My child can’t swim. Can they still come?

In order to take part in water activities we require an additional consent from a parent or guardian.

Carlton Lodge requires that all participants wear a helmet and buoyancy aid in order to take part. This means that if your child cannot swim but would like to take part, he/she can take part in the water activities if comfortable to do so.

Please note: if a parent/guardian has not ticked the box to say they are happy for their child to take part in water activities, we cannot allow them to take part. Therefore, if you are happy for them to take part but your child is uncertain, please tick the box. Your child can always decline to take part on the day but this is better than them wanting to take part but not being allowed to.  


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