Multi-Activity

for Cubs and Scouts

 

Spring weekends from £59+VAT

An inspirational outdoor experience

We know Cubs and Scouts love adventure, excitement, teamwork and fun; we do too.
That’s why we want you to get the most out of a weekend away with PGL.

You’ll find our Multi-Activity courses are everything you could wish for in an outdoor course. Your Cub or Scout group will enjoy personal and team challenges; the chance to try new things; the motivation to push a little further and achieve great things.

So how does it work?
We run two 1½ hour sessions, each morning and afternoon, offering a different activity that’s designed to challenge, motivate and energise your Cubs or Scouts.

We believe everyone should get maximum benefit from their course, so we provide more zip wires, more trapezes; more abseiling towers; in short, more of the activities we know your Cubs or Scouts will love.

It’s all about reaching further, achieving more and having fun with friends.

But of course it doesn’t stop there.

We’ve got lively evening entertainment sessions to enjoy at the end of a busy day. Whether it’s swapping stories around the campfire or a crazy session of ‘Wacky Races’, we can design a tailored evening programme that is sure to delight you and your group.

Or you could use time in the evening to work on diaries or badges. It’s entirely up to you.

Activities

Looking for adventure?
You’ve come to the right place!
You’ll find every kind of challenge here:
up-in-the sky;
down-on-the-ground.
Some in which they stay dry;
some in which they get muddy.
And of course, some where they can get very, very wet!

There are adrenalin rushes and initiative tests.
Chances to build confidence, push limits and support team-mates.

In fact we have more than 50 different adventure activities.
With every new challenge, they’ll be a trained, enthusiastic instructor who will support and encourage your Cubs or Scouts, bringing out the best in them.

It all adds up to fantastic, take-home memories that will last a lifetime.

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A typical itinerary for this course

Sample programme for a 3 day Multi-Activity weekend for Cubs and Scouts
  Day 1 Day 2 Day 3
Breakfast
09.00-10.30   High Ropes Course Canoeing
10.30-12.00   Archery Zip Wire
Lunch
14.00-15.30   Abseiling Giant Swing
15.30-17.00 Arrive and unpack Jacob's Ladder Quad Biking
Dinner
Evening Welcome and talent show / badge work Campfire Depart for home

Learning outcomes

You’ll see your Cubs and Scouts make progress with key skills in communication, leadership, problem solving and teamwork.

Facing and overcoming personal challenges helps with the support of their friends, leaders and our staff helps build confidence.

Working together in challenging environments improves their social awareness.

Each child learns to recognise the achievements of others by working as a team to reach their goals.

Initiative, self-reliance, responsibility and perseverance are just some of the qualities a Multi-Activity course will help improve.

Your Cubs and Scouts learn to appreciate the importance of health and physical fitness.

Barton Hall

Barton Hall

With views across to Torquay, our outdoor adventure camp stands at the heart of the English Riviera - there's plenty to discover!

Beam House

Beam House

This adventure camp in north Devon is the place to be if your Cubs and Scouts want to try out some surfing and bodyboarding on the sea!

Boreatton Park

Boreatton Park

Set in the stunning Shropshire countryside, there are acres of space for team games, lakes for watersports and plenty of adventure activities!

Caythorpe Court

Caythorpe Court

Located just ten miles from Grantham, there are over 65 acres of grounds full of exciting adventure activities for Cubs and Scouts.

Dalguise

Dalguise

For an outdoor adventure camp in the Scottish Highlands, our residential activity centre is an ideal destination for Cubs and Scouts. It’s packed full of fun!

Hillcrest

Hillcrest

Hillcrest is one of our smaller centres but its cosy atmosphere makes it an ideal venue for younger Cubs, who might be staying away for the first time.

Liddington

Liddington

Just 15 minutes from the M4, it’s easily accessible and once you there, it’s a beautiful countryside setting with acres of space to explore and enjoy.

Little Canada

Little Canada

Located on the banks of Wootton Creek, not far from the Fishbourne Ferry, there’s private access to the water, making it ideal for watersports.

Llwyn Filly

Llwyn Filly

A great location at the edge of the Brecon Beacons. There’s easy access to the mountains and some fantastic adventure activities to try.

Marchants Hill

Marchants Hill

For an adventure camp close to London, but with an away-from-it-all feel, Marchants Hill is the perfect setting, packed with adventure.

Osmington Bay

Osmington Bay

Located near Weymouth, this is an ideal venue for some watersports on the sea. The centre itself has spacious grounds to enjoy for Cubs and Scouts.

Tregoyd House

Tregoyd House

An exciting programme of adventure activities awaits your Cubs and Scouts at our centre at the heart of the Black Mountains in the Brecon Beacons.

Windmill Hill

Windmill Hill

Situated on the edge of the picturesque Sussex Downs, it’s an ideal destination for an outdoor adventure camp. There are plenty of activities to try out.

Winmarleigh Hall

Winmarleigh Hall

Close to the Forest of Bowland in north Lancashire, there are over 50 acres of grounds with lakes for watersports, sports pitches and lots of adventure!