Mersea Island Festival 2019
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WEEK camp: Sunday 18th (evening) to Friday 23rd August (pm)
Adult £262 / Under 18 £235
WEEKEND camp: Friday 23rd (evening) to Monday 26th August (pm)
Adult £158 / Under 18 £141
Prices held for 2019.
Download a booking form to reserve your place at this year’s Festival or email us to be sent a copy.
On confirmation of your booking we’ll send you a suggested kit list.
MIF19KitList Updated 02/05/19
We hope to see some great outfits at the Heroes & Villains fancy dress party on the last night of each camp (Thursday/ Sunday). You don’t have to be a ‘super’ hero or villain. It could just be someone you admire.
And bring something for the BLUE colour party on another night of the Festival.
MEDICAL AND CONSENT FORM
On confirmation of your booking we’ll send you a medical and consent form.
We require a completed form for all those attending the Festival. Please provide us with as much information as possible, continuing on a separate sheet if required. Completed forms should be returned by the 26th July.
Where an individual is attending the Festival with support, it is expected that assistance with taking medication will be given by their supporter or group leader. While some of our volunteers are qualified to provide First Aid treatment, none of them are able to provide medical advice and participants will be referred to the local walk-in centre if this is required.
Please note that the volunteer staff team cannot supply individual, one to one personal care e.g. toileting, showering or skin cream applications.
There are places for day visitors on the Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday of the Festival. The cost is £30.00 per person per day. This includes all activities on-site and the evening entertainment. Activities start at 10am. If you would like meals there is an additional cost of £7 per person.
Please call the centre to check on availability before sending your form.
FUNDING FOR SUPPORTER/CARER PLACES
Unfortunately the Festival has not been allocated funding this year through the Short Breaks for Disabled Children programme to support the cost of the fee for the supporter/carer of a child or young person with a disability attending the Mersea Island Festival as a camper or a day visitor.