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    Akela's Proud Friday #1

    Wow! I am so proud of all the work that has gone on so far, some very busy Cubs! I have had so much fun looking at and reading about what you have all been up to. I have even been inspired to make my own rainbow. We have had 2 badges completed too this week, 1 artist and 1 digital citizen, very well done! Keep up the amazing work.

    Don't forget to checkout badges at home section on parent portal, I have added loads of resources to various badges for you to use or inspire you all.


    I am one very proud Akela!


    Cubs: Collectors Badge

    Hi Cubs

    See below some examples of Jennifer's collection as an example of what can be done for the Collectors badge.

    Jennifer collects Disney Pin badges

    Also the Questions to Answer:

    How long have you been collecting? - About 18 Years

    Why do you like collecting these items? - I love all things Disney and these are my little bit of Disney Magic




    Visit to Sikh Gurdwara

    Friday night the Cubs visited the Sikh Gurdwara as part of their World Faiths Badge.



    Cubs County Climbing Competition (Try saying that 5 times fast!)

    Saturday saw 11 of our Cubs take part in the annual Climbing Competition.  Well done to all for taking part. 



    Many Thanks to the companies who have donated Raffle prizes to the Group.

    The following companies have donated raffle prizes to the group.

    Complimentary Admission (2 Adults & 2 Children) - Northumberland Country Zoo - 


    4 Free Class Tickets - Dance City -


    Free Entry (2 Adults & 2 Children) - Adventure Valley -


    Family Pass (2 Adults & 3 Children) - Kirkley Hall Zoological Gardens -


    Family Day Pass - (2 Adults & 4 Children) - Howick Hall Gardens -


    Cullercoats to Whitley Bay Treasure Trail (Worth £6.99) - Treasure Trails -


    £30 Intu Voucher - Eldon Square -


    £50 Voucher - Experience Days -


    Home Barista Training Course - Pumphrey's Coffee -



    White 6's Travel guide & Recycled Elmer the Elephants

    Starter tonight was make a travel brochure with info about 4 different countries




    The Cubs also finished off their recycled Elmer the Elephants




    We let the Cubs out in the Snow,




    A call for Help Please....

    A call for Help Please....

    We have been made aware of a family with young children who have had to relocate at very short notice to the area. They are currently in Newcastle due to a family member receiving medical treatment at the Freeman Hospital. One of the team members from the Freeman has approached us with the above request.

    If you can help in any way with donation of the above items for the boys, please contact Jeanette Welch on 07984881709, or bring your items along next Friday to the church hall.

    Thank you for your help in advance.

    The Leaders.


    Lest We Forget

    Tonight the Cubs made Poppy's for Remembrance and were read the following poem

    I am not a badge of honour,

    I am not a racist smear,

    I am not a fashion statement,

    To be worn but once a year,

    I am not glorification

    Of conflict or of war.

    I am not a paper ornament

    A token,

    I am more.


    I am a loving memory,

    Of a father or a son,

    A permanent reminder

    Of each and every one.


    Im paper or enamel

    I’m old or shining new,

    I’m a way of saying thank you,

    To every one of you.

    I am a simple poppy

    A Reminder to you all





    Blyth Beach Trip

    Beavers, Cubs & Scouts enjoyed the trip to Blyth Beach.

    We collected rubbish for part of the Water Aid badge, and then shells, seaweed and beach bits for the Beavers collage competition.

    There was a sandcastle building competition!




    Team Games!  

    A great morning out!


    Blind Ropes & Bird Boxes

    A sunny Evening had the Cubs in Gardens Blindfolded and following a rope.



    Followed by Painting their bird & Butterfly Boxes from the previous week



    JOTT 2018 at Kielder

    We had a wonderful day up at Kielder. The Beavers, Cubs & Scouts enjoyed:

    Bell Boating on the water and taking a trip across the Lake, followed by games in the woods!

    A picnic lunch, then walking around to the Birds of Prey Centre.


    They all got the opportunity to hold an owl and play some games with the birds! 


        We all had the opportunity to see the birds in flight, and learn more about them! 

    Please see the Gallery for all the images of the day - more will be added by the Leaders over the coming days. 

    We hope you all had a lovely day. 

    The Leaders 


    Group Sport Relief Night

    We enjoyed a whole group night for Sport Relief. The group was split up into mixed ages and they did different activities. Everyone had fun and did well in their tasks! Thank you for all your donations to Sports Relief! 


    CONGRATULATIONS!!! Top Awards Presentation

    Congratulations to 4 of our Cubs & Scouts who attended the county award ceremony today and received their certificate's for their top awards.


    Kirkley Hall Zoo

    Beavers and Cubs visited Kirkley Hall Zoo as part of their Animal Carer badge.


    Team Building

    Team Building Challenges tonight! With some problem solving and more Youth Shaped  activities.



    Rover 100 Challenge

    When a scout comes to the end of their time at the group, they have the option to join Explorers (14-18), then network (18-25). These older sections are known as 'rovers'.

    2018 marks 100 years of rover scouting, so this year UK Network are taking part in challenges to celebrate this and remind us of the values rover scouting was founded on.

    January's challenge is to collect as many items as possible for a local food bank, and Newcastle Network have chosen Connect 25  to donate our items to.

    Connect25 Foodbank is based in Byker but supports people all over Newcastle. They are a group of volunteers delivering donations to the needy, believing that way is more dignified than people coming and queuing at a regular foodbank.

    We've set our sights on getting at least 100 items together, so I'm asking as many people as possible for donations of food to help with this!

    The things they have particularly asked for are:



    Long life milk

    Cooking sauces

    Spread (i.e. jam, chocolate spread etc.)

    Tinned meat


    Other things that they require are items with long dates, pasta, baked beans, dilute juice, tea, coffee.

    If you could check your cupboards for spare/unwanted stuff? Possibly add a couple of items to your weekly shop?

    Every donation wold be greatly appreciated, if they could be brought to a normal 82nd meeting and I'll take them to the foodbank.


    Many thanks in advance,


    Assistant Scout Leader



    Future Planning

    The Cubs made a start on the "You Shape" activities by remembering what they did last year in Cubs and enjoyed. 

    Going Forward we will be doing more of these activities and look to incorporate the ideas into this years programme.


    Cubs Climbing the walls

    The Cubs visit to the Vertigo climbing wall at Eldon Leisure and the Investiture of another 3 New members to the pack


    Cubs @ Halfords - Bike Repairs

    Wednesday night saw 8 Cubs visit Halfords to earn their Cyclist badge.


    Cubs go International

    Cubs Started with Chocolate Sparklers for Bonfire Night and then went through their International badgework including looking at some Mexican Day of the Dead activities.


    Residents Beware - The Cubs are here to Scare!

    Spooky goings on for the last night of the half term as the Cubs took part in their annual Night Walk all dressed up in Halloween gear.



    (Home) Safety First

    This Week following on from the opening task of making a structure using cocktail sticks and marshmallows the Cubs completed their Home Safety badge.



    The week After Camp - More S'mores

    For those who weren't at camp last week we gave a little taster of the camping experience by lighting a small fire and making smores.

    Also in the dark the Cubs practiced their tracking signs using glo-sticks.




    Final arrangements for camp

    Please click on the event Group Camp for final information about our Group Camp. Kit lists are included for information, but please feel free to ask any questions on Friday evening. 


    The Leaders 


    BBQ and AGM

    We had an excellent night on Saturday for the AGM and BBQ. Thank you to all who helped with the set up, raffle organisation, cake donations, doing the BBQ, organising the food and shopping, and manning the stalls! It was the speediest AGM we've ever held, and plenty of time was left for enjoying the food!


    Scorching Hot District Cub Camp

    This weekend 13 of our Cubs took part in the City of Newcastle District Cub camp at Dukeshouse Wood.

    Approx. 140 participants in total descended on the Hexham Campsite and in the blazing hot sun took part in activities such as Zip Wire, Abseiling, Laser battles & Archery.

    We will soon be uploading a gallery of the photos from Camp but for now here is the Cubs with Jennifer just after Scouts Own on Sunday morning.





    Fidgets, Mazes & Sports

    On Friday evening, whilst out in the church gardens, the Cubs made their very own fidget toys. made a ping pong ball maze and then completed parts of their Athletes badge. 



    Cubs Clean Up (the Church Gardens)

    As part of the Community Impact badge the Cubs have made a start on clearing the church gardens.


    Following a litter pick the Cubs set to work clearing the weeds from the paths.



    Cubs Prepare for JOTT

    The Cubs prepared for JOTT by working on their Navigator badge.


    Easter Show Time - 80 Years in the making

    If you're looking for something to do during the Easter Holidays then here is a suggestion.

    The Newcastle Gang Show is an annual Family Variety show put on by Scouts in the local area.

    Full of singing, dancing & comedy, the Newcastle Gang Show is 80 Years old this year making it the oldest running show of it's kind in the world.

    We will be performing at the Peoples Theatre in Heaton from Tuesday 18th April to Saturday 22nd April.

    Tickets details can be found here





    Down the Rabbit Hole, on an egg hunt

    In our last night before Easter the Cubs made themselves White Rabbit masks before taking a trip down the rabbit hole and into Wonderland (AKA outside). There they found themselves completing an Easter Egg hunt as well as taking part in activities such as Caterpillar Challenge, Pin the take on the White Rabbit, Get the tea bag (bean bag) into the Mad Hatters Cup (Bucket) and The Queen of Hearts Say's. Once complete they returned safely back through the rabbit hole in time to go home.





    Cubs Visit the Sikh Gurdwara

    Friday Night saw the Cubs visit the Sikh Gurdwara on the West Road as part of their World Faiths Badge.

    Many thanks to our brilliant Guide Cloud Singh who gave the Cubs a fantastic insight into the Sikh religion and to everyone at the temple who made the Cubs feel so welcome and fed us so well!


    Comic Relief - Cub Style

    The Cubs organised their very own cake sale for Comic Relief


    Along with the money raised from the 5-a-side tonight we raised a total of £61.10 for Comic Relief.




    Paper planes and 2 more New Cubs

    Tonight the Cubs designed there own paper planes and then threw them to see which one went the furthest.


    Also we welcomed a further 2 new youngsters into the worldwide Scouting family.



    Knot Boards, Shelters, Toasted Marshmallows & 2 New Cubs

    Tonight the Cubs had a full night which included Making Shelters and Knot Boards. This was followed by toasting some marshmallows over candles.

    And to round it all off we invested two new Cubs into the Pack.



    Cubs - 5 minutes to make something useful

    The cubs were given some elastic bands and garden canes and challenged to make something useful in just 5 minutes. Below Are the results.


    Beavers & Cubs - STRIKE!

    Tonight the Beavers and Cubs visited the bowling ally at Eldon Square for an hour of Bowling.

    A great time was had by all


    Cubs - What they do in the shadows

    All you need to do to entertain a Cub pack is turn off all the lights but one lamp and let their imaginations take over.


    Looking Forward - Chinese New Year,Planning the new year ahead & investing a New Cub

    Busy night tonight


    The Cubs made stained glass roosters to celebrate Chinese New Year


    Whilst Akela listed out this years activities


    And finally we invested a new Cub into the pack

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    Robin Hood Beware!

    Be warned, the Cubs now know how to make bows and arrows out of kebab skewers, string and electricians tape!

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    1st Night Back - Making towers from food

    Welcome back after the Christmas Holidays.

    The Cubs were set the task of building a tower out of spaghetti and marshmallows whilst Akela set the other leaders the task of trying out next weeks activity.


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    Unwanted Christmas Presents


    As Christmas is now out of the way we were wondering if anyone had any unwanted Christmas gifts that could be used as prizes for our raffles throughout the next year at the group.

    The raffles help the group raise funds to supplement cost of camping, buying resources for activities & badges.

    If you have any donations, please bring them along to the group.


    Thank You




    Local Knowledge Trip Through Town

    The Cubs and Scouts completed the Wor Jackie Treasure trail and visited the Castle Keep and Discovery Museum.


    In doing so they completed both Local Knowledge and Scientist badges


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    Bouncy Bouncy Cubs and Scouts

    A joint activity with the Cubs and Scouts at Extreme Trampoline on the West Road.

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    Children in Need - Bake Off

    The Cubs submitted 19 cakes for the Bake Off. All were fabulous as our Judges will testify.

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    And congratulations to our star baker

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    Congratulations - Silver Awards

    4 Cubs attended the County Awards Ceremony.


    Congratulations! The top award in Cubs!

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    This is Halloween

    Spooky goings on in Fenham the week before Halloween with the Cubs annual night walk

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    JOTA - Jamboree on the Air

    Six Cubs & two Scouts to part in the annual JOTA activity at House on the Hill.


    Whilst learning about amateur radio and how to use it they managed to converse with people in Portugal, Holland, Italy and Sunderland!


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    Cub100 - Thank You Event

    As part of the Cub100 celebrations we hosted a thank you event  for all ex-members of our Cub Pack.

    The Cubs got to meet and talk to ex leaders, including our first Akela Val, and ex cubs to find out how Cubs was in previous years.

    We also invested Six new Cubs into the pack.

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    Basketball - Eagles Win & so do we!

    Friday night saw us all off to the basketball to see the most successful sports team in the city!

    Not only did the Eagles maintain their unbeaten start to the new season but we made a total of £226.91 from the Bucket collections and Tombola.

    And if that's not all the Eagles have donated a signed ball and two sets of four tickets for future matches which will be raffled off at the Thanks Event on Friday.

    A great night was had with everyone enjoying the match and getting our photo taken with the team afterwards.





    Catapults & an Unusual way to knock over skittles

    Another fun night with the Cubs including using Mini Pioneering skills to make catapults and using tights on your head to knock over skittles.


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    Cubs get Wet and Wild in the Church Gardens

    A nice evening, some water balloons and a lot of water = lots of fun at Cubs

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    Cub100 Takeover at Kirkley Hall Zoo - For information only

    On Saturday 24th September Kirkley Hall Zoo are running an offer where a Cub in uniform can get free entry to the zoo with a paying adult.

    We are not running a trip for this event but if you wish to go along and join in the activities as a family you are more than welcome.


    Further details can be found by following the below link:



    Jennifer Taylor (Akela)




    Notice to Cubs - You may get wet!

    This Friday (16th September) (weather permitting) we plan on running some "it's a knockout" type water games during the Cub meeting.

    We will have an additional signing sheet on the night for you to give permission for your children to get wet.



    Cubs - Making dens & making Smores - All in a nights work

    What would it be like if you could bring part of the camp experience to a Cub night?


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    Welcome Back!

    Welcome back, we hope everyone has had a lovely summer break and looking forward to another great year. Beavers, Cubs &  Scouts start back on Friday 9th September, as always subs are due at the beginning of term, can we ask that these are paid promptly within the first four weeks of the term. Subs are £24 for the first child, £20 for second and £16 for third child and cheques need to be made payable to "82nd Newcastle Scout Group" with the name of your child/ren on the reverse.

    On Saturday 17th September we are holding our annual Barbeque in the church gardens 4pm - 8pm, tickets will be available on our first night back, go to the website for details of the ticket prices. This year we are incorporating our McMillan Coffee evening into the Barbeque so we will be asking for donations of cakes etc for a stall to be sold in aid of Macmillan.

    ​There is a County Badge weekend at Kielder, 28th - 30th September for Scouts only, this will ​be a water based activities weekend, working towards some water based activity badges. The cost for the this weekend is £70 which covers indoor accommodation, food and instructors. Places are likely to be limited so if your child would like to attend please let us know and we will need the full payment to book a place.

    We are now using our group website to promote and advertise events etc for the group and each section throughout the year. All forms and information will be able to be found on the website and we will regularly update with photos and blogs from each section. Please make a note of the website address and check regularly for updates and information"


    Group Scout Leader

    82nd Newcastle Scout Group


    Memories of Group Camp

    What happens at camp when the Kids don't know they are being filmed!



    100 Years Of Cubs - District trip to Beamish

    9 of our Cubs joined over 100 from across the city at Beamish to celebrate 100 years of Cubs.


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    Gallery coming soon with more photos of the day!


    Following the leader (or in this case a rope)

    What can you do with a lot of rope and some blindfolds??


    Blind rope trail in the church gardens!


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    Murder Mystery Walk @ Wylam

    It was a stormy night when the Cubs and Scout set out to solve a murder in Wylam.....

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    Today we spent our annual Jamboree on the Trail exploring Belsay Hall. We all had a lovely time and enjoyed exploring both the hall and the castle. We hope everyone had a lovely day with lovely weather.

    More photos available to see on our JOTT Gallery 













    Cake & Map Skills - All in a night @ the Cubs

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    But before we all ate the cake the Cubs worked on their Map skills ready for JOTT the next day

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    Cubs get Creative

    Cubs got their creative juices flowing with the musicians badge

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    and making clay models

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    Cubs @ Farm 2 Fork

    On Friday night the Cubs went to Tesco for a Farm to Fork session.

    Really interesting to find out where our food comes from and the Cubs really like the fish guts. (well some of them anyway)

    Many thanks to Dean at Tesco for showing us round and leading the session


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    1st Aid - Cubs Style

    Friday saw us taking the Cubs through the level 2 first aid badge.

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    Part Of the Gang!

    Members of the 82nd Newcastle Scout Group took part in this years Newcastle Gang Show.


    A show exclusively produced and staring Scouts and Guides from across the local area the Show was on at the Peoples Theatre for a week at the end of March, beginning of April.


    Rehearsals started in January and photo's from rehearsals can be found in the gallery section of the website.


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    Cubs100 - Pizza Party

    As part of the Cubs100 celebrations we held a pizza making party.

    Special thanks to Pizza Express for the hats and Scout Shops for the prize for the best pizza


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    Cubs100 (points)


    The aim of the game is to get 100 points of contact on the floor (with 19 Cubs!)

    Can you do the maths?


    These Cubs can



    The Cubs have their say

    We let some of the older Cubs loose to have their say. Here are the results


    Hi I am Ryan I like cubs because we do lots of fun activities.


    Hi my name is Jess I am 9 years old I like cubs because I get to see my friends , earn badges, dance and HAVE FUN !!!!!!!!!!!!


    Hi I'm Megan and I am 10 years old and I like Cubs because it's a place were you can go and play games with all your friends and most importantly HAVE FUN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


    Hi my name is Alan and I'm 10 years old and I like cubs because we go on camps and we HAVE FUN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


    Hi I'm Charlie and I'm 10 years old I like cubs because we get to do fun and exciting things like go to camps, earn badges, meet my friends and play fun games!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


    HI !!!!!!!!!!!! MY NAME IS LUKE #LLAMMA and I am 9 years old and I like cubs because I get to see my friends ,fun games ,go on camp and earn badges!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Hi my name is James I am 10 years old I like cubs because I can see my friends and play really fun games and I always have fun!

    Hi my name is Luke. I like Cubs because I get to see my friends every week, get great oppurtunities and learn new skills every week!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!






    Welcome to our first New Cubs in the Cub 100 Year

    Welcome to Cubs!

    Our first new Cubs of 2016!

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    Cubs Got Talent

    Well done to all contestants who took part.


    We certainly do have talent!


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    Fun with Boxes

    These boxes were used to deliver the new dining tent and were ready to be recycled.

    So we used our imagination and played some games with them first.


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    Cubs Swap Skills

    Tonight the Cubs took part in a Skill swap night.


    The Cubs split up into pairs and each taught a new skill to their partner.


    New skills included Violin, Trombone, Gymnastics, Dance, Sewing, Football skills & Chess


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    Kung Hei Fat Choi

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    Cubs build shelters for Snaggles

    This week, whilst working on the "our skills" and "teamwork" challenges the Cubs used mini pioneering to build shelters for the Cub mascot Snaggles.

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    Birthday Cake. Cub Scouts are 100 this year!

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    Happy 100th Birthday to Cubs!


    Our Cubs designed you a cake (and ate it!)

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    Jamboree on the Trail 2015

    Well after a dubious start with the weather, we enjoyed our Lookwide Walk for our annual Jamboree on the Trail. This walk retraced the steps to the very first Scout camp undertaken by Baden Powell in 1908.


    The cubs especially enjoyed celebrating James' 10th birthday with cake at the top and Kate was invested by Jennifer into the Cub section... welcome to the 82nd!


    Having all renewed our promises, we were all awarded our JOTT 18 badge by Carol.


    And enjoyed a slightly speedier downhill walk back to the car park!


    Hope you have now all warmed up!!


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