Beavers, Cubs, Scouts, leaders and their families joined the Remembrance Sunday service at the war memorial in Stocksfield today. As well as the Scout Group, there was the Deputy Lieutenant (representing the Queen), representatives from the Parish Council, the Army, Veterans, the British Legion, the Police and the Girl Guides Association. The service was led by Philippa Harpin.
These photos capture the experience better than words can
This years Group Annual General Meeting will be held at the Scout Hut in Guessburn on Wednesday the 9th October, starting at 7.30 pm. All members of the Scout Group and their parents are very welcome.
- Apologies for absence
- Minutes – 27 June 2012
- Approval of the statement of accounts
- Nomination of Group Chairman and appointment of members of the Executive Committee)
- Appointment of sectional leaders to the Executive Committee (with the oral/written consent of the leaders concerned)
- To elect a Group Secretary
Mrs Helen Schooler has agreed to be nominated
- To elect a Group Treasurer
Mr Ben Mitchell has agreed to be nominated
- To appoint an auditor for the annual accounts
- To receive Group Scout Leader’s annual report (verbal)
- To receive the following sectional reports (verbal)
a. Scout Leader
b. Cub Leader
c. Beaver Leader
- New Hut – progress report
The stage is set as Hadrian District Scouts plans to hold its second Gang show in February 2014. Following on from last years success, the District is keen to hold a bigger and even better show. We want youngsters & leaders from all sections and groups to take part in the fun.
If you’re interested, please contact your section leader and let them know.
For the final meeting of the year, the Cubs went to Broomley Grange Adventure Centre. Under the watchful eye of the Centre’s instructors, Stocksfield’s cubs tested out the assault course and this zip wire.
The Scout Association recently published these 30 amazing facts about Scouts on its blog.
We have a provisional booking at Moor House Adventure Centre just outside Durham. We will be going from 3pm on Thursday the 29th of August to 10am on Sunday 1st September. See http://moor-house.org.uk/index.php for more details.
We will be camping and are planning a programme of exciting activities. This is a Scout activity centre so the activities are run by qualified staff. This will be our first time camping for four years and we are really excited about this and looking forward to teaching the cubs a range of new skills!
If your cub is interested in going the cost will be around £125 pounds. Can you please let John Walker know if your cub would like to go asap.
In the past some parents have come along to support their cub. If you feel you may want to do this please let John know, if you do come along it would be great if you could muck in and lend a hand. The cost for supporters would be £4.50 per day plus food. You will need your own tent.
More details will follow.
Beavers, Cubs and Scouts are helping deliver the Christmas post to residents in Stocksfield, Hedley, Mickley and Bywell. Special post boxes have been set up in the two Post Offices in Stocksfield. Cards are delivered each weekend in the run up to Christmas.