Eden Camp

On Monday 25th June we spent the day visiting Eden Camp.  During World War 2 Eden Camp was actually called Camp 83, it was a prisoner of war camp which was renamed Eden Camp due to the places which surrounded it.  During their time at the POW camp, the prisoners were treated well; this could not be said for all camps.During the day we explored the different themed huts in small groups to gain a greater insight into life during World War 2 Britain

We were able to experience part of the Blitz, an underwater U-Boat, see the fashions of the 1940s and walk along a wartime street.  Amongst the huts were a number of wartime vehicles for us to look at.

At the end of the day we stretched our legs on the Junior Assault Course.

It was a great day in the sun with everyone on their best behaviour.  Well done 5D!