Sleep Over at the Principality Stadium 2020 - FAQ's I’m worried about raising funds... We ask everyone taking part in Sleep Over to aim to raise as much as they can; we know that this can seem daunting, but we’ll give you plenty of support to smash your fundraising target! We’ll provide you with a fundraising pack and resources full of hints and tips on how you can smash your target, and we’ll be there to support you all the way! We’ll also send you information on how your fundraising will make a real and lasting change to the lives of the people supported by Llamau. Your fundraising changes lives and we couldn’t continue providing our vital services without you! Can I bring my sponsorship money on the night? Yes, you can bring your sponsorship money on the night; please make sure you give it to a member of Llamau staff and get a receipt so that we know to attribute the donation to you and/or your team. Why do you need to know if I have any existing medical conditions? When you register we ask if you have an existing medical condition that would affect your ability to take part in the event. This is so that in the unlikely scenario that you need help from our onsite first aiders, we can make sure they know of any existing medical conditions you may have. The information you give us is kept completely confidential, and is only shared with the first aiders at the event. Why do you need an emergency contact name and number? In the very unlikely case that you will become ill or you want to go home but are unable to drive or use public transport, we will call your emergency contact so that they’re aware of how you are and can come and support you. Are there any age limits to taking part? Sleep Over is an event for 8-16 year olds and their responsible adults. Anyone aged 16 and under taking part will need to be accompanied by an adult aged 21+ at a ratio of no more than 6 young people to 1 adult. Are we sleeping on the pitch? The event will take place in the concourse of Principality Stadium, and outside the concourse in a fenced off area. You will not be able to go onto the pitch. Why is alcohol not allowed at the Sleep Over? Sleep Over is an event aimed at children and young people, therefore we are not allowing anyone to bring alcohol to the event to ensure the safety of the young people taking part. What safety precautions do you take to make sure everyone sleeping outside kept are safe? We have professional first aiders at the event in case of any emergencies. The Sleep Zone is fenced and secure, and is patrolled by Llamau staff all night to ensure no unauthorised people can get in. Staff patrolling the sleep zone will check up on sleeping participants to make sure they are safe, and if you see or hear anything that concerns you please let us know as soon as possible. All Llamau staff are DBS checked, and have all received first aid training. If you feel unsafe on the night, or are worried about anyone, please come and tell us! Will there be any shelter at Sleep Over? There will be plenty of shelter in the indoor sleep zone, and plenty of sheltered space in the outdoor sleep zone. The Sleep Over is an under the star’s experience – you will not be able to bring tents to the event. If you feel you would need a tent to take part, please get in touch with us by emailing [email protected]. Is the venue accessible for wheelchair users and people with additional access needs? Principality Stadium is fully accessible, find out more information on the stadiums accessibility here: https://www.principalitystadium.wales/information/disabled-facilities/ Please contact us if you have any questions, or if there is anything we can do to ensure you are able to take part in the event. What do I need to bring? You will receive an essential kit list when you register to take part in the Sleep Over. You will need to bring a sleeping bag, ground sheet, bed roll, lots of layers of warm clothes, warm hat, gloves, thick socks, and waterproof clothing. If you arrive at Sleep Over without these, we’ll send you home to get them! You will not be able to bring a tent, air mattress, alcohol, stove, or music player to Sleep Over. Is Sleep Over a realistic experience of street homeless? It would be impossible to replicate the experiences of people who are street homeless at this event, and we do not aim to replicate homelessness at Sleep Over. Sleep Over is a challenge event that raises vital funds to support Llamau’s work to end homelessness and change futures in Wales. Our mission is to eradicate homelessness in Wales, with our focus being on early intervention and prevention to ensure that nobody has to endure sleeping on the street. By taking part in the Sleep Over and raising funds for Llamau, you’re making it possible for us to continue our work to end homelessness and change futures for thousands of people in Wales. What happens if the weather is bad? Sleep Over will go ahead in all weathers! We will only cancel the event if there is a severe weather warning in the week of the event, or if there in an incident in the City Centre that will make it unsafe for participants to travel to and from the event. Can I bring my dog? Unfortunately, you won’t be able to bring your dog with you due to potential allergies that your fellow participants may have. How well will I be able to sleep? Sleep Over is a lot of fun, but it is not easy. It will be cold, and it might be wet. Some of your fellow participants may find it difficult to sleep and will stay up chatting in the sleep zone, they may keep you awake. We will do our best to remind participants to be considerate of anyone trying to sleep. What can I bring to make the Sleep Over more comfortable? We would recommend that you bring lots of layers of warm clothes, waterproof clothing, a sleeping bag, a ground sheet, a bed roll, any medications you may need, and cash for the food vendors. Please do not bring a tent, mattress, or alcohol to Sleep Over, and please do not play loud music while people are sleeping. Can I leave early if needed? Of course, you’re free to leave whenever you like! Please let a member of Llamau staff know if you are leaving early so we can make sure that we update our details of who is in the venue in case of fire etc. Is there parking? There is no parking available at the Stadium.