Thanks to everyone who turned up at the AGM last night. We heard impressive stories from the Beaver, Cub and Scout Leaders. I think the Beavers took the prize for the most exciting activity – a trip to the local gliding club!
The Beaver, Cub and Scout leaders are currently working on the programme for this term. Details will be posted shortly but for the moment assume that the first meeting is likely to be in the week beginning the 10th of September. Sadly the hut won’t quite be ready for the start of term, but a lot of progress has been made.
As ever, if you’d like to get more involved with the Group and lend a hand at some meetings, the leaders would be very pleased to here from you.
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Mark the spot in your diary!
The Group AGM will be held at 7pm on Tuesday the 2nd of October.
As the new Scout Hut is not yet complete we will be holding it at Broomley First School.
Cubs always enjoy a visit to the woods. After building shelters and camp gadgets, they cooked themselves bread twists over an open fire. A great way to spend the evening.
This weekend the Cubs were treated to some Archery master-classes thanks to colleagues in Border Reiver Archers. If you look closely you might notice that some of the parents couldn’t resist having a go too…
The Group’s Annual Family Fun Day will be held at Broomley Grange on Saturday the 8th of July. All members, friends and family are welcome. For more details and to book a place, contact any of the Section Leaders.
Cubs (in high-vis jackets) set off on an evening hike around Stocksfield just as the sun goes down. They managed to track down frogspawn and tadpoles in pond en-route as well as every puddle that could be jumped in 🙂
The Scout Association is keen for people (within Scouting as well as outside it) to recognise that it is “Youth Shaped” – all about young people and adults working in partnership together. UK Scouting is focusing on February to really support young people and volunteers to embed this traditional part of Scouting into what we do and celebrate what are already good examples of Youth Shaped Scouting.
Groups are challenged to run a series of YouShape activities where the Beavers, Cubs and Scouts take a significant role in determining the programme. One way that sections can do this is to declaring it for everyone to see, by creating a pledge that both leaders and young people can sign up to.