Shea: I felt I wanted to lose weight. I've been picked on occasionally, but that just helped make my mind up about coming here.
NR: How did you find out about it?
Kaye: My sister looked up weight-loss camps on the internet. Most are in America, but this one is in the UK. My sister is here too, we both felt we needed to lose some weight.
Shea: I saw a programme about this place on BBC1 a couple of years ago. Then when I felt unhappy about my size, my mum looked them up and booked me straight on it.
NR: Going to camp for the summer is still quite unusual in the UK, are you missing your parents?
Kaye: Yes, loads! I've been here since Sunday and we can only call on Thursdays, so I've heard from them in almost a week.
Shea: I'm missing them a bit, but I knew what it was going to be like.
NR: What about your friends?
Kaye: I'm missing them a lot too. I've written some letters, and they promised to write to me, but I haven't received any yet.
Shea: I'm missing my mates, but I know if I were at home, we'd all just be sat around, probably bored. I want to come back to the camp next year, even if I don't need to lose any weight, I want to keep coming. I think I'd really like to work here. I've talked to the staff about it and they are really supportive.
NR: What sort of activities do you do?