10 months in the life of a 14th Scout in 3 mins

I can’t believe how much fun we’ve had this year – we started the year sleeping in caves 100m underground and finished the year 1000m up in Snowdonia, and have done a LOT in between!

Massive thanks to:
* the scouts for being great fun and having a brilliant scouting attitude
* the parents for supporting everything we do
* the leaders for making everything possible
* the exec committee for the behind-the-scenes work in keeping our group fantastic!

Check out this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NRfF0QVOHlo

Survival Camp


The scout troop spent a weekend surviving off the land – making fires, skinning rabbits, carving spoons, cooking without utensils, sleeping in shelters, making nettle tea & nettle string – and more.

Very impressively every single scout got 100% involved with skinning the rabbits, and sleeping in shelters, despite being somewhat out of anyone’s comfort zone.

Warning – these photos contain photos of scouts learning to skin rabbits.

I’m a Scout, Get me Out of Here!

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This weekend, the Beavers and the Cubs went camping in Bournemouth. They spent the weekend collecting stars by doing loads of exciting activities including; climbing, agility trail, low team challenges, backwoods cooking and much more. Some of the leaders even took part in Bushtucker Trials, which involved eating lots of creepy-crawlies.

Well done to everyone who came along!for website

Cubs Spring Term Round-up

It’s been a busy term for the Cubs. With three district competitions, a visit to St. Mary’s Football Stadium, Cubs Have Got Talent, The Great British Cub Quiz and a surprise trip to Scoops, there’s not been a dull moment!

District 6-a-side football runners up!


Our Cubs have earned a total of 140 badges this term, an average of 6 badges each, and all of the Cubs leaving us this term have earned their Chief Scout Silver Award! An amazing achievement.

Chief Scout Silver Awardees