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Centre Facilities at Boreatton Park

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Dining room at PGL Boreatton Park.

Food at Boreatton Park

Enjoyable mealtimes with nutritious and tasty food.

Accommodation at Boreatton Park

Mansion House

Mansion House

Accommodation Type: Dormitories – Shared Bathroom / Toilets
Guests: Dormitory style rooms with bunk beds sleep 6-14
Leaders: En suite twin rooms

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Cabin Village

Cabin Village

Accommodation Type: New wooden cabins – shared bathroom / toilets
Guests: Shared cabins sleeping 6, in communal setting
Leaders: Cabins sleep 1-2, with electricity

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Tent Village

Tent Village

Accommodation Type:
Guests: 4 per tent
Leaders: NEW wooden cabins sleep 1-2

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Tall Timbers Lodges

Lodges

Accommodation Type:
Guests: Dormitory style rooms sleep 4-6
Leaders: En suite twin rooms

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We go above and beyond to protect the safety and wellbeing of everyone in our care.

Our long-standing dedication to safety has led to us holding over 15 governing and safety accreditations, and we voluntarily apply for Ofsted inspections to be on the Childcare Register.

Everything we do is built on five protective pillars:

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Safe People People are at the heart of all we do. From our ‘safer recruitment’ process (including enhanced DBS for all centre colleagues) to our in-depth training programmes, continuous development and supervision, we go the extra mile to ensure our guests are in the safest of hands.

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Safe Places Our centres are continuously monitored, maintained and risk-assessed by dedicated teams to ensure our places are safe and secure, always. What’s more, ongoing investment in our locations is powering breakthroughs in guest comfort and satisfaction.

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Safe Spaces We believe adventure is for everyone. We’ve developed our spaces with SEND, accessibility and inclusivity in mind, and can make further adjustments for guests’ individual needs wherever possible – our goal is to deliver enriching experiences for all.

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Safeguarding As the leader in our industry, we are committed to ensuring the safety and welfare of children, young people and adults in our care. Our teams are trained to recognise and report safeguarding concerns and aware of their responsibilities to safeguard guests.

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Safe Travels Our travel partners are carefully vetted to ensure they meet our high standards and are able to demonstrate effective safety management systems – providing transport that is safe, reliable, suitable for children and adaptable to the needs of our guests.

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Safe People People are at the heart of all we do. From our ‘safer recruitment’ process (including enhanced DBS for all centre colleagues) to our in-depth training programmes, continuous development and supervision, we go the extra mile to ensure our guests are in the safest of hands.

Safe Places Our centres are continuously monitored, maintained and risk-assessed by dedicated teams to ensure our places are safe and secure, always. What’s more, ongoing investment in our locations is powering breakthroughs in guest comfort and satisfaction.

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Safe Spaces We believe adventure is for everyone. We’ve developed our spaces with SEND, accessibility and inclusivity in mind, and can make further adjustments for guests’ individual needs wherever possible – our goal is to deliver enriching experiences for all.

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Safeguarding As the leader in our industry, we are committed to ensuring the safety and welfare of children, young people and adults in our care. Our teams are trained to recognise and report safeguarding concerns and aware of their responsibilities to safeguard guests.

Safe Travels Our travel partners are carefully vetted to ensure they meet our high standards and are able to demonstrate effective safety management systems – providing transport that is safe, reliable, suitable for children and adaptable to the needs of our guests.

FAQ

What’s included in the cost of the PGL trip?

Everything your school or group needs is included in the cost of the camp at Boreatton Park, with accommodation, activities, equipment, food and drinks all covered in the price per person!

What happens in the evenings?

The fun doesn’t stop after the day’s activities! After dinner, our evening entertainment programme will keep your class or group amused until  it’s time for bed. We’ve got discos, campfires, quizzes and loads more! We want to create a schedule perfect for your group, so if you have anything in particular then just let us know and we’ll do our best to plan it into your group’s itinerary!

What should I pack for my child's overnight stay?

Firstly, let’s talk clothes. Your child will be taking part in a range of different activities at Boreatton Park, so they’ll need some tops and trousers/leggings that are okay to take on a day of adventure activities.

We also advise that you pack some waterproofs, both for weather and activity reasons. It’s impossible to confidently predict the weather, so bringing a waterproof to camp just keeps your child covered if it does rain. We have a range of water-based activities that your child can get involved with too at Boreatton Park, such as Canoeing and Stand Up Paddleboarding, so a waterproof is perfect for keeping dry (if they can stay afloat!).

If your child is coming with their sports group, then don’t forget their sports kit for use at our sports playing fields.

In the evening, your child will be enjoying quizzes, discos and more, so don’t forget to pack some clothes to keep dry for the end-of-the-day activities.

Finally, toiletries such as shower gel, shampoo, a toothbrush and toothpaste, and a towel are also worth packing. For an entire list of everything you need, please see our packing guide.

Does my child need waterproofs for their residential trip?

Yes, your child will need waterproofs to keep dry when it’s raining, and for taking part in some of our water-based activities. A waterproof coat/jacket is great for keeping dry when canoeing, unless the vessel overturns of course!

Does my child need to bring money?

There’s no requirement for your child to bring any money, but they can if they wish to buy a souvenir from our gift shop then they can. We recommend about £10 per child, in cash or on a pre-paid card. Our gift shops have badges to show that your child’s group have been to PGL as well as a range of other goodies like t-shirts, water bottles, pens, mugs and more!

Can I contact my child during their camp stay?

Of course! If you should need to contact your child please do so through the designated teacher/adult that is accompanying them on their trip – your school/group should have provided a mobile number for parents. If you’re still struggling to reach your child, then please call us – we can either get a message to your child or arrange a call for you to speak with them. Our biggest centres span over 240 acres, so bear with us… it might take a little time to get hold of them on their adventures!

Do you cater for special dietary requirements?

Yes, at PGL we regularly provide meals for a wide variety of needs including coeliac, diabetic, food allergies and vegetarian/vegan.
If a child or anybody in your group has any dietary requirements, whether for religious, cultural or medical reasons, just let us know when you book so we can make sure they’re catered for. All of our catering staff have received food allergy and food hygiene training.

What safety measures are in place at Boreatton Park?

We have a huge emphasis on safety, starting with the recruitment of our staff and continuing through to all of our activities. As a founder member of BAPA (British Activity Providers Association) and a licence holder for activities in scope of AALA (Adventure Activities Licencing Authority) regulations, we make safety our priority.

A risk assessment has also been carried out at Boreatton Park, with risks being outlined and managed. The risk assessment covers the grounds of Boreatton Park, as well as all of the activities available at the centre.

Our Activity Instructors are experts in their area, trained and assessed both in-house and by external assessors. They’ll be there during every activity to make sure they’re completed safely and correctly.

New staff complete a comprehensive induction and job specific training followed by regular observations, feedback, reviews and assessments.

Is there parking available at Boreatton Park?

Yes, at Boreatton Park there are car parking facilities available on-site.

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