Holiday Camps – Going Ahead
We are thankful that our community and nation have made such great progress in the battle against COVID-19 and for the continual easing of restrictions across NSW. As a result, we are able to run our holiday camps (at reduced capacity).
We understand the responsibility we have to run our camps safely and not to place any of our campers, leaders, staff or the wider community at undue risk. While we cannot guarantee the health of anyone who comes to camp, we are implementing a range of procedures to help increase the safety of all onsite and reduce the risk of any virus transmission. This includes:
- A smaller number of campers on camp, and fewer campers in each cabin.
- Stricter cleaning and hygiene procedures
- Maintaining social distancing
- More sanitiser and hand-washing stations.
- Campers and leaders will not be able to ‘come-and-go’ from camp.
- Temperature checks on arrival
- Anyone displaying flu-like symptoms to stay away from camp, or to leave camp immediately if symptoms arise during camp.
We are continuing to respond to the advice and direction from the government and will be subject to this.
Camp Kedron continues to take church, school and other group bookings for the second half of 2020 and into 2021.
We are strictly adhering to government directives in relation to social-distancing and indoor-space restrictions, as well as cleaning and food hygiene standards. The following people must stay at home and not to come to Camp Kedron:
- any person who is required to self-isolate based on the directives given by the health authorities,
- anyone who is unwell with respiratory illness or flu-like symptoms.
Please don’t hesitate to contact us here in the Camp office if you have any questions or enquiries.