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Swanley District Scouts

Beaver and Cub Adventure Days

14th May 2022, 13:30 - 16:30

Come on down to Lower Grange Farm with your Colony or Pack and join in the Adventure Days organised by

the Lower Grange Farm team on Saturday 14th May 2022 or Sunday 15th May 2022.

Beavers and Cubs will get the chance to have a go at bouldering (either in the barn or climbing on the mobile

tower subject to availability), zorbing, disc golf, pedal cars, cave bus, archery, water games, mop football, target

practice, remote control cars, obstacle courses and foam sword training – as well as a whole host of other

activities during the session. All are weather and availability dependent. You must book in advance and

places are strictly limited so choose your time and date and book quickly to avoid disappointment.

Adventure Times: Choose from either 9am until 12 noon or 1.30pm till 4.30pm. If you come to the morning

session you can bring a packed lunch if you wish to eat when the session finishes but you must vacate the site

by 12.45pm. Likewise if the afternoon session wishes to bring a packed lunch prior to their session, you can

arrive at 12.45pm but must be ready for a 1.30pm start.

Capacity: We can accommodate 200 young people at each adventure session – you must provide a ratio of

one adult to every 10 children (adults will be expected to help during the adventure!).

Cost: £10 per young person. Adults are free! Squash and hot drinks will be provided free of charge.

Please click here to complete the booking form.

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