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Bentley Copse Activity Centre FROST CAMP


Approx. 500 Scouts, Explorer Scouts and Guides and Leaders camped at Bentley Copses’ Frost Camp which was held over the weekend of January 10-12 at Bentley Copse Activity Centre.

Scouts from 1st Oxted   joined Groups from Frimley Green & Mytchett, Godalming, Woking, Guildford West, Reigate, Farnborough, Leatherhead, Caterham, Dorking, Farnham, Guildford East and Haywards Heath enjoyed a weekend of activities which included Tree Climbing, a rotating climbing wall, caving complex, Jacobs ladder, wobbly pole, crate stacking, zip wire, archery, air rifle shooting, climbing and abseiling, bushcraft, laser tag but to name a few.

 In the evening there was a campfire and silent disco.

 Sam aged 12 a Scout from Oxted said “I have enjoyed frost camp because I have enjoyed being with my friends and making new friends”

 Nick Cann, Centre manager said “The event went well and all the Scouts, Guides and Explorer Scouts had a lot of fun as well as meeting new friends and gaining skills for life”.

Bentley Copse Activity Centre is owned and managed by Surrey Scouts. Adventure is at the core of Scouting.  The Scout Association passionately believes in helping their members fulfil their full physical, intellectual social and spiritual potentials by working in teams, learning by doing and thinking for themselves. The Centenary year will provide even more opportunities for members to do this, and to continue to take risks in a safe environment, and have their first taste of responsibility.

Over 200 activities are offered by Scouting around the UK, made possible by the efforts of 100,000 voluntary adult leaders. This has helped make Scouting the largest co-educational youth Movement in the country.

Adults working in Scouting contribute in excess of 364 million hours of voluntary work each year to their local communities.

The number of volunteers working for Scouting is bigger than the combined workforces of the BBC (24,000) and the Olympic Gamesmakers (70,000) put together.

Worldwide Scouting has 28 million Members both male and female and operates in nearly every country in the world.

For more information contact: 

Neil Wibberley,, (07748) 786721

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