Last weekend 45 members of Wild Wolf Explorer Scout Unit travelled to the middle reaches of the River Thames to undergo training for Duke of Edinburgh expeditions this summer. We were lucky with the weather and had a great time on the water! We do all our DofE expeditions by canoe, and even though the … Continue reading Four things to know before doing your DofE expedition
This weekend a mixed group of Leaders and Explorers headed up to Wales for a weekend of canoeing. Despite having originally planned to take on some whitewater, a combination of high winds and high river levels forced us to abandon this plan and saw us instead honing our skills on the River Severn and Llangollen … Continue reading Canoes & Canals: a weekend in Wales
The Southern 50 challenge is a gruelling annual hiking competition which WWESU regularly enters teams for, with 30km, 50km and 50 mile routes there are different levels of challenge, but none of the routes could ever be called easy! On Friday, we arrived at Icknield College in Tring, the starting point of the hikes we … Continue reading Southern 50 Challenge 2019
Last Friday, a gaggle of 40-odd young people plus Leaders descended upon Scout Park. After piling into minibuses we all drove as speedily as possible up to the Peak District for a weekend of adventure and activity based at the Gradbach Scout Centre. After arriving on Friday evening at roughly 10pm, we quickly got settled … Continue reading Winter Camp 2019
The first morning on our trip to Snowdonia last weekend started with a lie in after our very late arrival the previous evening. After a fun yet frustrating struggle to fit all of the food and group kit in our bags, we all boarded the minibus to Sygun copper mine, where our walk started. At … Continue reading Cnicht 2018 – Wild Camping in November! ⛰️❄️⛺
Watch our video of the 2018 Wild Wolf ESU fireworks HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GUzOQTWbtw4 On Friday the 2nd of November, the Explorers and Leaders of Wild Wolf ESU began to gather at Scout Park, Bounds Green. The reason? The tenth annual Wild Wolf ESU community Fireworks display! With our sights firmly set on making this year's the … Continue reading Fireworks 2018 – 10 years in and still going strong…
A massive thank you to everyone who came along to this year's fireworks display! Will nearly 300 volunteers, 10 Scout groups involved, and over 4000 visitors, this year's fireworks display was our biggest yet, and the money raised will be endlessly helpful for supporting Wild Wolf's hardship fund! But did you enjoy it as much … Continue reading Fireworks 2018 Feedback
Our annual community fireworks display is today! All of us here at Wild Wolf ESU are very excited for our tenth display, which promises to be the best one yet – and we hope that you are too! To help you plan your visit, we’ve put together this handy guide of all the things you … Continue reading FIREWORKS 2018: Everything You Need To Know
Tickets are no longer available online, however there are still other ways to get your hand on tickets for the event!...
To all of us here at WWESU, our annual Fireworks display feels just moments away. Exactly one month from now, on Saturday 3rd of November, Scout Park will open its gates to the 4,000+ people who attend London Scouting's biggest and best fireworks display.