Whilst many of us basked in the glorious weather we experienced this May bank holiday, the Cubs and Beavers ages 5-10 years old, both boys and girls from across Bath not only got to enjoy the fabulous weather with their friends – they had a wealth of amazing activities and opportunities to participate in, in this year’s district camp.
The biggest Scout camp in Bath since 1985, Bath District Beaver and Cub camp saw 350 young people and 100 adults both Leaders and parents join together to take make new friends, have fun and make some amazing memories across 3 days while sleeping under canvas.
With activities ranging from archery to grass sledging and jujitsu – there really was something for everyone and everyone had the chance to develop new skills.
For those who enjoy the adrenaline of adventure, the sky-high climbing wall provided an active, safe way to challenge physical dexterity and nerves. Whilst the arts and craft tent provided an oasis for creativity and ‘imagination to be brought to fruition. If that wasn’t enough, the Beavers and Cubs also had an array of sporting and team building activities to participate in, not to mention a field of inflatables to have fun with their friends on!
Of course, no camp would be complete without an evening campfire and some tasty marshmallows to toast, and to help wind down after a day of adventure, the campers were treated to outdoor screenings of a classic film. To find out more, or how you could get involved in our next big adventure, get in touch here.