We have been asked to take part in an exciting new art project that will take centre stage in the new HS2 station in Curzon Street. Read more
Please get to Ackers for 7.15pm – it is a half hour journey from Knowle area and traffic at that time is always a nightmare so please make sure you leave enough time. The location is here: https://goo.gl/maps/P6V5vadHTj4AkiQg8 Read more
As you know we are undertaking a Three Peaks Challenge over the next months, weather dependant, and are kicking that off with a training day for all participants on November 23rd. Read more
As you know we are running a “CAG Three Peaks Challenge”: to get to the highest peak of each of the Snowdon, Glyders and Carneddau mountain ranges in North Wales. Read more
As per the Outdoor Trip Program for 2019 we are off to the Lake District in September to attempt to ghyll scramble UP the River Esk. We tried to do it in October last year but the epic trip we were expecting turning into a BIBLICAL epic due to the weather. It was SOOO wet we didn’t get it done, so we are going to try it again this September. Read more
You’ll know from the program that our end of term / year party is next Tuesday and you are all invited. Read more
Qualifying Expedition and final preparations
The DofE guidelines were reviewed last year and there is no longer a requirement for a practice expedition for the bronze level. Therefore, the qualifying weekend has been brought forward from 20-21 July to 06-07 July. To ensure the group is ready, we are running an expedition training day on Sunday 30th June (this was Saturday but it clashed with the CAG car wash). We will meet at Bickenhill at 11am and expect to finish around 4pm. If the location changes to somewhere more exciting, we’ll let you know! Read more
Sorry, we thought we had sent out the program previously, which we had but only to some people. Sorry!! Please find the program for the term attached – just click to view.
It’s going to be damp and cool this evening but the plans are as detailed in the plan for the term.
We’ve got a three way split: Read more
About CAG Trust
Challenge Adventure Group is the working name of CAG Trust, a registered charity in England and Wales, charity number 1182688
What is CAG?
Challenge Adventure Group (“CAG”) is a voluntary youth organisation for Knowle, Dorridge, Solihull and beyond that gets boys aged 10 and above out and about enjoying everything the world has to offer.
We provide challenging, adventurous and fun activities for young people in their leisure time at weekly meetings and over night trips.