David Allan: April 2016
Duke of Edinburgh's Award
We managed to find the best weather for our Silver and Gold practice expeditions during the Easter holidays. Waterproofs were not required on any of our four days out-of-doors! And, yes, the sun chose to shine for some of the time, giving us magnificent views from the Brecon Beacons!
Looking to Cribyn and Pen-y-Fan on the Gold expedition
On a steep ascent of Black Hill in the Black Mountains for the Silver expeditioners!
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