County Beaver Scout Fun Day 2022

Date: 14th May 2022 Location: Wookey Hole, Wells

Here are the details for the 2022 County Beaver Scout Day Out at Wookey Hole on Saturday 14th May

Time:              Arrive for a 10am start – groups can be booked in at the main entrance from 9.30am.  The day will finish at 4.00pm

Cost:                £14.00 per Beaver which includes   a Beaver Day badge to wear on your uniform.  Leaders are free of charge at a ratio of 1:8 Beavers  but any additional leaders/young leaders will need to pay an admission fee of £14.00

Home Contact      All colony need to arrange their own in Touch system

All Beavers and leaders need to wear full uniform and/or a group t-shirt and scarf, bring a packed lunch, drink and coat.  There is time allocated to spend in the shop and a maximum of £5.00 spending money has been suggested.  First aid facilities are provided but it would be advisable to bring a small/travel kit with you to deal with any minor incidents.  Leaders will be responsible for the colony’s health forms , and should have them during the visit.

For more information about the attractions please visit   www.wookey.co.uk

If your Colony would like to join us at Wookey Hole on Saturday 14th May 2022,  please send the booking form (see below), and a group cheque covering the £14.00 cost for each Beaver (plus £14.00 for any extra adults/young leaders) by Saturday 30th April 2022  to:-

Tricia Sedgbeer – 2 Crown Lane Creech Heathfield, TAUNTON, TA3 5EU

Cheques should be made payable to Somerset County Scout Council..  Payments can also be made via BACS , Please email me for details.

If you have any questions or need further clarification please do not hesitate to contact me.

Tricia Sedgbeer
Deputy County Commissioner- Programme
S
omerset County Scouts

Tel:          01823.412258
Mob:        07528-748488
E-mail:    dccprogramme@somersetscouts.org.uk

Be prepared …fun …challenge …adventure

Wookey Hole, Wells

Put your phone down and what are you left with? Just teamwork, courage and the skills to succeed.’
Bear Grylls, Chief Scout Bear Grylls