Q & A

Frequently Asked Questions

The children are collected by coach from the designated pick up points and returned the same way after camp has finished.

Once on camp, the children are transported to various activities by mini bus.

Please make sure to inform the staff of any extra medication your child may need during camp.

There are many activities available for the young people attending the camp, in the past some of these have included: Swimming, Horse Riding, Crabbing, Canoeing, Swing Ball, Bouls, Circus Skills, Disco, Music Session, Birds of Prey and Reptiles, Food Tasting, BBQ, Singing and Arts and Crafts.

The trip is fully funded by Camp Project Wales, there is no need for your child to take any money.

There is no need for your child to take any food with them, all food will be provided for by CWP. Small snack items, like mints are not forbidden.

We have a large communal marquee with a staffed kitchen that prepares food for all of camp. We provide three meals a day and hot chocolate and biscuits in the evening. Breakfast and evening meals are all served at the same time. If we are at the campsite during midday, we usually have lunch there, if we are out on activities, we would usually take a packed lunch.

Camp Project Wales takes place during the school holidays. This year we are planning for between the 25th and 30th of July.

Including our main staff members, every year there are usually over 100 staff – all voluntary.