26 Jan 18

So for those people thinking about using the Eurostar for their trip – it was easy!

As a large party we were let through separately so as we not to hold other people up. We gave all the children their tickets to scan and collected them after.

We made it through the customs and passport control easily. One tip is to make sure your group have their passports before you go through the security checks as it will speed things up.  Remind them to take all their coats and phones out and put them into the trays at the security. A few of our group were given body scans and pat downs but it was mainly the adults!

We arrived with plenty of time to spare so as not to be rushed. We found plenty of seats as a train had just boarded. But be prepared to sit separately!

Hi from 1st St Neots Scout Group

29 Dec 17

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Hi there!

Let us introduce ourselves. We are from 1st St Neots Scout Group and we are looking forward to taking our group to Disneyland Paris in January with Venture Abroad!

The service that we have had so far has been brilliant – no question is too silly for the great team, and believe me, some of our questions have been silly.

We are taking 12 Scouts and 1 Cub and there will be 6 adults, so a good ratio for our first trip abroad. My mum and I are both Disney mad and veteran visitors at Disneyland Paris and we will be doing the blogging. We are Assistant Cub Leaders, and are joined by our Cub Leader, Chris, another Assistant Cub Leader, Claire, and Jo and Teresa who are parents and Exec Committee Members.

We look forward to sharing our fundraising and Disney adventures with you up to and during our trip.

Molly and Catherine