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On a special camping trip in the Lake District, six teenagers from diverse backgrounds discover what it means to be British, as the divides between them are explored.
In the final part of the series the teenagers cook and set up camp for the night. In a heated campfire debate some of the children reveal how they wouldn't be able to mix with the others in their everyday lives.
During the series the group, who may never have met in ordinary circumstances, have worked with historian and social cohesion expert Dr Nick Barratt on a range of activities designed to help them discover what their national identity means.
Part of the series: Brit Camp