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lagera without knowing the campsite I cant tell you about security specifically
but in general guide camps are well off the beaten track so their wont be strangers hanging about. Every sound is amplified in a quiet campsite so any guide opening a tent, moving about etc would be heard almost immediately
Although the guiders will be in their own tent , they will be in very close proximity to the girls tents and therefore only a few feet further from the girls if they were staying in a brownie house
putting girls of a similiar age in each tent is just to help them sleep.. the youngsters like your daughter will be so shattered and will fall asleep almost right away.... i cant say the same for they 14 years olds..
My daughter is a guide in Glasgow. She's been camping at Balloch (Loch Lomond). Both times she's had a fantastic time. They camp in modern style tents, not the old canvas ridge pole tents I used when I was in guides. Cooking is sometimes on an open fire but they also used camping stoves. There's waterspouts and other activities. When is the camp? My dd1 is 12 and we've not heard anything but it might not be a regional camp. It's a great experience for them. My dd1 was 10 when she went first.
Is it the camp near loch lomond? If so my dd went twice, but with the brownies when she was just turned 8 and then again when she was 9. They don't sleep in tents with brownies so they were in a log cabin type thing. But she loved it both times, really well organised and safe, no problems at all