What else? The new kayaks have proved to be a big hit, especially with Team Q. Here they on a sunny day on the river:
We had three Hampshire Autistic Society Short Breaks during the month offering a number of families the opportunity to take aprt in activities. Here's what one family had to say about it:
Just wanted to drop you a line and say what a phenomenal weekend we had, the kids loved every single minute from sleeping in the 'triangle' house, to getting drenched on the boat while you patiently discouraged our son from deliberately ramming the most expensive boat he could find.
Can... you please pass my thanks to the instructors who were without exception brilliantly patient and understanding. Every session was relaxed, great fun and really well run. The kids, who were a bit nervy about some of the things, were gently encouraged to do things they thought they could never do.
The best thing for us was to be able to do something as a group without having to keep explaining our son's behaviour to bemused bystanders.
Thanks for the brilliant experience.
QE2 Activity Centre had it's own Highland Games too, hosted by Zoe and Hamish. There was a programme of Haggis Wanging, Caber Toss, golf, Tug O'War and barrel rolling. Next up Winter Olympics.