Residential TripsYear 6 - Edale - June 2017


Year 6 - Edale Residential Blog - June 2017

By Hayley C and Bethany B

To start with, we headed onto the coach, full of excitement as our adventures had just begun. Our coach ride was around two hours long but to all of us it seemed like FOREVER!! When we finally arrived on the bottom of the hill, we all were ready to walk up the hill and explore the place we would be staying at for the next couple of days. When we came into The Peak Centre, we had to go into the conservatory where we ate our lunch – nom, nom, nom.

It was the moment we had all been waiting for- the moment where we had all found out which room we would be sleeping in. It turned out we all had to make our own beds, which quite a lot of people struggled with!

After that, we went on the most exhausting walk in the world. It was POURING down with rain, while we were walking there was quite a lot of sheep and some other animals; because there was a lot of sheep there was piles and piles of poo. As there was rain and mud, we started to slip and slide and it became a muddy and dirty experience. After a long walk, we came back to the centre looking like we had a mud bath (technically we did). Then we had to change our wet and dirty clothes as they were so uncomfortable. Then… we relaxed and waited to be called for our dinner.

Finally, we were called for our dinner –YAY! Oliver and the boys were clicking their fingers to Miss Taylor  and saying ‘waitress’. Guess you are wondering what we ate?... PIZZA!!!! And jacket potatoes, with a choice of spaghetti or salad – it was delicious! After we had desert which was a marble cake and an option of custard with the cake.

After, we got split into two groups for circus skills.

Hopefully we will be able to upload some photos soon but we have been having difficulty getting Wi-Fi signal! 

Edale Weather

Edale, United Kingdom
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