When You Arrive
Check in with the campsite warden to let them know you’ve arrived – this should be the first thing you do. They may have important messages for you, and they need to know who is onsite.
The next thing you need to do, when you’ve got your kit to where you’ll be camping, is to set up camp. You should get everything done straight away – don’t be tempted to play a game or anything else before you’ve got your tents pitched, your kitchen set up and all of your equipment and food safely stored.
During The Camp
There are a number of things you need to keep in mind while you’re running your camp.
Don’t be afraid to ask for help.
During the camp, at any time, don’t be afraid to ask Ceri for help. If that’s to deal with a situation, a person, or if you need advice – just because you’re the ones running the camp doesn’t mean that you need to deal with everything on your own.
Ceri will also be as involved as you want him to be – he’ll camp with you, or camp in the next field and leave you alone. If you do want to be left alone, he will check on you once or twice (as the campsite wardens might as well), but he’ll only intervene (step in and deal with a situation) if you ask him to, or if he thinks he really needs to.