We kindly ask you to follow the campsite rules to help us keep everyone safe and happy at Camp Kin.
We aim to provide you with the most safe, spacious and relaxing camping experience we can at the beautiful Kelmarsh estate. We are doing a lot, but we need your help too. This is a brief overview of camp site rules and guidance but please also see our full T&Cs for more detailed information.
It is expected that in order to adhere to conditions of license and maintain our paramount focus on customer and crew safety, additional measures in relation to Covid-19 will be in place. The preparation, planning and mitigation of risk will be dynamic. Updates are to be expected and whilst we will make every effort to communicate any significant and specific changes to all, please note it is the responsibility of ticket holders to check for updates to these terms and conditions.
We will implement all relevant government regulations and advice, as well as going above and beyond, to ensure as much as is humanly possible we create a well managed Covid secure environment.
Everyone in your party must comply with current government rules on groups, social distancing and hygiene measures.
To help us to reduce the spread of COVID-19, we ask that you do not attend Camp Kin if:
- you have tested positive for COVID-19 within 14 days of the commencement of Camp Kin;
- you display any symptoms of COVID-19;
- you live with somebody who displays symptoms of COVID-19 or who has tested positive for COVID-19 within 14 days of the commencement of Camp Kin; or
- you are otherwise required to self-isolateFollow all guidelines and/or entry requirements notified by us to you and which will apply to your attendance at Camp Kin. This may include remaining in restricted groups or testing on entry or prior to attending Camp Kin. We may be required to amend our guidelines before or during Camp Kin and ask that you comply with any updated guidelines notified to you;
We expect all patrons to follow all government guidelines (which may be updated from time to time) and all entry requirements and site rules notified by us, to you. This may include remaining in restricted groups or testing on entry or prior to attending Camp Kin.
As part of our continuous drive for improvements and innovation an RFID cashless payment system will be in place at the event. This will assist in mitigating transmission risk (for Covid and other bugs), reducing transaction time and the need for queuing. It also affords the opportunity to experiment with tokenisation and future sustainability initiatives.
Your RFID wristband will be the only means of payment accepted at all points of sale. Cash nor debit or credit cards will not be accepted at any point of sale on site. Cards will be accepted at the onsite top up station only. However, all patrons are encouraged to use online (mobile phone, tablet or CPU) functionality to top up onsite and in advance.
Provisionally the site and campsites open at midday Friday and all public patrons must leave site by midday on Monday following your event weekend. More detailed information and confirmation of opening times will be sent with e-tickets ahead of the event (provisionally July 1st).
No guests or visitors are permitted on site only the specified members of a pitch booking. As well as a pitch booking individual person tickets must be bought fro every indivuals attending the event. All tickets must be named and contact details provided when confirming your booking (or in advance of e-tickets been sent out).
We can only accept vehicles onto the site that have been pre-registered and a vehicle pass paid for in advance (1 vehicle pass is included in the cost of a Campervan pitch, specifically for the converted van to be parked in the pitch). All other vehicles must purchase a separate vehicle pass. with your et-tickets you will receive a routing pass that you will need to print and fix to the inside of your windshield upon arrival. You should arrive with the vehicle windows closed and follow the instructions of event staff and signage. All passes and tickets will be scanned by event staff from outside of the vehicle.
Additional persons may also be added to any pitch booking, but all pitches types are, unless by the express consent of Kambe Events, restricted to a maximum number of 6 adults and 10 persons in total. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or any further information or any enquiries.
Glamping pitches are 10m x 10m and have a private portable toilet. Campervan pitches are are 8m x 8m and have shared sanitation facilities. Bring your own (BYO) tent pitches can be reserved at either 6m x 6m, or 10 x 10m, and again have the use of shared toilet and shower facilities. Patrons may bring tents, awnings at their discretion, but all items including guy ropes and fire pits with safe distancing (see below) must fit within the marked bounds of your pitch.
Please note the listed berth / capacity of glamping accommodation is by way of reference to the bed and bedding provision included. Separate person tickets must be bought for all included in the glamping capacity and also in any additional tents patrons bring to their pitch.
The Estate is allowing us to have fires in the campsites but there are some restrictions:
• Fires must be off the ground (i.e. in a fire-wok)
• Fires must be 2m from any tent and 3m from any vehicle
• Fires must be attended at all times and kept well away from gas canisters and cookers
• Crew members will put out any fires, which are not off the ground
Firewood will be available onsite, the firewood is sustainably harvested from the Estate with profits going towards managing the Estate’s woodland. Please do not scavenge wood from surrounding areas as they form habitats. Please make note of the fire points and return used gas canisters from camping stoves to Public Information for disposal and recycling.
No kite flying
Due to low lying cables, the sale and use of kites, balloons and other aerial items is prohibited on site.
Please do not bring glass bottles to the campsite. Decant liquid into plastic before you arrive. This is a family event so there’ll be lots of tiny bare-feet running around everywhere!
You’re welcome to bring a personal stash of alcohol to the event but you won’t be able to bring booze into the entertainment areas where there are licensed bars. This is a condition of our licensing for the event.
No sound systems, amplified music, ghetto blasters etc. are allowed in the camping areas. You can of course bring your acoustic instruments such as guitars for your campfire sing-alongs.
Please respect your fellow campers and make sure everyone can sleep when they want to, even if they snore heavily throughout the night!
Dogs, Cats & Any Other Pets
Sorry but the landowners will not allow us to have any dogs on site, please check the local area for kennel services.
No Chinese fire lanterns are allowed on site as they pose a significant fire risk.