Everything you need to know to prepare for and get excited about your first Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust sailing adventure!Download your kit list Contact the team
Here is everything you need to know for your four-day Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust sailing adventure. From what to bring to things to remember, at your fingertips.
Please note: Your travel information will be emailed directly to you (over 18s) and parents/guardians (under 18s). But if you have any questions please get in touch.
Now it's time to get excited!Download your kit list Four day sailing FAQs
Young people’s stories are pivotal to more young people being inspired to come sailing with the Trust. Photos and interviews from trips are key to this.
You should have received a Media Consents - Images & Interviews form by email, asking if you would be happy to be photographed, filmed and/or interviewed on your trip and explaining the ways these might be used.
If you haven’t done so yet please complete and submit it to let us know.
Remember: Your consent can be withdrawn or changed at any time.
We need to understand in what ways the Trust has an impact on young people’s wellbeing. You can help us.
If you are aged 14+ at the time of your trip, 2 weeks before, just after and 3 months post-trip, we will send you a short questionnaire. Please complete and return each of these so we can see how we can make a bigger difference to more young lives.
We would like to send the questions directly to all young people, who will be aged 14+ on their trip. If you are a parent/guardian, and are happy for us to do this, please tell us on the Media Consent form. We will only use these contact details for sending the questionnaires. All other contact will remain with the parent/guardian.
If you are taking replacement Hydrocortisone and have an Emergency Hydrocortisone Injection, are at risk of an anaphylactic allergic reaction and have an emergency adrenaline auto-injector or have been told we require a blood count within 7 or 28 days before the trip (depending on your circumstances), there are some other things to do too.
Find out exactly what we need by when here - Pre-trip medical information
We can tell you everything you need to know. But it is so much better to ‘meet’ people, to ask questions and feel reassured and familiar with what you or your child can expect from the trip.
So, we are delighted to invite you to meet some of the team, young people previously supported by the Trust plus other young people joining trips for the first time this summer and their families on Zoom.
Sign up now and we will be back in touch nearer the time with a reminder to come along.
If you have other any or a combination of the other symptoms, but do feel well enough to go to school/work and do your normal activities, please contact us to discuss.
Anyone taking part in a trip in 2023 may be asked to do a Lateral Flow Test ahead of joining their trip.
This decision will be made in the context of what is happening in wider society and the rate of community transmission at the time.
Please click here - Vaccinations and Testing - for the latest information. This page will be updated if there are any changes before your trip.
We will also contact you as soon as possible if anything is needed for or affects your trip.
Everything else, for example, if masks or an extra lateral flow test are required at any point, the Trust will look after.
Please be reassured if COVID stops you coming on your trip this year, it will not affect your chance to come back next year.Email the team Call the team
Are you interested in coming on this Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust trip? Or do you know someone who you think might benefit from joining us? Please fill in the contact form below, or call 01983 297750 to chat to one of our team.
Please note – eligibility information can be found on the trip page.
Do you know a young person aged 8-24 that could benefit from Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust support? Please fill in the contact form below, or call 01983 297750 to chat to one of our team.
Please note - treatment must be finished before a young person comes on a trip. But if you would like to find out more about what support is open to them after your treatment ends we would still like to hear from you.
The week has been the best! I never thought I would get the chance to do this. I’ve made loads of new friends, I’ll definitely stay in touch.