I'm an out-and-about kind of guy.
I love getting muddy. Being outdoors. The sun on my face.
Some of my earliest childhood memories come from adventure weekends with the Cubs and Scouts.
I can still picture the tents. Ghost stories around campfires. Games of capture the flag, where we would raid the opposition base and bring back their flag. Crab football! Failing to master the knots 😩.
So, it was a BIG DEAL when the Scouts offered to put a treasure map to-the-test to see if it would get their official Seal of Approval.
A pack of Scouts took on our Brighton map, tackling the adventure on a grey, cold, wintery day.
But like a good Scout, the Brighton map was prepared. It's tough, durable and weather proof.
And the trail packs a lot in, with an adventure based around the magnificent Royal Pavilion and funky Gardner Street.
A few days later their report came back.We got it!
The Scouts gave our Brighton Pavilion Treasure Map their Seal of Approval.
The organisation, which every week helps almost half a million boys and girls develop skills for life, has endorsed our map!
So here it is. The Brighton Pavilion Treasure Map Trail.
Now with the Scouts' Seal of Approval.