Youth Camp – 2022
If you have a bleeding disorder or you are a sibling of someone who does, then our residential youth activity camp is for you!
Running from 27-31 July 2022 at High Ashurst Outdoor Education Centre in Surrey, it will be a fun, activity-packed few days and a great chance to make new friends and learn new skills.
The activities will include high ropes, climbing, orienteering, zip wire, bush crafts, mountain biking and many more!
The camp is for children aged between 9-15 years (no parents allowed).
Volunteer haemophilia nurses and a physiotherapist will also be on hand to provide medical support.
You and your child must be a member of the Haemophilia Society to attend this event. You will need to provide your adult membership ID at registration. Please contact us if you do not know your membership ID (this is on your new membership card).
We endeavour to accommodate every child who wishes to attend youth camp. However, we cannot offer 1:1 supervision.
Unfortunately, we cannot accept children who have learning, behavioural or social communication needs that would prevent them from participating in age-appropriate group activities.
We cannot accept children for youth camp who need planned overnight care/intervention/monitoring or health care needs requiring constant one-to-one support.
Due to the popularity of our camp, children who have not attended Youth Camp before will be given priority.
Registration will open on 27 December at 9am Eventbrite registration
This event is for members of the Haemophilia Society only.
Please note: The Haemophilia Society staff cannot escort your child(ren) to and from Youth Camp or reimburse any expenses incurred.