The youngsters were able to try many new and large activities that cannot be organised in groups or districts as well as being able to mix with cubs from other districts.
More than 150 activities were on offer including quad bikes, zip wire, bungee running and zorbing as well as smaller activities like making popcorn, firing water rockets and much more. As well as having fun and enjoying the activities on offer, many activities taught them skills for life.
Ali Tickett, organiser, said: “What a day – 2,700 cubs and leaders came to Hook Road Arena to celebrate just how brilliant being a cub scout is! Some activities were just for fun and other were a real challenge all supporting the fact that scouting helps young people develop skills for life.”