University dietetics group visits Cameron’s Cottage

The Winchester University Dietetics group visited Cameron’s Cottage recently for a spot of team building, cooking and getting closer to nature

Cameron's Cottage and RSPB Franchises Lodge nature reserve proved to be the ideal location for the group to enjoy some team building exercises; a blindfold trail communication game and walking on a slack line. They also spent time exploring the reserve listening and looking out for wildlife. The main focus of the trip howerver, was to use the open fire pit to develop menus for future groups to follow.

 

The group use the fire pit to create menus for future visitors to use


 

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