ORGANISER INFORMATION

We aim to make planning your visit a breeze so whether this is your a trip rookie or veteran you are in good hands. Below are documents, FAQs and other information designed to make planning your visit to TYF easier.

  • FAQs
  • Important Documents
  • REGISTRATION
  • Terms & Conditions
  • INFORMATION FOR PARENTS
  • Kit List

What if someone can't swim?

For coasteering and kayaking participants have to wear a buoyancy aid, so being able to swim is not a requirement. For these activities we have a guide ratio of 1:8 so your group will be closely supported and supervised. 


When surfing or body surfing the group will be in shallower water, allowing individuals to build water confidence. 

Do you cater for all dietary requirements?

Yes, all of our external caterers can plan menus and meals to suit specific dietary needs. Just let us know your requirements at the point of booking then we can ensure the necessary information is passed on. 

Do we need to provide our own wetsuits?

No, for all of our activities we provide all the specialist equipment that your group will need. A full kit list will be provided during the booking process and can be seen by clicking the 'Kit List' tab.

Do you have equipment to suit all sizes?

Yes, we have a wide range of sizes in all of our equipment. Before you head out on your activities our guides will ensure that all equipment fits correctly and make any necessary changes.

Should you require further information on any of the following documents please email learn@tyf.com.

 - Activity Risk Assessments

 - Child Protection Policy

 - TYF Insurance Policy

 - AALA Licence


The group organiser should download and complete their 'group consent form' and use the 'Organiser Declaration' form below to return to TYF 9 weeks prior to arrival. For groups booking less than 9 weeks prior to arrival these forms should be completed at the time of booking. 


Our terms and conditions can be viewed by clicking the button below. Please note your booking is not valid until this document has been signed. 


We have provided a resource page to share with your parents which can be viewed here


Here is a kit list for theactivities we do.If you wish to find out more information about your programme of activities please contact one of the team on 01437 721 611 or learn@tyf.com

Coasteering

You Bring

  • Swimwear

  • Old Shorts (to wear over your wetsuit)

  • Towel

  • Old Trainers

TYF Provide

  • Helmet

  • Wetsuit

  • Buoyancy Aid

Climbing

You Bring

  • Well-fitting trainers

  • Active Clothing

TYF Provide

  • Climbing Helmet

  • Harness

  • Climbing Ropes

  • Gear

Surfing

You Bring

  • Swimwear (for underneath the wetsuit)

  • Towel
  • A warm change of clothes

TYF Provide

  • Wetsuit

  • Surboard & Leash

Kayaking

You Bring

  • Swimwear (for underneath the wetsuit)

  • Towel
  • Old Trainers

TYF Provide

  • Kayak

  • Paddle

  • Wetsuit

  • Buoyancy Aid

Mud Run

You Bring

  • Clothing that you don't mind getting covered in Mud!

  • An Old Towel
  • Old Trainers
  • Bring spare clothes and shoes!

TYF Provide

  • Plenty of Mud

  • Warm Showers

Rockpool Safari, Coastal Walks & Hill Climbing

You Bring

  • Suitable Walking Boots / Shoes

  • Waterproof Trousers
  • Waterproof Coat
  • Fleece / Thermal Top

TYF Provide

  • Maps

  • Local Knowledge

Complete Kit List

Clothing

  • Fleece, Jumper or Sweatshirt
  • Leggings or Tracksuit Bottoms
  • Shorts x 2
  • Short or Long Sleeved T-Shirts
  • Underwear (remember to pack spares)
  • Thick Socks
  • Pyjamas & Dressing Gown
  • Evening Clothes
  • Old Trainers (to get wet or muddy)
  • Trainers / Walking Shoes
  • Shoes for indoors / evenings
  • Sandals, Crocs or Flip Flops
  • Swimming Costume
  • Waterproof Coat (with a hood)
  • Waterproof Trousers
  • Baseball Cap or Hat
  • Scarf & Gloves

Toiletries

  • Suncream

  • Toothbrush & Toothpaste
  • Towel, Flannel or Sponge
  • Soap, shampoo & shower gel
  • Hairbrush or Comb
  • Earplugs
  • Any medication (labelled in plastic bag)

Equipment

  • Carrier Bag for dirty & wet clothes

  • Backpack or shoulder bag (Day bag)
  • Sleeping bag & roll matt (for bivvying)
  • Glasses / Contact Lenses
  • Torch (Don't forget spare batteries)
  • Notebooks, pens, pencils and stationery
  • Reading book or magazine
  • Pocket money