Clothing advice will be given to participants and their parents/carers prior to the visit e.g.
Winter: warm windproof and waterproofs/coats, fleece/ jumper, hats and gloves
Summer: waterproofs, fleece, sun hat, sunscreen, insect repellent, Iong sleeved tops and trousers
Footwear: wellies or strong/sturdy (ideally waterproof) outdoor shoes and warm woollen or man-made fibre socks (not cotton).
Additional items that are usual to have: waterproof trousers, long layered socks, thermals, waterproof gloves
Recommended Winter Kit List
What to wear during the chillier months:
- Long sleeved thermal top and long thermal trousers
- Bottom layer – fleece or other warm tracksuit bottoms
- First top layer – long sleeve t-shirt or thin jumper
- Ensure all extra items are clearly labelled and we advise packing them in bags which can also be used to return wet or dirty clothes at the end of the day
- Remember to pack plenty of spare hats, gloves and socks
- The best way to keep your child warm is to dress them in layers. If your child is too warm, we can then easily remove a layer.
- It is essential that children have a set of waterproofs with them every day so they can participate in all muddy and wet weather activities.