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April 22nd, 2013

bram7bram6bram5bram4bram3bram2Here are some photos from our latest camp. More to follow.

Bird box building

April 21st, 2013

Building bird boxes is tricky! Some of us struggled to get the nails in.

Bird Box

Bird Box

Archery

April 21st, 2013

Archery was a great thing to do at camp. It isn’t as easy as it looks  on the olympics.

Robin Hood

Robin Hood

Climbing

April 21st, 2013

Goodness! That tower is high! Congratulations to all the youngsters that reached the top and a pat on the back for everyone else, your efforts should have got you there.

The smallest Beaver got all the way up too.

Mr Spiderman

Mr Spiderman

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Bramhope Group Camp

April 21st, 2013

Beavers, Cubs and Scouts have just returned from a weekend away. Everyone had a good time,  taking part in a variety of activities, archery, climbing and bird box building among others.

Have you ever tried to build a shelter with 7 other people tied to you? Very difficult!

Building a shelter

Building a shelter

 

Cub Investiture

December 3rd, 2012

Normally during the Cub meeting. Parents/Guardians, brothers and sisters, Grandparents along with friends and family members are very welcome to attend. Do remember your camera.
 
UNIFORM
Scouting is a uniformed organisation. The new Cub Scout should attend the investiture in uniform with the exception of a necker, woggle and badges. Beavers should be in full beaver uniform and hand their cub jumper to Akela at the beginning of the meet. The cub uniform is as follows:
Dark green long sleeved sweatshirt in the approved style incorporating the scout association’s logo on right sleeve. Group necker and woggle.
Official long blue activity trousers and dark footwear is preferred
The official Cub uniform sweatshirt may be obtained from Rawcliffes 17, Colliergate, York or from the Internet scout shops, www.scoutshops.com or www.glasgowscoutshop.org.uk
The group necker (not available from the shop) along with badges, handbook and woggle are supplied by the scout group. An investiture fee of £18 is charged to cover the cost of these .
 
BADGES
 
With certain exceptions. Cub scout badges are provided without further charge. The badges
presented at the investiture should be positioned as shown. These will include: Membership Badge, Group nametape, District and County badges.
 
The Cub Scout promise
 
The Cub Scout promise – To be recited during the ceremony.
I promise that I will do my best
To do my duty to God and to the Queen,
To help other people
And keep the Cub Scout Law

 

You can download the Cub badge positions HERE

Letter from the Queen

November 7th, 2012

  

Fire Lighting

September 16th, 2012

It can be tricky having to cook your own food at camp. Especially on a fire.

 

 

Playing a new game

March 24th, 2012

The Cubs have been learning how to play a new game. Each Cub is given a playing card, they have to remember the suit, if their suit is called out they move 1 place to the right. The winner is the Cub that gets back to their start place first.

 

North Yorkshire Moors Trip

March 17th, 2012

A good time was had by all the Cubs that attended the trip to the North Yorkshire Moors on Saturday. A couple of photos below.

        

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