Micro adventures

Friend and Crewroom Ambassador, Anna McNuff, is an adventure queen and has travelled to some amazing places on this planet. But, as Anna quite rightly points out, you don’t have to go far to have an adventure and she’s a big advocate of the micro adventure where, after work, you hop on a train or in a car with some pals, head to a part of our very own beautiful countryside and camp under the stars – quite literally!

Micro adventures

So, inspired by Anna’s energy and enthusiasm, our very own Production Manager – Sam Dawson – packed her bag and, along with a friend, headed down to the south coast.

Starting out at Weymouth, Sam and George walked the Purbeck Heritage Coast, past Osmington Mills before setting up camp near the Burning Cliffs.

Micro adventures

The stove was lit and a good old cuppa made whilst they took in the beautiful sunset. With sleeping bags at the ready, they settled down under the night sky to the soothing sounds of the sea. Sam said: “It was an amazing experience, although a bit scary at times but that’s probably because we shouldn’t have told each other so many ghost stories! It’s definitely something I’d do again, and I think it’s a great adventure for a bunch of friends to enjoy together.”

Micro adventures