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Frost Camp Returns!

Date: 6th Mar 2022 Author: Alistair Tickett

Bentley Copse Activity Centre FROST CAMP

Approx. 500 Scouts, Explorer Scouts and Guides and Leaders camped at Bentley Copses’ Frost Camp which was held over the weekend of February 25-27 at Bentley Copse Activity Centre.

The camp that was postponed from January due to Omicron was nearly cancelled during to the recent storms but thanks to the Service crew the site was made safe for this weekend to go ahead.

Scouts from all over Surrey enjoyed a weekend of activities which included Laser Clay Pigeon, Tree climbing, Air Pistols, Crate Stacking, Adventure course, Go Karts (pedal), Tomahawk Throwing, Cave Maze, Laser Tag, Jacobs Ladder but to name a few.

In the evening there was a campfire and silent disco.

Noah aged 14 an Explorer Scout from Guildford said “This activity camp gave us the freedom to do the activities we wanted to do: I enjoyed Tree Climbing and the Cave Maze as I found these challenging”.

Temi aged 11 a Scout from Guildford said “It was something new and I have tried new things”.

Josie aged 12 a Scout from Farnham said “I was looking forward to this camp as it gave us freedom with the activities, I liked Crate Stacking best”.

Zoe aged 13 a Scout from Farnham said “I liked spending time with my friends as I couldn’t do that with Covid, The Crate stacking was the best activity as it was fun”.


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