IN PICTURES: Hemel Scout groups enjoy virtual camp during lockdown

Scout groups across Hemel have been very busy during lockdown switching to running online weekly sessions.

Wednesday, 3rd June 2020, 11:39 am
Updated Wednesday, 3rd June 2020, 11:40 am
Toby and Carys (Leverstock Green) made a camp flag

Last weekend the groups had their first ever Hemel Scouts virtual camp, 381 Beavers, Cubs, Scouts and Explorers aged five to 17 from across Hemel Hempstead took part and by the end there were nearly 400 taking part with young people from 13 different groups involved. They took part in online games and activities, helped cook meals and clean up and even enjoyed some campfire songs, all virtually. Read more: Hemel Scout groups enjoy virtual camp during lockdown

Toby and Carys (Leverstock Green) toasting marshmallows over a fire
Elsie (1st Apsley Beavers) with her lockdown essentials
Sara (4th Hemel) preparing a banana boat to go on the fire
Dylan (1st Apsley) preparing pizza
Flynn (1st Apsley) had dinner outside his tent
Poppy (1st Leverstock Green) with a bird feeder she made
He made a camp flag
Jake and Owen with their lockdown essentials
Fleur De Lis
Young person from Leverstock Green using a saw as part of the pioneering activity
Mia and George (4th Hemel) with their den flag
Katy and Leo (1st Apsley) toasting marshmallows
One of the members of 1st Hemel made a nature hat
Ben and Daniel sleeping on trampoline
Camp gadget