Low Cost D of E Gold Residential??

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Crystalclearmagic
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Hi, (sorry no idea where this is strictly meant to go, so I've neded up putting it here )

Does anyone know of any low cost residential trips I could do for my Gold D of E?? I'll be 18 soon if there are any age limits to your suggestion.

Thanks for your help!
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Well i did mine at a childs camp, it cost £50 and i got free food, and a place to stay and also all i did really way play with children on the beach it was so good

this was at http://www.wickedlywonderful.com/home

but if your looking at even cheaper places or what to keep your options open you should check this webbie out
http://www.dofe.org/en/content/cms/d...s/residential/

^ its gives you all the opitions and website or numbers you can contact that defo do the dofe program (:
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(Original post by LoveZelda)
Well i did mine at a childs camp, it cost £50 and i got free food, and a place to stay and also all i did really way play with children on the beach it was so good

this was at http://www.wickedlywonderful.com/home

but if your looking at even cheaper places or what to keep your options open you should check this webbie out
http://www.dofe.org/en/content/cms/d...s/residential/

^ its gives you all the opitions and website or numbers you can contact that defo do the dofe program (:
Ooo ok, thanks for the advice!
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Charities, particularly smaller or local branches of charities!

Scout campsites will normally run residential projects where at most you'll pay for pitching your tent/staying in bunks, and food. Some will provide one or both of these for free in return for helping out though, so you can go away for a free week
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This is where i did it last year.. the only cost was travelling down to devon/cornwall (whichever you choose)

it was amazing and highly recommended!!!
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Where did you go sorry?
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(Original post by dobbie180)
This is where i did it last year.. the only cost was travelling down to devon/cornwall (whichever you choose)

it was amazing and highly recommended!!!
where did you go? i think you forgot to put the link
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Where did you go, the suspense is killing me
(Original post by dobbie180)
This is where i did it last year.. the only cost was travelling down to devon/cornwall (whichever you choose)

it was amazing and highly recommended!!!
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Me too, it was seven years ago but I'm still riveted.
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(Original post by dobbie180)
This is where i did it last year.. the only cost was travelling down to devon/cornwall (whichever you choose)

it was amazing and highly recommended!!!
Hey, what was the name of the place where you did your residential?
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