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Helping us towards a carbon neutral festival 

2nd-9th August 2025

Programme & Activities

To help you navigate around the festival some of our activity areas have been named after one of the top ten sustainable cities in the world.

We want everyone to enjoy the many experiences we have on offer, in a relaxed, friendly, and inclusive way. Participants will get a colour coded table showing where they need to be on each day (morning / afternoon) and only their subcamp colour will gain them access.

There will undoubtably be queues at some of our most popular activities, but there is plenty of time so we encourage our participants to relax and accept in some cases there will be short waiting times.

We will provide, for some of our larger activities, an arrival time to help manage throughput. Some like our tree tops experience will have a ticket as this has proved the best way to manage that area at previous events. Where tickets and times are needed these will be distributed out from the Subcamp Support Teams. 

So on any given day, our cities and areas will be open to those wearing the appropriate coloured subcamp neckerchief, with the addition of a time or ticket where appropriate.

Here's a taster of what to expect...


Target shooting, archery, tomahawks, nerf wars, electric carting, pedal carting, golf frisbee, zorbing.


Here you will find the Scouting & Guidings largest ball pit surrounded by an indoor inflatable fair including favourites such as wrecking ball, twister, wipe out and hungry hippos.

You will also have the opportunity to have your photo taken, perhaps with your new festival friends and have it placed on one of five subcamp mosaic walls. The walls made up of the thousands of festival participants will be displayed our our closing ceremony. 


Our unique, one of a kind, purpose built walk through world around us experience.


Seat belts on, crash helmets on, and take a ride in one of our festival 4x4 vehicles around our purpose built extreme off road course.

"GASP!"....Let the world breathe...


Explore our Global Action Scout Projects with leading environmental & sustainable organisations and charities including Scouts against Malaria, Botswana Elephant Project, Quest, Africa Adventures, Harambee street children project, Scouts & Guides go solar, Tide Turner Plastics, Champions for Nature, Lion Aid, Red Cross, WWF, Crises for Porchlight, MIND, Save the Children plus Global market place.


The Festival 2.5k Challenge taking on obstacles and maybe some colour and finishing with a little will need to bring some clothing your happy to get dirty..... 


Spin wall, traversing, climbing conundrums, climbing wall, abseiling, monkey bridge, crate stack, tree tops, extreme zip wire plus the mini and mighty bag jump.

San Francisco


The ever popular car driving experience, mountain biking, incredible purpose built WW1 trench experience, climbing wall, Land Rover mechanics' badge, military vehicles, quads, bushcraft and team challenges.


Daily programme at the 14-17 hub and then evening themed events and parties.

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