Tomorrow we are out and about getting to Knowle from Barston.

This is a TEAM event, it needs members of teams to fully take part for the team to operate properly.

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As mentioned at our information evening, we are running a hiking trip to Wales on October 3rd – 4th.

This will be to the Dolgellau area to do a hike to the summit of Cader Idris, one of the best mountains with the most amazing views in Wales. From the top you can see the Irish Sea to the west, Abersoch to the north west, Mt Snowdon and the northern Snowdonia mountains to the north and the rest of Wales to the east and south.

This is a really fun trip and any one will be capable of taking part – any and all members are invited to come along!!

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This week we are doing a variety of activities. Please take note of the following:

  • Smalls: You need to bring a small metal tin that can be sealed completely from air getting in or out, such as a travel sweet tin – it MUST seal completely from the air outside. You need to make a small hole in the lid and bring an old cotton rag of some kind – not polyester as this won’t work with polyester. It can be an old t-shirt or towel or something you don’t want back again. It needn’t be a big rag, just a piece the size of a cloth will do.
  • Bigs (Bronze): you are doing a D of E catch up session so please make sure your D of E accounts are up to date and bring any evidence you need to scan in to your account.
  • Bigs (Silver): you are using your skills to plan and run Oct 7th’s session!! Bring your brains.
  • Young Leaders: you are planning next weeks session.
  • ALL: first activity is outside, wear your trainers!

Let us know if you have any questions – see you Tuesday!!

As previously advertised, we have our information evening for all members tomorrow evening.

This is an important evening for all members and parents to find out about activities this term and into the future.

Doors will be open from 6.30pm so please come along in good time to start at 7pm.

If some parents can assist with setting up the tea and coffee and clearing up at the end it will really help and be appreciated.

The first part of the evening is for all members. At the break the smalls group will be going outside with the young leaders to have a radio control cars grand prix in a specially created course on the field. All year 9 and above members and parents will continue for the second half of the information specifically for them.

A chance to earn points for your team:

This is a really great opportunity for new participants in years 6 to 9 to come along and find out all about Challenge Adventure Group – so here’s a challenge: if you know anyone in that age group please invite them along. We will give you points for each person in that age group you bring along and extra points for those that join us. At the end of the term the team with the most points is going Karting or Paintballing as the prize for the term so invite as many as you can in years 6 to 9.

That’s it, please let us know if you have any questions. We’ll see you tomorrow.