Summer Scout for Disadvantaged Youth II

Summer Scout for Disadvantaged Youth II took place between 29 July-2 August 2019 at the Cardfields Centre.


Summer Scout for Disadvantaged Youth II took place between 29 July-2 August 2019 at the Cardfields Centre. The programme was a success, with 25 children benefitting from the activities offered at the Summer Scout Camp. The Summer Scout Camp was realised with the financial support of Childhood Trust and Big Give in addition to private donors.    

 

The activities at the camp included cycling, hill walking, high ropes, camping, and activities around hobbies such as reading and creative writing. There were workshops on creative writing and inspirational talks, and day trips to local places to see. Sports activities like football, tennis and hiking also took place.

 

Prizes were handed out to participants that were successful at one of the activities. The participants spent quality time around nature away from screens engaged in meaningful and fun activities.

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