Category: Camps

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Survival Friday Returns

Scouts took part in the first “Survival Friday” since 2018 on Friday night. They have to build a tarp shelter, sleep in it, light a wood fire, and cook breakfast. We managed to get a bacon buttie before midnight and a full English (scrambled, beans, bacon, sausage) before clearing away. A mild, dry, light wind…
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May Cub Camp

We had a mediaeval Cub camp in Lydney deerpark. Quests, jousting, trebuchet, a visit to the temple. Even managed to spot the Northern Lights. Weather was kind.

Cub Sixer/Seconder Camp

Senior cubs camped at Aylburton.

Backwoods Challenge

Scouts had a great time building a tarp shelter and sleeping out overnight cooking their meals on a wood fire. That Backwoods.

Haarlem Jamborette 2023

We took a group of Scouts and Explorers to the Haarlem Jamborette in The Netherlands. It is the most amazing ten days that you can imagine on scouting. Water activities, pioneering, cooking for the whole Forest of Dean group, hikes of various lengths. puzzles, games, frisbee, dressing up, crafts, performances, creativity, social, disco, fast food,…
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Evolution 2023

Cubs had a wet but fun weekend at Evolution.


Another fun scouts adventure weekend at Cirencester

Group Camp Botany Bay

We had a brilliant camp at Botany Bay, near Tintern. It went well, considering that we haven’t done a big camp for several years. We had forgotten a lot . We needed a late night run to Tesco Chepstow to replenish consumables. Even some of the Beavers stayed for one night, brave people (leaders, not…
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Belgium 2022

We took Scouts and Explorers from across the Forest of Dean to Belgium for a week. We stayed at the De Kluis camp site near St Joris Weert. We cycled, canoed, hiked, swam, saw battlefields, visited the scout museum, and Brussels. It was brilliant.

Wye Canoe Exped

It was a heatwave for the Scout paddle down the Wye. Started at Luckshall Campsite, camped at Tresseck at Hoarwithy. Decided not to paddle on Sunday, even an early start would have carried risk of over-heating.