To prevent the risk of fire at the campsite please be aware of the fire policy. The policy includes the location of fire fighting equipment. The policy has instructions on what to do if a fire should occur.
BBQ and Camp Fire Policy
Please be responsible with using your BBQ or campfire ! This BBQ and Campfire Policy to ensure the safety of all guests at the campsite.
- BBQ’s or campfires are NOT to be lit directly on the ground.
- In the hot and dry summer there is a risk of the fire spreading.
- You must use a BBQ or fire pit with legs so that the fire is supported off the ground.
- Be considerate to other guests with smoke from the fire.
- All fires must be extinguished after use and before going to sleep.
- All of the camping places have a water tap so make sure the fire if properly doused.
- Do not leave BBQ’s or campfires unattended.
- Make sure you know where the fire extinguishers are located as shown on the campsite map.
Instructions in the Event of a Fire
- If a fire starts then try to remain calm and do not panic.
- Sound the alarm by shouting “Fire, Fire, Fire” to get other peoples attention.
- If it is safe to do so, fight the fire with the fire extinguishers and / or fire blankets.
- If the fire is large please call the emergency services on 112 so that the Fire Service is called quickly to fight the fire.
- Then send another person to Reception to alert the Management that there is a fire.
- Anyone not actively fighting the fire should go to the Meeting Point which is the Car Parking Area above the swimming pool.