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13 - 20 July 2024


Currently anyone of p6-s5 age


When is payment due?

Please note that a £50 deposit is required alongside every application. 

The full balance of camp must be paid before 31st May 2024. This can be done on the payment page.

Is there funding available?

There are limited funds available to subsidise the cost of Camp for those who may find the cost of funding your child to attend camp difficult. If you would like more information, please contact the Camp Director in complete confidence.

If you have any questions please email or call the Camp Director on 07504010087 at evenings or weekends.

What if I cancel?

If circumstances change and your child is no longer able to attend camp please inform us by contact Your deposit is non-refundable.

How is my information protected?

Maranatha Camp will hold your details securely but will not release the information to any third party. Some Camper details will be shared with Whithaugh Park. We will use your contact details to keep you informed of Camp or other Christian events throughout the year. If you do not wish to receive such emails, please email with your preferences.

Who do I contact during camp?

If your child contacts you whilst they are at camp expressing unhappiness or a desire to come home we would ask that you contact the Camp Director on 07504010087.

Should you need to contact your child between the hours of 11pm and 8am, please phone the Camp Director on 07504010087.


Sign up for MCAMP 2024

Please make sure to fill in all the required fields

Due to occupancy, all applications are currently on a waiting list. Please complete the form to apply however disregard the confirmation email and payment prompt. We will reach out if application becomes successful.

What if my child becomes unwell? In the event of your child being unwell prior to Camp, we adhere to current NHS guidelines for school attendance, which can be found here Children with diarrhoea and/or vomiting must not be sent to Camp until at least 48 hours after their symptoms have gone. If a child has a raised temperature, they too must not be sent until their symptoms have gone. Sometimes during camp some Campers become unwell for simple reasons such as tiredness or the common cold. If your child becomes unwell during camp, the Camp Director, First Aiders and Camp Leaders will initially assess the situation and circumstances and ideally look after your child to allow them to stay at camp, if that is their wish. Should the child wish to leave camp or the illness be more severe then we will contact the parents/guardians and medical services as required. Please tick a box is you DO NOT give permission for a qualified first aider to administer the following to the camper:
In Case of Emergency

Please note

To ensure the successful enjoyment of camp by all, it is essential that a high standard of behaviour is maintained. We reserve the right to send home any child who’s behaviour is compromising their own or others’ safety, or adversely affecting the enjoyment and wellbeing of others. Should this become necessary, parents will be advised and it will be the responsibility of the parents to make the necessary travel arrangements.

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