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Go aboard the HMS Submarine Ocelot, HMS Cavalier and HMS Gannet.
HMS Submarine Ocelot, a real-life spy submarine. Launched in 1962, HMS Ocelot was the last Royal Navy warship built at Chatham.
HMS Cavalier. Built in 1944, HMS Cavalier served in the Arctic, Western Approaches and British Pacific Fleet before finally paying off at Chatham in 1972.
HMS Gannet. A sloop of the Victorian Royal Navy, HMS Gannet was built on the River Medway at Sheerness in 1878. Designed to patrol the world's oceans, she 'flew the flag' protecting British interests around the world.
There is a SOFT PLAY AREA which will only be available to Beavers due to age and height restrictions.
You can find out more about the ships mentioned above and lots more of attractions at the Chatham Historic Dockyard by visiting their website https://thedockyard.co.uk/
Apart from the Dockyard's attractions Gillingham Scouts will be bringing in some other activities including:
Renewal of Promises. This will take place at 1pm when everyone attending the event will come together to renew their Promise.
The cost for the day will be £12 per person which includes a woven badge.
Booking is required in advance using the flyer/consent form available from your leader. The booking/consent form and payment must be with leaders no later than 20th March 2020. A copy of the flyer/consent form can also be downloaded below.
The Dockyard have a strict rule that all young people need to walk around in Groups with adult supervision. Individual Groups will make their own arrangements about supervision and those attending will receive their final instruction about arrival and departure from their Leader.