Please look back through all the updates so far, some have had pictures added as we have been able to download camera's on our return. We will continue to add any new material - which doesn't replicate the contents so far, over the next few days. We hope you have enjoyed sharing our adventure with us!
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We are back! There's no place like home...
Today was Qaud biking and archery, more pictures to follow, but here's a flavour.
Monday Update 1
We are packing...
Sunday , final update
Campfire, till the sun goes down over Caythorpe...
Update 5 Sunday continues!
The Great Buggy Build...
Sunday Day 3
Who is that shady lady ?
And who are those dudes in the queue for dinner?
Update 2 Day 3 Sunday
The football club assembled for a quick match meeting...
"Now lads " said Mr James, " Watch carefully you may never see 5 nil at half time in your life - ever again; remember where you were!"
But it didn't sink in, the boys were still in a state of shock.
Update 1 Day 3
Whilst here the children experience a sensory trail, the world blacked out by with special goggles they rely on their senses and team work to find the way..,
Good morning Day 3!
We have slept!!
We are off to breakfast, the sun is shining and we are happy , rested and good to go :)
We are up dating the page as best we can "on location" and will continue to do so today. But if you haven't seen enough yet , there are lots more images still to share and we will continue to put them on the page when we get home.
The Greatest Merryn?
Day 2 Update 2
Given we were up a little early... We were ready for breakfast!
Day 2 Morning Campers!
Some, of Druid inclination,
spent this week's summer
solstice observing the sun rise over the ancient stones...
Others, of a more active disposition, travelled to PGL Caythorpe and opened their curtains at 4am, dressed and played top trumps to welcome the morn...
Up and raring to go after, all things considered, a relatively uneventful night.
Minimal homesickness', boys asleep before the girls!! And, unlike 2016 no one took a shower at 3am.
8am; breakfast soon, all rather hungry having been up a while - some for as long as four hours...
The Adventure Begins
Day 1 Friday 22nd June
Well it's gone midnight and it's been peaceful for some time now, so over and out for day 1.
All snuggled up,
ready for a story...
"Ooh it's just like Spain!
"All line up for the Billingborough shoe chucking competition!
Now find your shoes!
"Next" said the maths leader. "I want you all to make the biggest spiral."
"Now Mr Hipwell, can you find your way out?"
"Right" said Miss Reeder, "Everyone make a human sculpture!"
Choc ice and chips! Don't tell your Mum!
It took ages till tea time, but it was worth it!
And off we went! Bye everybody!
The bags are packed...
Teddy's on board.
We've bought the T - shirt.
Are we excited? Well just a little bit!
Click here for a virtual tour of Caythorpe Court.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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