Mersey Weaver Evening Visitor

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We welcome Mersey Weaver groups and units to use Queen Charlotte’s Wood for evening activities free of charge during the week.

If you are a non Mersey Weaver Group looking to make an evening booking, please book as a day or evening visitors here

Don’t forget if you want to use one of our two campfire circles, they must be pre-booked here:

Are you a member of the Scout Association or Mersey Weaver? Then you may be eligible for a discount! Make sure you have registered an account and if required, request the appropriate membership for your role.
To book/see the calendar for this resource, you must hold an Adult Appointment in Scouting or Girlguiding and have the appropriate permissions applied. Please log in if you are already a member or register an account.

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  1. Jessica

    QCW Beaver activities 2022

    Jessica (verified owner)

    QCW is a fantastic safe space for all kinds of Beaver games & learning. Our sleepover in February was a great success allowing many who hadn’t spent a night away from home the chance to step out of their (& their parents’ ) comfort zones. Having the Hideaway meant we had a shelter from the elements & didn’t have to bring the kitchen sink with us!

    The facilities at QCW (toilets, drinking water, campfire circle etc) also make it a super venue for Beaver weekday meetings. This year we have star gazed, team sported, tracked, scavenger hunted, lit fires, backwoods cooked, sung songs (with s’mores!), celebrated Chinese New Year, learnt about animal habitats, run joint evenings with other Colonies, let off steam & more.
    On Tuesday, the hottest day ever recorded in the UK, we were still able to go ahead with our games & party food night by keeping in the shade & spreading out the colony. During the ice pop break, a stoat made repeated appearances on the track eventually disappearing down the ravine. A discussion followed about what other animals might also use QCW once the noisy humans have gone home!🐿🐇🦊🦡🦉
    A new parent helper commented, “I had no idea this place existed; it’s an absolute gem. The trees, the open space, the varied terrain. Our kids are so lucky to have such a super place to explore & it’s local too.”

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