Terms and conditions
Those using the campsite must ensure that all their helpers have a recent CRB (Criminal Records Bureau) check. The Trust has its own Child Protection Policy that must be read by all workers and adhered to at all times. Groups may have their own policy, but the one that the Trust has applies to the campsite. Workers can bring their own caravans or tents and place them on the camp field.

For those who work in the kitchen, at least one member of the team must have a current Basic Food Hygiene certificate.

Those who wish to use the boating lake will have to provide their own canoes, a qualified instructor, and all the necessary safety equipment, including suitable footware, as there are sharp flints in the bottom of the lake.

Our Booking Terms and Conditions gives a few more details for groups booking the site.

As the Trust does not employ anyone on a full time basis, we do not require a Health & Safety Policy. This guide is for the help and benefit of everyone, and it is the desire of the Trustees that no accidents occur while groups are on the campsite. We wish a happy and fulfilling stay that every one will enjoy. There is also a summary version of this document.

Please read our privacy policy for details of how we process your data and comply with the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation).