Thursday Beavers

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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Read all about the amazing year we’ve had!

AGM Report 2017

A MASSIVE Thank You!

Click here for a slideshow of photos: Slideshow webM or here (same show different format) Slideshow MP4

 

Beaver Sleepover 2016 Photos

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View Beaver Sleepover pictures here:

http://www.20th.org.uk/?envira=beaver-sleepover-2016

easyfundraising

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

 

Beaver’s Personal Challenges

Beaver_PCWith St George’s Day on Saturday the focus of this week’s Beaver Colony meeting was around facing adversity, linked with the Beaver’s Personal Challenge badge.

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!

Beaver Space Night – Celebrating 30 Years of Beavers at 20th

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Shelterbox Thanks

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We’ve received a certificate and letter from Shelterbox regarding the fundraising we did earlier in the year. It’ll be pinned up at the Scout Hall later today 🙂

Alpaca Farm Visit

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We had a fantastic evening at Mayfield Valley Alpaca Farm last week. While the boys were able to feed many of the animals and hold a skunk the highlight of the evening was the extremely large pig going to the toilet in front of the boys…typical!

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