27 students travelled to the Cumbria Outdoors Hawse End Centre for an action-packed weekend of canoe rafting, ghyll scrambling, mountain trekking, teamwork games, rock climbing and bouldering. This residential is a historically popular visit at Formby High. The weather was kind, with the weather conditions being largely dry and settled. The accommodation was a home-from-home boarding house, and the students enjoyed having the run of the house to work together and socialise in the evenings. Mr Gallagher, trip leader, commented that the students were a real credit to the school, showing commitment in their teams and being determined to achieve the famous Hawse End house cup trophy. Mrs MacDunne’s team remain the undefeated champions, having won the cup again for a second year! Well done, Year 10! Follow our Geography Department Twitter account @FHSGeographers for more photographs of the visit.