Day 13 at the 19th Bolton Centenary Camp

Today on camp we had another birthday. Today’s belonged to Joe Brennan, who turned 12. In the morning we did the annual commando course. It was a challenging course featuring crawling under tarps, swimming in the lake and climbing a rope ladder. In the end it was won by Otters patrol. After dominating the field they finished with a very impressive time of 9:18.

  
Before lunch, the semi-finals for the table tennis tournament were held. The competitors for this were Pierce, Guy, Jacob and Snape. After lunch there was some time for swimming and sunbathing, most people getting pushed in at least once.

Once tea was over the final of the table tennis tournament was played. Pierce was the victor.

The evening activity was a Wide Game of capture the TL. As usual Tom Howarth was caught first. To conclude August 6th we had cocoa very well made by Paul G and entertainment provided by Adam Whitmore & Benj Williamson.

Otter Patrol.

3 comments

    • Michaela F on August 7, 2015 at 1:51 pm

    Can’t believe how much energy you lot have? Chris, PLEASE leave that red top in Canada!!! It needs rehhoming and it will fit in really well over there. I am looking forward to hearing all your stories……. But not the washing! Love M xx

    • The Brennand's on August 7, 2015 at 2:52 pm

    Exciting tweeting keeping up with the table tennis – well done Pierce.
    The camp is nearing the end with a Grand finale ‘Whale watching’. Please don’t drop your cameras into the sea at the excitement of seeing the whales – we want to make sure we can share your experience when you get home, but PLEASE DO TAKE SOME PICTURES!!! not just the whales, some of yourselves too.
    Need another group picture to tide me over until Sunday please.
    Take care, Love to all The B’s xoxo

    • Panasa's on August 7, 2015 at 8:50 pm

    Can’t believe the camp is coming to an end .. Hope Manu you enjoy the whale watching . Take pictures if possible .
    See you on Sunday . Love mum , dad & Yash .

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