Duke of Edinburgh Award Expedition 2019 - Main School - part II

The Duke of Edinburgh expedition for main school has gone well so far today. We set off nice and early and were waved off from school by Jenny, Geoff and Vicki!

We spent the day at Brockholes Nature Reserve where we completed a 3 hour walk.

We then stopped for lunch in the floating restaurant which was really nice. There hasn’t been too much rain thankfully.

Now we are off to Waddow Hall, Clitheroe for our overnight stay where we will be making our own beds and cooking our own tea!

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