£55 for young people aged 8 - 17
£55 for leaders and helpers, but those coming as carers for a young person with a disability may attend free of charge;
Groups may book in at any time right up to the event as long as there is still space, but we strongly encourage groups to register and book in the majority of their group as early as possible and then add any additional bookings as they come in later on. To encourage early booking, all Bookings received by Spree SW after midnight on May 1st will incur a £10 per person surcharge.
Once groups have booked in their young people and leaders using our on-line system we do not offer refunds if a place is cancelled.
You will need to add on an amount for travel and food for your group.
How much are tickets?
What is the age range for Spree SW?
The minimum age is 8 at the start date of Spree. If they turn 8 during Spree they cannot come unless they are children of leaders in the group, in which case they come free of charge but MUST be supervised by their parents the whole time.
The maximum age is 17 at the end date of Spree, i.e. if they turn 18 during Spree they cannot come as a young person (but they can come as a helper with the group's leadership team and the Spree DBS Policy will apply).
Can I bring my dog with me?
Unfortunately not. We will not be able to permit dogs onsite. The exception to this is for registered guide dogs, and if this is the case, please contact us ahead of time so that arrangements can be made.
Can I get power at my campsite?
The simple answer is maybe. We have limited access to power in the camping areas, however we can arrange for a maximum of ONE electrical hookup to be available per group. This is also only available if booked in advance of the event. There will also be a cost associated with using the electrical hookup onsite - full details are available on request.
Can I come for just one day?
Unfortunately, we do not offer day tickets for Spree SW. But, if you would like to visit to see how we do things, contact us through the contact page and we will see if we can organise something with you.
Can I bring a Caravan/Camper?
We advise everyone to come and camp in tents, however, we are able to accommodate a number of Caravans and Campers if needed. If you would like to book a space for your Caravan/Camper, then you will need to put it on your group booking form.
Will there be any food that I can buy onsite?
Yes! We have catering vans onsite who you will be able to get meals and snacks from. We do recommend that you bring catering for your group and cook yourselves as we do not control the pricing of the catering vans. Menus and pricing will be available on the website soon.
Westpoint has disabled toilets indoors, which will be accessible 24/7 over the weekend. We can also arrange for a BSL interpreter to be in any of the venues, but will need to know prior to the weekend if this is needed. Please get in touch via the contact form if this is something that you would like us to arrange for you or someone in your group.
What disabled facilities do you have?
Yes. Westpoint has showers indoors and we will have some hired portable showers outside close to the camping areas.
Can I shower onsite?
There is a car park onsite, though we must advise that while we do our best to keep the site secure throughout the weekend, vehicles parked onsite over the weekend are left at the owner’s own risk. The car park is within the boundaries of the site, and security will patrol this area.
Where can I park?
For leaders, we have charging stations available in the info point. This will be available at all hours that the info point is in operation. Unfortunately, we will not be charging the phones of young people and children onsite. There are also 13amp sockets around the main venue which can be used for the charging of phones, but it is all at the owner’s risk.
Will I be able to charge my phone?
There is no WiFi available onsite, and 3G/4G is limited. If you have forms or details that you need to access online during the event, please bring a printed copy with you.