A rather cold and very busy weekend weekend with over 60 people from 7 different groups. For many this was their first visit to Biblins, the photo orienteering was a great way to explore the site and find some little hidden details.
With so many different groups it was a great opportunity to make new friends, and the teamwork challenges had everyone working together in no time.
The canoeing trip down to Monmouth was enjoyed by all, even if some did get a little more wet than they had hoped. The autumn colours were stunning and one group was lucky enough to be able to watch a kingfisher fishing from the riverbank.
Around the fire the bushcraft activities were very popular, making pizzas, whittling and toasting marshmallows. The fire was our centre point for the evening too sharing favourites songs and learning a few new ones.
Waking up to frozen tents on Sunday morning was a first for many of our young people and something they will remember for a long time I’m sure. However once the sun was up and everyone had had a warm drink or two it was back into the activities before finally packing up and saying our goodbyes.
Thanks to everyone who made this a weekend to remember.