I'm taking my unit to see Wicked. The girls are paying their own travel costs (I am traveling anyway and it would be my normal weekly expense so I'm not taking that out of the unit funds). We are going ice skating and we are fundraising for those costs so all that want to ice skate will be covered - if they assisted at the fundraising event. We are then having dinner - McD's - after the event. I'm leaving it up to my parent helpers if they want a McD's and they can purchase it themselves. Again girls are fundraising for that part of their trip. I should point out that I am not paying for my theatre ticket that's subsidised from Unit fees. The parents who are helping however are more than happy to pay for their tickets and I had to get extra tickets because so many mums wanted to help. I didn't need any parent helpers. I spend £35 a week travelling on public transport to take my unit - 4 1/2 hour round trip. I claim no more than £50 - 100 of those costs back a year - it works out at over £1200 a guiding year. So, I think that for something like this trip it's reasonble that my ticket is subsidised by the unit - if it can afford it.