The past few months have been pretty busy for the team. Having taken the expedition on the road, we’ve been visiting a lot of local Scout units to share our expedition and the spirit of adventure it embodies. Through troop evenings and the ‘South Pole relay’ we’ve been excited to see the enthusiasm on the faces of Hampshire’s young people. From the H0014 jamboree at Buddens Scout Centre in August to teaching the Livingstone Troop at 3rd Portchester a few expedition tips in September; the team are looking forward to 2015 and getting out seeing more of you!
In the meantime, the team have recently been sighted training for their next challenge; either running along the muddy tracks of the new forest for hours on end, climbing the coastal cliffs of Swanage and Portland above raging seas or dragging car tyres up the seemingly endless Hampshire hills. A weekend doesn’t pass when the team aren’t pushing themselves to the limit. The question is, what are the team training for? Watch this space in the new year when the team will be launching their most extreme challenge so far, whilst raising money for our chosen charity; the Motor Neurone Disease Association.
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