Day 3 was our busiest yet with a jam packed schedule of activities. While half of us headed off on a kayak expedition, the rest of the group remained at camp and scaled the dizzy heights of the climbing wall. We learnt how to belay one another in teams and were able to progress our climbing skills with some even managing to tackle the purple route - the hardest on the whole wall!
After lunch we were either stone carving, green woodworking, forging toasting forks or silk screen printing our very own designs inspired by camp onto t-shirts. The cob oven was fired up for dinner and everyone got to make their own pizza with their favourite toppings which were then stone baked in the oven - delicious! We were fortunate enough to have some very special guests join us in the evening- Timmy the brown long eared bat, Nancy the Noctule bat and Peso the Pipistrelle. After the seeing the bats close up and learning lots about them from Chris the bat carer, we headed out on a dusk walk with our bat detectors to see and hear bats feeding along the hedgerows.
We returned back to the campfire and some delicious homemade crumble and custard for dessert before turning in for the night.