Slough District Cub 100 Year Sixer and Seconder Camp By Slough Scouts on 05/10/2016 (updated 12/08/2021) In Cubs, District, Featured, News / 0 comments Slough District Sixer and Seconders had a fantastic camp at Dorneywood Camp Site We started off on Saturday morning tent pitching in the rain We then had lunch and started our bases to enable each Cub to gain the Outdoor Challenge Award. We were very lucky as the rain stopped for a few hours! We then collected wood and started to prepare our fires ready to cook our dinner The Cubs and Leaders did fantastically well as we achieved cooking, sausages, burgers, hash browns, bake beans and spaghetti on open fires in the rain! Once we had cleared up and washed up we then played quiz games as it was raining too hard to have our wide game outside It was then time for supper and bed! After a wet night we got up and prepared our fires ready to cook eggs, bacon, baked beans and spaghetti After this we went on our hike and returned for lunch We then took down wet tents, loaded the van, reflected on the camp and went home extremely tired but full of achievement at what we had accomplished in the rain! I would like to say a huge thank you to all Leaders, Young Leaders and Cubs who took part in the camp. You all did extremely well and should be very proud of yourselves!