Arrived on Friday and we played games then we got shown to our tents, we had a hot dog before bed. Saturday morning we had breakfast which we had to be very quick because we had to ho to our first zone which was earth. We got to chose from rope a phobia, quad bike and a zip line. I chose rope a phobia.. We went to a different part of earth where we could do abseiling or laser tag. Most of the Continue reading
We’re all back from a great weekend spent with friends, wood collecting, firelighting, cooking, wide games and campfire entertainment. We had meatballs in the dutch oven and roasted chicken, stuffing and mediterranean vegetables on the fire. We learned how to use the ghillie kettle, and used the Continue reading
Our group members have all been out walking the Greenway today on the annual Rotary Club Sponsored Walk. The weather was kind and everyone did really well, helping fundraise for their camps and activities. The group committee and some of the leaders also ran the refreshment bas at Wymondley Wood for the hungry and thirsty walkers. Photos are on the photos page.
We were put into groups of 6 people to go round and do each activity, there was rope making, plaster casts, cooking, fire basics, and shelter building, my favourite was Continue reading
The Beaver sleepover was really good because we made bottle rockets. We had to see how far they went. The camp fire was really excellent and the hot chocolate was super nice. I liked being with my friends. By James
This was 2nd sleepover. I really enjoyed making and blasting the rockets off. I had fun with my friends. By Chloe
A lovely spring morning and our cubs and scouts have been back on Norton Common today helping with the conservation work. They have been cutting up fallen trees, clearing scrub and clearing the waterways of debris. The dead wood has been put into piles away from the paths to create safe habitats for a variety of wildlife and there were already birds moving in before we left the site. We hope to Continue reading
By answering questions from OS Maps covering the UK, patrols earned pieces of their ‘car’. Great teamwork came into play as they raced to complete the questions and build their car before the other patrols. All four patrols completed their car and two cars made it round the course intact with passenger still on board! Tiger Patrol came in fastest taking the chequered flag as they crossed the finish line.