Please read below to find answers to our most popular queries!


DBS Checks
Partner Organisations
Who can share tents?
Why are the teaching sessions compulsory?

DBS Checks

Every adult (those aged 18 and older) who will be on site for any length of time during the Spree Wales weekend (4pm Friday - 3pm Sunday) must have an enhanced DBS dated within the last 3 years.

The MAIN LEADER for each group must have this DBS with one of our Partner Organisations (see below) or be registered with the Update Service.

Adult Volunteers and Service Crew (18+) must also have this DBS with one of our Partner Organisations (see below) or be registered with the Update Service.


Partner Organisations

Urban Saint (lead partner)
Message Wales


Who can share tents?

Children: Boys and girls must have separate tents, except where staying as a family unit.

Adults: Only married couples may share a tent, unless there are separate bedrooms within that allows unmarried adults to sleep separately.


Why are the teaching sessions compulsory?

Spree Wales is run to bring campers (and all attendees!) closer to God and we believe that listening to teaching from the Bible is imperative to this aim.