Cherokee and Arapaho Cubs have had a brilliant weekend at Raywell taking part in the Humberside County Cub 100 camp.

In total 500 Cubs took part in an action packed weekend full of activities and challenges, including Mop Hockey, Human Battleships, Giant outdoor games, Trampolines, Coconut shy, Bug Treasure Hunt, Backwoods cooking, Pedal Karts, Pioneering, Shooting, Beat the Goalie, Black Sheep Combat, Pizzas, Archery, Scavenger Hunt, Zip Wire, Agility course, Gladiator inflatable, Bungee run inflatable, Beetle Drive, Straw Maze, Caving, Climbing, Tight rope, Obstacle course, Circus Skills as well as many different crafts and puzzles.

The Cubs were split into four sub camps, Grasshoppers, Bumble Bees, Snails and Spiders – which Hessle were part of.  Saturday night at the campfire was a full house with some brilliant singing from everyone, whilst Sunday night was film night.  Three nights was the longest that the Cubs had camped before, and they all survived, even if was a bit chilly for the end of May.

A big thank you to all the leaders from Hessle, Blacktoft Beacon District and Humberside County that made the event possible.