Thank you for considering sending your child on a Welsh language EMW camp. This page is for parents who wish to send their child on a Welsh language camp, but would prefer to book in English.
Please feel free to look through the English language camp pages. English and Welsh language camps are very similar and provide a wonderful holiday for children.
Over many years tens of thousands of children and young people have enjoyed EMW camps, both under canvas and indoors. Camp combines many aspects: plenty of enjoyable activities, meeting friends old and new, solid bible teaching, and practical down-to-earth discussion of Christian issues. These pages give brief information about the Welsh language camps that are currently run by the EMW.
Children come from every part of Wales to the camps and children often come from English language homes – this is no problem, as we have all the relevant information and booking procedures in English. Please feel free to browse the pages of the English language camps and the pop back here for details and to book your child onto a Welsh language camp.
Welsh language Camp activities:
- Mini Gwersyll (Mini Camp) – A 3 day camp that’s run over February half term in Bala. This camp is ideal for Children who haven’t been on camp before (as a taster of the full week) and for campers who want to meet up with old friends from the summer.
- Gwersyll Iau (Junior Summer Camp) – A week full of marvelous activities, fun, laughter within a warm, safe Christian atmosphere.
- Gwersyll Hŷn (Older Summer Camp) – A week full of marvelous activities, fun, laughter within a warm, safe Christian atmosphere.
- Aduniad Gwersyll (Camp Reunion) – A day in Abersytwyth usually in November.
There are also a number of more informal meetings and events organised during the year. Information will appear here.