Please use this kit list as a guide when staying at our venue for a programme or session that includes an overnight element on site. Please note that visitors are normally required to complete a medical and consent form (adult) or /(U18) in advance.
- Trainers/walking shoes or boots - low heels with good grip on the sole
- Sports trousers (NOT DENIM)
- Base layer (eg. t-shirt in summer or thermal top in winter)
- Two sweat tops/fleeces
- Waterproof cagoule (and trousers if you have them)
- Gloves (winter)
- Wool hat (winter)
- Sunhat (summer)
- Personal medication i.e. antihistamines, inhaler, tablets etc
- High factor suncream/sunblock (summer)
- Slipper to wear in the Shepherd's Huts
- Toiletries in wash bag
- Torch with spare battery
FOR DAYS INCLUDING A WATER SPORTS ACTIVITY
- Old trainers
- Old shorts
- Old t shirt
- Spare towel
For campers we provide tents, sleeping mats, sleeping bags, sleeping bag liners and a pillow. For those staying in our Shepherd's Huts we provide all the necessary bedding, including pillows.
- Please tie long hair back
- Please do not wear any dangly jewellery
- Please cover any existing skin cuts with a waterproof dressing
- Many of the activities do have non-physical elements, however, please be aware that outdoor activities can be strenuous. We recommend that any clients who have a medical condition that could be aggravated by physical exertion, or seek professional medical advice before the day. Clients with medical conditions who do actively participate, do so at their own risk and must tell the instructor about their condition when they arrive at each activity.
- To minimize the risk of picking up insect bites in the outdoor environment we recommend you wear long trousers and stout footwear. This is good practice in countryside areas, particularly the New Forest, which has a high natural occurence of ticks. For more information about ticks and Lyme Disease or download pdf information sheet.