The Remembrance Day Parade is a very important day for us. We Parade from our HQ to St. Edmunds Church and take part on the service, give thanks and remember those who lost their lives in order to save ours.
Our leaders are always looking for fun and adventurous things to do. From the climbing wall to rock climbing, hikes to swimathons - there is something for everyone.
Fun is at the centre of everything we are trying to achieve for our Cubs. Every meeting aims for be fun and enjoyable.
We aim to complete at least 2 badges per term. We have Activity badges which can often be completed in just 1 session, or we have Challenge badges which require more time and commitment. Often we work with older the Cubs so they can attain their Chief Scout Silver award - the highest achievement a Cub can receive.
Every year we go on a Troop summer camp, which includes all sections and Cubs are encouraged to come and join in. However, we also host an overnight Cub camp in our hut grounds at least once a year, where we put up our own tents, cook over campfires, sing songs, and play games.
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⚜ 25 April - Jubilee Preparations
⚜ 2 May - No Meeting
⚜ 9 May - Jubilee Preparations
⚜16 May - Hike
⚜ 23 May - Backward Cooking
⚜ 28 - 30 May - Group Camp
⚜ 6 June - Personal Safety
⚜ 13 June - Russ's Reptiles
⚜ 20 June - Tag Rugby
⚜ 27 June - Football
⚜ 4 July - Animal Care
⚜ 11 July - AGM
⚜ 18 July - Water Based Party