Terms and Conditions

The Faith Mission reserves the right to:

  1. Refuse any application
  2. Alter or cancel a camp where necessary
  3. Ask a camper to leave the camp if their behaviour is incompatible with the general enjoyment and well-being of others, in this case, the parent guardian will be informed and collection arrangements must be made at their own expense

Photographs:

Photographs taken at camp may be used in faith mission publicity materials if you have an objection to photographs of your child being used for such purposes, please advise us in writing.

Data Protection:

The Faith Mission will hold your details on file but will not release the information to any third party.

Leaders:

Camps are run by experienced leaders some of whom are full-time Christian workers, others are volunteers. There is a high ratio between leaders and campers.

Safety:

Safety is taken seriously throughout the duration of the camp. All outdoor pursuit activities, (if applicable) are carried out under qualified supervision. The Faith Mission has a child protection policy and all leaders and helpers are subject to this.

Special Needs:

Please discuss with camp leaders any additional requirements your child may have.

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Medical:

By agreeing to the terms and conditions, you are giving consent that, in the unlikely event of illness or injury, emergency medical treatment recommended by a qualified medical practitioner would be given to your child. I understand I would be contacted as soon as possible. This also includes permission to administer paracetamol or other ‘over the counter’ medicine and ointments if required.

Booking:

Bookings will only be confirmed when applications are complete.

 

The Faith Mission is a charity registered in Scotland charity number SC005119