Posted by Andrew Breslin | Posted in Cub News | Posted on 29-03-2017
The Cub County Hike is on this Sunday, 2nd April. We’re walking in the Killarney National Park. A place of ancient forests and more wildlife than you can shake a tent pole at. Tiny lizards you can sometimes see sunning on rocks, native Kerry cows, shy deer all over the place. We might be lucky and see the eagles that nest on the islands.
Departing: Frankfield church. Please drop off your cubs at 8.10am on the left side section of car-park.
Returning: Expect us back in Frankfield by 4pm. Keep an eye on Facebook for updates.
What must they have:
Sixers / Seconders only: Bring a small note book and pen.
1) A good breakfast before leaving home.
2) Boots or walking shoes.
Please no walking in trainers, they just soak up water like sponges. A wet cub is an unhappy cub!
3) Trainers and spare socks in a separate bag to change into for trip home, these can be left on the bus.
4) Rain coat and waterproof pull ups, even if the sun is out. Long range weather forecast is reasonable for the day, but that is changeable.
5) A good packed lunch with plenty of water.
6) Please don’t let your cub bring any tech eg phones. Leaders will not take responsibility for lost items.