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Our two Silver groups had excellent weather for their three-day ventures in Shropshire, during which, on their separate routes, they traversed Wenlock Edge, crossed the Long Mynd and visited the spectacular Stiperstones ridge.

 

  • The photos on the left shows Charlie, Zak, Maisie and Rose near Hope Bowdler,
  • The photos on the right shows Lottie, Riannon, Darcie and Rosella in the Hope Valley.

Following his successful expedition in Shropshire last month, Charlie Murrell has now completed his Silver Award. His volunteering was helping with the BB Junior Section, and he worked out at Energique gym for his physical activity. For his skill he chose to play side drum in the BB band, and he's now looking forward to tackling his Gold Award. Well done,

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