Beavers and adults from 1st Haslemere and 1st Camelsdale joined more than 400 Beavers and leaders for an overnight camp held at Bentley Copse Activity Centre.

Over the weekend more than 50 activities were on offer including zip line, go karts, climbing, caving, bouncy castles, making large bubbles, giant games, target slingshot paintballing and an assault course.

In addition, they got to learn about rail safety with Network Rail, who brought their train set.

Denise Iverson, assistant county commissioner (Beaver Scouts), said: “It was great seeing all the children and leaders meeting new and old friends.”

Beaver Scouts are six to eight years old, the next section on from Squirrels which are four to six years old.

Finley, a Beaver Scout from Haslemere, said: “I liked the cave maze because there were lots of different ways out and the camp fire because there was lots of singing.”