Burn Clubs and Camps

Burn clubs and camps are an opportunity for children and young people who have suffered burn injuries, to meet others, share experiences and improve self esteem. Clubs usually offer a range of activities ranging from day events to a residential camp experience offering a variety of challenging, creative, socialising and fun activities.

Pinderfields Family Burns Club provides a service to assist families with children and young adults, supporting the physical, social and psychological needs of young burn survivors and families through a variety of events and family activities.

Manchester Burns Camp is a partnership between the paediatric burns service at Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital, the adult burns service at Wythenshawe Hospital (both part of Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust) and Greater Manchester Fire & Rescue Service, providing a variety of day activities for children and young adults from 5 – 25 years including two annual residentials, one for Young Adults (16-25) and one for children (8-16).

The Grafters Club is a club for children and their families in the North-East and Cumbria who have suffered burns injuries, including day trips, Burn Camp and Jamboree weekend.

Theo’s Burns Club supports children and families in the Sheffield area, taking children for special activity camps and days out where they can do lots of activities with children who have had similar experiences.