Edinburgh Big Beach Weekend - WESC9

08 - 10 May, Scoughall , P5 - S3, £52.00
Accompanied travel: Edinburgh

The Edinburgh Big Beach Weekend is going to be amazing!

If you are in P5-S3 why not come and join us at Scoughall, SU Scotland’s centre by the seaside, near North Berwick, with loads of outdoor activities and a huge beach!

It’ll be an exciting weekend full of fun, sun (we hope!), exciting Bible teaching, and activities including: Archery, Assault Course, Aerial Runway, Group Challenges, Inflatables, Crafts, Trampoline, Football and fun on the beach.

The event is led by Angus Moyes with help from a team of accredited SU Scotland volunteers from Edinburgh, including SU Group leaders.

Accommodation will be girls inside the centre and boys in tents. Travel will be from Edinburgh on the Friday around 6pm and will return to Edinburgh around 3.30pm on the Sunday.


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What can you do here?

  • Aerial Runway
  • Archery
  • Crafts
  • Inflatables
  • Sports and Games
  • Trampoline
  • Assault Course (1)
What's the location like?

A great place for all a seaside holiday has to offer - fabulous activities… sunny east coast… campfires on the beach…loads of outdoor fun!

What's Outside?

For starters there is an absolutely massive beach. The campsite is very close to the sea, so there are bucket-loads of things to do on the beach. There’s also plenty of space around Scoughall for all sorts of fun and games – biking, archery, aerial runway, climbing wall…

What’s inside?

A games hall and games room with pool, table tennis and table football. There’s also a meeting room inside, along with some sleeping accommodation, the dining room, kitchen, toilets and showers. So this really is camping with the best of both worlds. Enjoy the outdoor life, the sand dunes, the beach, the wide open space, then relax indoors for meals and evening meeting times. And even if it is wet, there is still plenty to do inside!

Where is it?

One of Scotland’s sunniest spots. Scoughall (pronounced “skole”) is in East Lothian, not far from North Berwick.