Flash floods, thunderbolts and lightening coupled with sunshine and short, sharp showers were extremely high on the weather forecast agenda for Edward Worlledge Primary's Year 5 annual trip to Whitwell Hall in Reepham this week.
Before having to evacuate the campsite due to the horrendous weather conditions, the children had enjoyed rifle shooting, pottery, t-shirt printing, boat building, campside food (served by Miss Goodwin and Miss Schindler, pictured), bat walks, scavenger hunts and nature trails.
A thoroughly enjoyable, yet exhausting trip, to Whitwell this year. It just goes to show, there's no such thing as bad weather, just bad clothing and the Worlledgers certainly proved that they are a hardy bunch whatever the weather!
An overwhelming Thank You to the children for their bravery during Thursday nights storm and to Mr Snowden, Miss Freestone and Mrs Dickeson who helped with the rescue effort!