CAFT Residential 23 - day 2

Our intrepid year 8 explorers woke up to their 2nd day of the residential visit to the Children’s Adventure Farm Trust. today and what a beautiful sunny day to be enjoying their adventure.

They have all had an amazing day.

They fed the farm animals, brushed the horses, walked the donkeys, chilled in the hangout, got messy in the mud kitchen and toasted marshmallows on the fire pit.

They enjoyed a lovely pizza and the most ginormous cookies and ice cream for tea, then had a water fight and chilled watching a movie.

Everyone will sleep well tonight!

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