Today we woke up to glorious sunshine and dined alfresco on fluffy pancakes straight off the griddle full of fresh berries from the garden. After breakfast we got busy over at the forge making toasting forks for marshmallows. Another group headed to the willow circle to take part in a green woodworking session where they learned how to use tools including a shave horse, draw knife, bill hook, axe and mallet.
A late afternoon climbing session followed where everyone managed to scale the 6m west face of the tower to reach the top and were rewarded with a view across Truro to the cathedral. A cooking team got to work in the kitchen rustling up bangers & mash while a harvesting team picked raspberries for Eton Mess.
After dinner we were joined by very some very special guests - a Goshawk and a Barn Owl. We learned lots about these fascinating creatures and were fortunate enough to have the opportunity to experience Rocky the Barn Owl in flight. A campfire was lit and the toasting forks tested before some evening performances and turbo hot chocolates before bed time.