Easter camp is one of the biggest yearly events on the WWESU calendar, after fireworks and summer camp. This year seemed pretty summery, though, as we had been lucky to get the most gorgeous weather last weekend as we headed off to one of the Unit's favourite destinations- Snowdonia! Thursday Thursday evening the motley crew … Continue reading An eggcellent Easter in Snowdonia
At 5:30pm on Wednesday the 18th of July the Explorers and Leaders of Wild Wolf ESU gathered for the (second!) most fantastic event in the Wild Wolf calendar - our Birthday BBQ! This event really puts the Wild in Wild Wolf - it involves legendary parties long into the night, and -- ...Just kidding; the … Continue reading Our 9th Birthday BBQ!
Over the last few days, some of our Explorers have been celebrating their post-GCSE freedom with an entirely youth-led camp in Dorset. Check out their blog post below: On Wednesday evening we met for Explorers as usual. Once the meeting had finished and all the equipment had been packed away, us five (Lawrence, Jonah, Max, … Continue reading Camping by the Coast: a Post-Exam Celebration
What comes to mind when you think of Easter? Bunnies, too much chocolate, a few treasured days off work? Well, our Easter weekend was spent up in the Lake District, tackling activities such as sailing, canoeing, hiking and outdoor climbing. Thursday evening saw us heading up the M1 (along with what felt like half of … Continue reading Life in the Lakes: Easter Camp
Last week our Explorer Scout Leader headed to Scotland for a week of winter mountaineering on Ben Nevis and the Mamores with friends from our District's Network: We had managed to get return tickets for £45 each and we were staying at Glen Nevis Youth Hostel just outside Fort William - perfectly located at the … Continue reading Ice Climbing in Scotland
Last weekend nearly 40 members of Wild Wolf ESU and 15th Wood Green Scout Group headed to the Peak District to take over a youth hostel and go hiking. The young people report: On Friday we packed our stuff on the mini buses and started our trip. We arrived at the hostel that at first … Continue reading A Snowy Weekend Away
North London Network, composed largely of ex-Wild Wolf Explorers took 13 members climbing on the Jurassic Coast last weekend. The idea for this climbing camp was born last year during indoor climbing sessions at the Castle and Scout Park when we realised there was a demand from the Networkers to get outdoors and do some more … Continue reading Network Climbing Trip