Camp Rules and Expectations
All camps are by invitation only - in accepting the invitation you are accepting these rules.When you are at a camp you are representing the Burton District hence we expect a helpful attitude, excellent behaviour and respect for others.
Travel to and Arrival at CampIn your Explorer shirt or blouse and Explorer necker.
Provision of TentsWe will normally provide tents and will not allow Explorers to camp in their own. We will specifically inform you if you may bring your own tent.
Taking Wet Tents Home after CampIf the tents are wet when packing all Explorers will be asked to volunteer to take a tent home to dry, or part of a tent for larger tents. If there are no volunteers the Leaders will choose the Explorers - failure to comply willingly will be deemed as contravention of these rules. Tents must be returned dry, packed and complete.
Sleeping ArrangementsSleeping arrangements are solely at the discretion of the Burton Explorer Leaders in attendance at a camp, even if the camp is organised by the County or other wider group. The rules are:
- At least 3 in shared, single sex tents, for safety and safeguarding reasons.
- Single or double occupied tents allowed only when there is no practical alternative. a) Only one or two girls/boys on a camp, so unavoidable; b) Sleeping as a Young Leader with a younger section, such as Cubs (you must not share a tent with the younger section);
- Other reasons by exception, solely at the discretion of the Leaders.
Mobile PhonesMobile phones and similar electronic devices are not permitted (except on DofE & expedition camps).
SanctionsFailure to follow the rules or live up to expectations will result in you not being invited to the next two camps. At Leaders’ discretion this may exclude camps that you need to attend, e.g. for Young Leader Module training. If you are a Young Leader we will advise the Group you support who may withhold a camp invitation.
Please see our Code of Conduct which also applies on Camp