An action packed weekend of fun and adventure.
This year we are trying a new location – Dalehead Bunkhouse near Edale. You will get to be a Scouting Pioneer and go somewhere no (Thursday) Scout has been before!
Last year we did loads of activities; including astronomy, canal football, a night hike to look at the haunted railway, and orienteering at Black Rocks. Plus our epic feature presentation from a world away, “The Martian”.
This year we will be doing new things! What activity would *you* like to do? What film would you like to watch?
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Weekends away and Summer Camp are the times when we do the most things – miss them and miss out what being in Scouts is all about.
Check out last year’s camp here
Our annual Lads and Dads camp was once again held in the wilds of the Chatsworth Estate.
A busy, action packed weekend of activities which included Off Road Driving, non stop cricket, making things and camp fires was enjoyed by all and 30th anniversary winners were Richard and Will Jones – Well done to them and all who took part.
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Pictures from our family fun day can be found here:
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answerthat! is a quiz night with a difference.
Another great night of fun at the Parish Hall with over 100 parents and friends enjoying rounds such as Have I got news for you, Countdown and Question of Sport. A big thank you to all who came and also to EXU, the exec committee and Leaders who organised the event raising funds for camping equipment and hopefully some new Kayaks for the summer.
See a selection of event photos here!
Another weekend packed with fun, challenge and adventure held on the Chatsworth estate. The lads and dads took part in a cycling challenge, a rugby challenge, non stop cricket, built ballistas, built a large camp fire, air rifle shooting, peg and wine bottle challenges and so much more.
The highlight for many on Saturday night was watching the England Wales Rugby match on a large screen sat around the camp fire!
And a big thank you to all the leaders who made the weekend possible – and the the family of Fred May (Former Group Chairman) whose legacy was spent on a new gate into the field.
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