Camping and Festivals: Summer Safety Guide

It’s that time of the year. The kids are all off school, the weather has improved (well for most part) and lots of families are heading off to campsites and festivals to make the most of the time together. I know this weekend sees Camp Bestival come to life with many families and bloggers heading there. Penny wrote a fabulous packing checklist which is ideal as a reminder for all those essential camping or festival items, particularly good for festival newbies. But whatever the weather and wherever you’re going do stay safe and smart, and look after your belongings. Allianz Your Cover have put together this fab infographic for all you festival goers to raise awareness of how you need to look after your belongings whilst at the site. After all you would make sure they were insured and well protected whilst at home. Some great tips here well worth considering – I would never have thought of leaving my smartphone at home for example but it’s great advice.

 

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Jen Stanbrook
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3 Comments

  1. Richard Thompson
    August 7, 2013 / 8:24 pm

    Really informative infographic! Some people are really careless with their belongings at festivals, camps, events, etc. Protecting your things can be easy, but most people overlook the simplest ways to prevent thieves from getting to your things. A lot of these tips can also be applied to everyday life too, not just festivals.

  2. Janice Dalton
    March 6, 2014 / 8:19 pm

    I have to agree with Richard, it should be compulsory for everyone to read a camping safety guide. But no one will! Half of camping issues are easily avoided.

  3. tanaya
    March 16, 2015 / 11:03 am

    good ideas for avoiding small issues during comping, sometimes small ideas make big differences… thanks for sharing

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