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Finance
The event costs £215. 
This cost should not be a barrier to young people attending.

We work hard to negotiate the best price possible and take advantage of large group discounts, passing the savings directly to families. Our adult leaders also pay to attend the event!

To visit all of our planned attractions, stay in our accommodation and travel to London outside of scouts, the adventure would cost in more than £350!



Payments
We prefer payments by BACS to:
  • Sort Code: 40-52-40
  • Acc No: 00018186
  • Ref: [Young person's name] - LONDON
Email london@hls-scouts.org.uk to confirm payments have been made.

Please contact Jack Fletcher (london@hls-scouts.org.uk) if you would like to pay by cheque.

Please do not send payments via local cub scout leaders.

Deposits
£215 in total, paid over 4 months in deposits. Please note each deposit payment should be received by these dates:

1st Deposit     £65.00     10th December 2018
2nd Deposit    £50.00     10th January 2019
3rd Deposit     £50.00   31st January 2019
4th Deposit     £50.00   8th February 2019

Please note that deposits/payments are not returnable and represent your commitment to go.


Support
We have a range of funding and fundraising opportunities. 

We can provide support towards some of the activity cost if a family is in receipt of/eligible for one of the following:

  • total household income level below £20,000
  • young carer
  • looked after child (in care)
  • free school meals or pupil premium funding
  • Income Support
  • Income-based Jobseeker's Allowance
  • income-related Employment and Support Allowance
  • support under Part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999
  • Child Tax Credit and annual income does not exceed £16,190 as assessed by HMRC
  • Working Tax Credit
  • Universal Credit
  • Housing Benefit
  • Disability Living Allowance (related to the young person or parent)
  • guarantee element of State Pension Credit

You can have a confidential conversation with the leader in charge (LiC) of the event
Where your money goes
Adventures like this are great experiences and are packed full of activities and attractions! Our adults pay to attend the trip too, which is how we keep our costs to young people down. Below is a pie chart to show where your £215 goes.


Live balance checker
You can check soon how much you've paid and owe by using our live balance checker.
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