Saturday saw the arrival of Saxon Explorers and Network Unit at De Kluis. They spent the rest of the day settling in and dodging the rain that unfortunately seems to have made its way over. The next day they were up bright and early for a visit to Leuven. Here, they went bowling (where surprisingly my skills seems to have dramatically improved since last week, maybe there’s hope for going pro after all!). The group also visited the Scout and Guide Museum; built in an old church, it houses many different items from the 100+ year history of the Scouting movement. It was very interesting to see how it had changed over the years and to compare badges!


Monday called for a visit to Brussels and Brupack Park where they visited the world famous Atomium. It was a lovely sunny day and we could see its bright silver structure from miles away and had some amazing views from the top. Next, we had a whistle stop our around the whole of Europe, well, in miniature form. This rather impressive park has tiny models of famous building from every member state of the EU. The group were excited to see any structures they recognised, including some from close to home Bath.