Beavers are the youngest section for anyone age 6 to 8 years old. We have two Colonies: Wednesday 6-7pm and Thursday 6-7pm.
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All 20th Beavers, Cubs, Scouts, Explorer Scouts and their family and friends are invited to take part in our sponsored walk to help us raise money to replace our minibus. Our target is £4000.
There are 5 routes to choose from, depending on how far you’d like to walk. All the routes are timed to finish at the Common Land on Common Lane at approximately 4.30pm. Obviously, a lot depends on how fast you walk!
There will be a BBQ and refreshments at the finish.
Everything you need to sign up is here: READ ME!
View Beaver Sleepover pictures here:
Do you shop online? Do it through easyfundraising and raise a free donation for the 20th every time you shop! More details here: http://www.20th.org.uk/?page_id=15704
Each Beaver was asked, with their parents, to decide upon a challenging activity they can complete over the next 4-6 weeks. The activity should relate to growing up and take a good degree of effort and time to complete.
This is a great opportunity for scouting to give the Beavers a boost in something he/she may need that extra impetus on.
The challenges the children are doing include learning to tie shoelaces, learning to ride a bike without stabilisers and learning several scales on the violin to name a few.
We’re looking forward to tracking these over the next few weeks and seeing how the Beaver’s get on!
[singlepic id=14073 w=320 h=240 float=none]On Saturday 13th of June 2015, around 40 members of Beavers, Cubs, Scout and Explorers ran a charity fund raising car wash, to help the Scouts in Nepal. in 6 hours we raised nearly £900, which is absolutely fantastic. A HUGE thank you to all who helped! And check out the gallery for more pics.
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What a fantastic night and what a fantastic effort. We made impromptu stretchers, rescued the casualties (though at least one suffered severe neck injuries during the evacuation!) and evacuated them to safety in an arduous trek through Burbage valley.
In addition, the boys have raised an amazing £343.90 + Gift Aid for Shelterbox and their work helping the people in Nepal. You can see the work Shelterbox are doing on their news page here.
The JustGiving site is still open for anyone still wanting to donate.
Don’t forget the group is also holding a car wash on Saturday 13th (details on the previous post), head down to help or get your car washed 🙂