as soon as possible.
Please ensure children bring a packed lunch, water bottle and any snacks.
CHECK IN/OUT INFO
Children should arrive at the Sir Ben Ainslie Sports Centre for registration between 0830-0900. All children should be collected from the Sir Ben Ainslie Sports centre between 1630-1700. If you need to collect you child earlier please let us know. If you collect your child/children after 1700 there will be a £5 charge per child.
WHAT TO WEAR
We recommend participants wear old clothes suitable for the outdoors as they may get dirty and smell of smoke from being around a camp fire. We also recommend they bring a waterproof jacket and wellies/rough trainers.