On a rainy evening, camp was pitched, the zip-wire was recommissioned and a fire was lit.
Fish and chips were enjoyed with a steaming mug of tea as the rain beat down on TBHQ's tin roof.
The weather didn't dampen our spirits and after tea we did some fire lighting followed by games of Lurgie and rounders.
In the night Matt reported hearing a growling beast near the tents and he heroically locked himself in his Land Rover until the danger had passed - in the morning, investigation revealed no clues as to the identity of the creature.
Breakfast was cooked on an open fire before decamping by 09:00.
Well done girls for organising the event and for showing resilience in challenging conditions. Thanks to parents for supporting.