Operation "Mad Hatton-ers" was successful

The overriding response seemed to be "I'm actually enjoying this" when it came to the 1368 Bronze expeditions in October. It was a bit of a race against time to get them away before the expedition season closes (the nights draw in) but we did it, with 2 teams from 1368 undertaking their newly planned expedition route to test the existence of Warwickshire footpaths around Hatton. It just seemed to be about having fun camping with your friends. A nice shower or two on Saturday, but pretty lucky on the weather for Sunday and a really nice group of cadets, what's not to like.


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