[ScoutLogo] 4th Newbury (St. Johns) Scout Group
Scout Outdoor Challenge Award
The Scout should take an active part in a residential experience, preferably camping, for at least eight nights.
During the event, they should take part in many of the following activities:

Help to pitch and strike your tent.Lead, or help to lead, a group of Scouts to set up a well-organised site. It should include sleeping tents, food and equipment stores, a fire or stove, kitchen and eating area.Prepare and light an open fire or set up a suitable stove.Use a fire or stove to prepare, cook and serve a meal safely.Understand the three points of the Countryside Code. Show what action you can take to follow the code.Find out why personal and campsite hygiene is important. What should you do to be hygienic?Build a simple pioneering project, object or camp gadgetExplore the environment of your camp and make sure you know where everything is.Respect the environment you are in and, at the end of the camp, leave the site as you found it.Find out what accidents and incidents can happen outdoors or during your camp. Show how you would deal with them.Show how to use an axe, saw or knife safely.Camp for at least eight nightsComplete 4 of the following tasks
Provide a service commitment to the site for about an hour.Take part in a wide game.Take part in a campfire or other entertainment.Working with others, successfully complete a two-hour activity or project.Plan a balanced menu for a short camp.Lead the cooking of a meal for the group.Show that you know the safety precautions for using lamps and stoves.Cook a backwoods meal with the group.Build a bivouac and sleep in it.Show how to pack a rucksack correctly, with appropriate kit for the camp or event.
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WilliamS9/8/169/8/169/8/1622/2/169/8/169/8/1622/1/179/8/163/7/179/8/169/8/16
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