An Amazing Cardboard Caving Experience for the 91st Bristol Scout Group

This year the 91st Bristol Scout Group are celebrating their Centenary and so are holding some exciting events and activities to mark the occasion!

One such recent exciting event was creating a Cardboard Caving experience for all their Beavers, Cubs and Scouts to enjoy, as well as other local Scouts, Rainbows, Brownies and Guides.

Led by Project Leader, Richard Tilley, the leaders of the 91st Bristol Scout Group and some local parents transformed Horfield Baptist Church’s Carey Hall into a tunnel and maze system created entirely out of cardboard.

Not only this, but the cardboard caving also included special features such as a ball pond, swinging Clifton Suspension Bridge, slide, maze and a ladder scramble!

As you can imagine, the project was no easy or quick task and took well over a week to complete, and scaffolding was also needed.

However, the completed cardboard caving was well worth the volunteers’ time and toil and the children had fantastic fun cardboard caving with the use of their head torches!

Several more special events and activities are planned by the 91st Bristol scout Group this year – watch this space!

For more information about the 91st Bristol Scout Group please visit http://www.91stbristol.org.uk/.

 

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