Pancake Night; First Aid; Robin Hood – Scouts in Tights!; Failand Hike; Beetle; Snake Night
Considering they were Scouts, many of the pancakes looked really quite… well… appetizing. Most bizzare! Others, however looked really quite… well… unappetizing, to say the least. I’ve never seen pancakes looking such strange colours.
Some Scouts even flipped (pancakes that is).
Congratulations to those that did well!!
Scouts in Injury Drama!
Still, some of the Scouts knew what to do and patched things up quite well.
Robin Hood ~ Scouts in Tights!
Scouts have a night themed on the brave and gallant hero Robin Hood…
Anyway, a massively funny night was had by all, from flour bombs to paint bombs and a taste of catapults thrown in.
Well done to all those who entered into the spirit of it, we had Scouts in tights, Scouts in trousers, Scouts in tights under their trousers and Scouts with painted green legs (I just hope it wasn’t permanent food colouring he used… ah well, it was worth it for the prize!)
Congratulations to you all, if you missed it, you missed the chance to see leaders in tights – yes leaders in tights (and funny green curtain cloak things…)
A pleasant evening, bit chilly but pleasant none the less. The Scouts had decided to get a bit of night-time map reading and hiking prcatice in.
Fun was had by all… Especially when those boy racers turned up…
A competely fun evening, over too soon for some people… Tasty cakes and refreshments, all free!
Watch out for the next one…
Dead mice in the freezer as snake food anyone!?
Terry the snake decided he simply wasn’t hungry and Irwin simply wanted to fall sleep upon Harrison. AWWW!
Thank you Daisy for an excellent night!
(Apologies for blurry photos but Terry and Irwin wouldn’t keep still!)
Tramp Night 2006
Scouts dressed up in fantastic colourful outfits, all paraded down the hastily constructed catwalk…
…the fashion – all made out of bin bags!
Fire Station Visit 2006
An informative evening with lots of large, big equipment that can cause lots of damage when rescuing people. And a thermal imaging camera that made people look funny, all in a nights experience at Southmead Fire Station.
Thank you very much to everyone at Southmead Fire Station for an expert and fantastic evening!
Just a shame that someone decided to have a fire when we were about to mess around with hoses. Ah well, that’s another evening at the hut planned then!