Kernow 2017 Day Six

Busy day with a lot of activities today. Morning started with the Polar sub camp flag break (different sub camp each day). At the ceremony Ollie Frost was presented with his Chief Scout Gold Award by the County Commissioner for Cornwall. A fantastic achievement making his dad very proud!

On to the day’s activities: Adventure Zone today with a huge number of things to do over 6 hours on site. Archery, shooting, quad biking, BMX, laser quest, climbing and abseiling to name just a few.

All the Scouts had an amazing action filled day taking part in over 20 different activities. 

The weather was much better with only the occasional shower and the sun even put in an appearance occasionally although we did have a few Scouts asking us what the big, warm, yellow ball in the sky actually was!
This evening the finals of the talent show saw Matt Tobin – our intrepid, multi-talented young leader (and hard working member of the Jamboree crew this week), take to the stage. Matt played his acoustic bass representing the support crew sub camp but was ably support by three of our Scouts playing inflatable instruments!

Unfortunately Matt didn’t win, but we suspect that was more to do with his slightly dodgy backing band rather than anything he did.

Finally we concluded our objective of giving everyone a camp nickname, some are more than slightly dubious although they continue to provide us with much merriment and entertainment.