Summer Camp Facts Where is the camp? Danbury Youth Camp, Well Lane, Danbury, Essex, CM3 4AB. It is about 10 minutes from Chelmsford, on the A414 between Chelmsford and Maldon. Turn off the A12 towards Maldon, then turn right at the Bell pub in Danbury. The camp is first on your right. There are buses from Chelmsford station, or we can arrange lifts if you contact us in advance. What do I need to bring? A tent and a sleeping bag. You can do your own cooking or buy evening meals from the camp kitchen. You will need a plate and knife and fork for this. Tea, coffee and cold drinks are available all day and there will be a burger bar in the evenings. Tents and mattresses can be hired but you must book these in advance. Don’t forget warm clothing and waterproofs. A torch can be handy. How much does it cost? £40 per waged adult, £25 unwaged or low-paid adult, £12 for a child and £95 for a family. There will be a charge for sporting activities like archery and canoeing, to cover the cost of instructors. As well as the organised activities there will be a football tournament for all ages and abilities. There will be a quiz and an opportunity to show off your musical talents round the camp fire. If you want to organise any other games or activities, let us know in advance. What is provided at the camp? There are good showers and other facilties. There is a crèche available during all the political sessions. The campsite is in 70 acres of wooded park land, within walking distance of pubs and shops. ● No dogs are allowed on the site. Please book me adult and child places. Either send £10 deposit per person or the full cost: £40 waged adult, £25 unwaged or low-paid adult, £12 child, £95 for a family, £10 for a day ticket. Total enclosed (please make cheques payable to Socialist Party) Name Address Tel/email Return this to: Socialist Party Summer Camp, PO Box 24697, London E11 1YD. Ring 020 8988 8777 to pay by credit or debit card. Socialist Par ty Summer Camp 2008 Friday 22 - Monday 25 August (August Bank Holiday) Summer camp is a great opportunity for political discussions in a relaxed atmosphere. Discussions this year will include: •Breadline Britain – rising prices and pay restraint – how can workers fight back? •Abortion – is the right to choose under threat? •How can we defeat the far-right BNP? •New workers’ parties – developments across Europe and lessons for Britain.