|Camp||Dates||Age (on 1st Sep)||Cost|
|Senior House Party||10th – 12th February||15-19 years||£40|
|Junior 1||29th July – 5th August 2017||11-15 years||£105|
|Senior||5th – 12th August 2017||15-19 years||£95|
|Junior 2||12th – 19th August 2017||11-15 years||£75|
|Junior Explorers||19th – 25th August 2017||9-11 years||£65|
What is expected of the campers?
To ensure that everyone enjoys camp campers are asked to agree that…
What is included in the cost?
The cost includes
What discounts do you offer?
A discount of £10 for a second child and £20 for any subsequent children is offered to families sending more than one child. To be eligible for the discount, all children must live at the same address and all application forms must be received at the same time. Single applications made at a later date will not be eligible for the multiple child discount. Discounts do not apply to the Senior Houseparty. If you do not wish to take up the discount we will not deduct it from your balance
What insurance is provided?
Campers are responsible for their own equipment and personal belongings and are not covered by the camp insurance. Campers can put their money into the camp “bank” for safe keeping, otherwise they are liable for any losses.
How do I apply?
Click here to apply to go to camp.
Closing Date / Balance of Fees
Bookings are accepted any time after they are published on the first Sunday of January, and are accepted on a first come first served basis. The closing date is when camp is full, so please apply as early as possible to ensure a place, as camp can quickly become booked up. Any bookings received after a week is full will be added to a waiting list and a place given if one becomes available. Unless you hear otherwise you can assume your child has been accepted at camp. Please contact the Booking Secretaries if you wish to confirm this. All balances MUST be paid by 1st JUNE, (SENIOR CAMP HOUSEPARTY 1st MARCH) either to your child’s Youth Leader or direct to Tim and Sara.
In the event of unforeseen circumstances, the Camp Committee reserves the right to cancel camp and to refund any payments.
Letters advising on what clothing and equipment is needed, transport details and a medical records update will be sent out at the beginning of July. The adult who will be looking after your child at camp may write to them beforehand to introduce themselves.
Plymouth & District Assemblies Youth Camp has a Child Protection Policy, a copy of which is available here.
Each camp will have a Photographer who will take photographs and/or video during the week of the campers doing various activities.These are only used during camp or camp reunion and occasional for P&DAYC publicity, and will not be used for any other purpose.
How do I contact a camp organiser?
For further information about each week the camp organisers can be contacted directly on: