On July 13, Camping Les Viviers in Claouey unfortunately had to expel two families of holidaymakers, but the facts reported in the article published on July 16, 2017 are erroneous and truncated. The fire extinguishers were indeed hit and emptied, not just displaced, necessitating their replacement.
This vandalism, observed in two campsites in the Campsite, is the result of acts of theft (bike and hand spinners) committed by the same authors within the campsite, against a client of the establishment and a Exhibitor of the night market, thus questioning the peace and security of all customers.
These are not isolated incidents or “bad jokes”. On the contrary, the degradation of equipment dedicated to fire protection is unacceptable in general and more specifically in the case of camping surrounded by a pine forest. The security required for such an establishment, and legitimately expected by its residents, does not authorize such behavior.
The seriousness of the events led to the filing of a complaint about theft and vandalism.
Faced with the accumulation of these drifts, the Direction of the campsite has decided to implement its rules of procedure, displayed at the entrance of the campsite and signed by all the residents. The Directorate wishes to point out that only the perpetrators were excluded, but that all members of the family preferred to leave the campsite when they were not required to do so. This deportation decision is part of the high season for the campsite, where residents expect calm, peace and security for holidays that are sometimes expected to last a whole year.