In order to make your stay as comfortable as possible, please complete the following form as fully as possible. If at the time of booking you do not have all the info we require please just complete as much as possible and fill in the blanks with 'n/a' or 'unknown'. We will ask you again nearer the time. The form is intended to be filled in by the atendee of the camp, although parental consent is required.
On receipt of this form we will send a booking letter and invoice for you to complete and return. The booking is not complete until payment has been recieved.
The Abernethy staff team are all Christians and are here to provide a comfortable, welcoming and memorable experience to all who visit. We are a charitable trust with Christian values at the core of our service. DofE residential participants should be sympathetic to our Christian ethos. As part of their evening programme, residential participants attend an Explore presentation by the Abernethy Team (more information on Explore can be found HERE).
At the bottom of the form, the responsible parent or guardian will be asked if they agree with the following statement:
"I hereby give consent for the applicant to parctipate in the above activity week. I consent to a senior member of Abernethy staff acting in loco parentis in the event of an emergency if I am unable to be contacted. If my child/ ward behaves in a way deemed unacceptable to Abernethy I will immediately collect and remove them if requested. I understand that photographs containing my child/ ward may be used in publicity materical for Abernethy (individuals will not be identified)."
Click HERE to read the booking terms and conditions, which must be agreed to to reserve a place. Of particular importance is the Cancellation Policy, and please also note the section on the use of photography. In accordance with DofE criteria, participants should ideally join a residential as an individual but a few participants may know each other when they are joining a larger group. Therefore, our policy is that we only take a maximum of two participants who know each other on any given residential.