Packed Lunch

Scouts will need to bring a packed lunch and some additional rations in their day bag. Packed lunches should be generous and include plenty to drink as scouts could be walking on a hot day. Scouts won't have access to any cooking facilities during the day.

Scouts should also bring some extra food as emergency rations, a mars bar, or kendal mint cake is ideal. 

It's important that scouts consume lots of calories as they will be on-the-go all of the day.

Dinner

Team leaders will purchase food on behalf of their team and this will be arranged on one of the planning nights. Scouts should all bring £5 to contribute to their evening meal and breakfast. 

Team leaders will organise the main meal (expedition food like these from Cotswolds are ideal) as scouts will only have access to a single pan and water at base camp. Team leaders will also source a dessert too.

Scouts will have details of their team leader and also a member of the leader team (to check on any special diet requirements) or in case there are any problems with food from the planning night.

Breakfast


The leader team will supply a light breakfast on the Sunday morning and some snacks as scouts clear camp.

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