SUMMER CAMP 2018
ANCHOR BOYS SUMMER TRIP
Another successful summer camp kicked off at the end of June, with destination one being an overnight stay at Coniston followed by 7 nights at the BB residential centre at Kirkham. The 8 days away - probably the warmest since Direlton 1984 - included paintballing, gorge walking, the thrills of the roller coasters at Blackpool Pleasure Beach, the slides at the Sandcastle Waterpark and the escape room challenge at ClueHQ. And on top of that there was football, basketball, cricket, softball and for some a paddle in the sea at St Annes.
A great week had by the 18 boys in attendance - here's to 2019!!
A selction pictures opposite - more available on our facebook page.
Anchor Boys annual summer trip headed to Blair Drummond Safari Park and thanks to some exceptional weather, a great time was had - all resplendent in their special edition Anchors t-shrits.
Thirteen boys attended and they got to see lots of animals, including a baby rhino, a monkey taking a short cut across our minibus, and a bird of prey demonstration. The boys also explored the adventure fort, and took ownership of the climbing frame. The giant slide also proved popular and an impromptu water fight helped everyone cool down on what was an exceptional day with the thermometer topping 26c.
And the day was rounded off by a visit to the gift shop for some souvenir buying!!
DOUBLE DELIGHT AT DISTRICT 5s
Springburn District 5-a-sides took place on Friday 1 June at The Leisuredrome, and the 212th were well represented with two teams in both the Junior Section & Company/Senior Section tournaments.
The Junior Section "A" team won all their matches claiming the Junior title.
And against form the Company/Senior "B" team replicated the success of their Junior compatriots winning their tournament.
Well done to all the boys who participated on the night.
JUNIOR SECTION CAMP 2018
In a change of destination, Junior Section headed north to the Cairngorms for their annual camp over the weekend of 18-20 May 2018.
Staying at the Cairngorm Christian Centre, and handily paced to enjoy the multitude of activities and atrractions available in the National Park, the 18 boys and 5 officers enjoyed a jam-packed weekend, which included a day out at Landmark Forest Adventure Park in Carrbridge, swimming at the Aviemore Centre and paddle boarding on Loch Insh. And of course, not forgetting a few games of bingo on Saturday night.
A great time was hadby all and a return visit is already being planned for 2019.
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