Keeping Safe

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Due to the virus I've had to put in procedures for the campsite.

I'm sure that you will be familiar with a lot of them already if you have been out & about.

This all seems very formal but if we know what to expect, and what the guidelines are, then we can stay safe and you can relax & enjoy your break.

This is to be made in advance

 & remotely

See further details in Price & Pitches


What to expect on the Campsite

  • When you arrive please go straight down to the campsite & your booked pitch

  • I will come down to you to check that all is ok. If you prefer that I didn't then just text me 'No check required'- I  understand

  • During your stay please contact me remotely by text or phone. If needed I will come down to the campsite to you

  • The picnic tables are out of use at present

  • The drive and campsite gates will be left open to reduce contact

  • I have sealed off the communal drinking water tap

  • The farm is working  so farm workers may be present

  • No freezer blocks can be frozen at present

  • Keep the 2 m social distancing rule 

  • Wash my hands regularly

  • Wear fresh disposable gloves & apron and use antibacterial spray when cleaning

  • I will clean the service area & gate handles between 11.30 - 1.30 and before a new arrival

  • I will clean your pitch hook-up before you arrive

  • I will check and clear your pitch  before you arrive


What I will do

What You  should do

  • On arrival go straight to your booked pitch

  • Observe the 2 meter social distancing rule

  • Wash hands regularly

  • Do not enter other pitches or use those hook-ups

  • Visiting guests are not allowed unless pre arranged &  registered with me

  • Only one person at a time in the service point area

  • Use the hand gel dispenses after using  the service area

What You  should do...

...if you develop Covid -19 symptoms while staying  at Marton House Campsite



The most important symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19) are recent onset of any of the following:

  • a new continuous cough

  • a high temperature

  • a loss of, or change in, your normal sense of taste or smell (anosmia)

For most people, coronavirus (COVID-19) will be a mild illness. However, if you have any of the symptoms above you must stay at home and arrange to have a test to see if you have COVID-19 – go to testing to arrange.

  • You should inform me (Felicia Dutton) by text/ phone,  immediately self-isolate where you are to minimise any risk of transmission, and request a test.

  •  If you are confirmed to have COVID-19, you should return home if you reasonably can.

  • Only drive yourself if you can do so safely.

  • If you cannot reasonably return home (for example because you are not well enough to travel or do not have the means to arrange transport), your circumstances should be discussed with an appropriate health care professional and, if necessary, the local authority.

  • You should follow government guidance on dealing with possible or confirmed coronavirus (COVID-19) infection. Once you (and if appropriate your party) have finished the required self-isolation period and are no longer symptomatic, You should return to your  main residence and continue to follow the government guidance on self-isolation, household isolation and social distancing.

  • Read further guidance for non-essential travel during the COVID pandemic.


Link to Government guidelines