Teenagers get in a tangle
This teenager from St Peter s School, in Huntingdon, was all in a tangle as she was passed through a spider s web during an Outward Bound Association challenge day. The event, at Sawtry Community College, saw teams taking on a variety of challenges from t
This teenager from St Peter's School, in Huntingdon, was all in a tangle as she was passed through a spider's web during an Outward Bound Association challenge day.
The event, at Sawtry Community College, saw teams taking on a variety of challenges from traversing a river to negotiating a 'minefield'.
Jane Newton, chairman of the Cambs & Peterborough Outward Bound Association, said: "Outward Bound is a great way for children to develop their team work and interpersonal skills."
Children aged 13-18 took part in the activities.
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Mrs Newton added: "Fund-raising is also an important part of Outward Bound and our youngsters help out with things like bag-packing in supermarkets to help raise cash."
Outward Bound also sends some of its children on week-long adventure courses around the country.
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INFORMATION: Anyone interested in Outward Bound can contact Jane Newton, on 07763 121020, you can e-mail email@example.com or visit www.outwardbound.org