Camp kit list

Warrior Camp Kit List

  • Bible
  • Pens, pencils in a pencil case
  • Warm sleeping bag
  • Pillow case
  • Warm night wear (not dressing gown)
  • Wash kit (including: soap, shampoo, toothbrush, tooth paste, baby wipes, deodorant)
  • 2 x Towels
  • 10 x Changes of underwear and socks!
  • 2  x Pairs of trainers
  • Pair of wellies or strong walking boots
  • A weeks worth of clothes
  • Swimming gear (suitable sea shoes could be useful)
  • Sun cream
  • Torch (with spare batteries or self powered)
  • 6 x Tea towels
  • 10 x clothes pegs
  • Waterproof coat & trousers (essential)
  • Small rucksack
  • Water bottle
  • Strong black bag for dirty or wet clothes
  • Any outstanding medical, consent and activity forms 
  • Warrior camp has a strict NO MOBILE PHONE policy – campers can leave their phones/game consoles/media payers with the camp office for safe keeping. They will be returned at the end of the week.

Please note that plates, bowls and cutlery will be provided on Warrior Camp this year.

Teen Camp Kit List

    • Sleeping bag and pillowcase.
    • Sleeping gear (preferably warm, an emergency pair of bed socks is always a good idea!)
    • Wash kit and towel.
    • At least FOUR tea towels.
    • Torch (Spare batteries is always a good idea!)
    • Knife, fork, spoon, teaspoon, unbreakable plate, cup and dish and a bag to keep them in with your name on. (We also advise that you mark your eating kit, either with your name or some identifiable mark).
    • Wellies and waterproofs for the rainy days!
    • Trainers.
    • Changes of clothing.
    • Bible, notebook and pen. (These can be purchased for a reasonable price from the on site bookshop but if you have your own then bring them). 11.Swimming gear. (suitable sea shoes could be useful)
    • At least TEN clothes pegs.
    • Optional extras and things to think about… coat hangers, sun tan lotion, sun hat and spare cutlery set.
    • Any outstanding medical, consent and activity forms 
    • Musical Instruments – If you have a musical instrument and would be willing to help lead the worship, we would encourage you to bring it.
    • Facilities for recharging mobile phones or any other electrical devices are limited. We advise that mobile phones are best switched off while at camp and left for emergencies only till the end of the week.
    • It is also important to note that older clothes are preferable for some activities. Open toe sandals or flip-flops are not allowed for some activities so make sure you have trainers packed. It is good to think through your choice of activities at this stage and make sure you bring appropriate clothing.

Packing

It would be super helpful if your camper packed their own case, so they know what they have with them! Try to get all your camper’s gear into one case or holdall (except sleeping bag).

Name your property

Please make sure all property has your name clearly marked on it in a way which can not be removed.

Bank & Valuables

Please do not bring jewellery or any other expensive/valuable items. All personal property is on camp at your own risk. We are not responsible for loss, damage or breakages.  There is a camp bank provided to keep your money safe, which can be accessed on a daily basis. We also advise that you make use of the bank to keep important documents safe, such as, your passports and travel tickets.

Clothing

Please think carefully about your choice of clothes to wear at camp. It can be embarrassing to others when clothes can be described as, ‘revealing’.