Thank you to all the volunteers who helped clear the outside of the building in preperation for a safe return to scouting.
Following the Scout Association guidelines for a return to scouting we can meet outside with a maximum of 15 people.
As part of the preparation we asked our parents their thoughts on returning to Face to Face scouting which means that we hope to be able to return in September for all sections except Beavers which will review at October Half Term,
Covid 19 has not stopped us scouting and whilst we have not been able to meet Face To Face we have been offering Zoom meetings for all sections.
Beavers completed their International Badge, Lego Challenge and enjoyed team building games.
Cubs enjoyed made a cake in a mug and learnt water safety for their Personal Safety badge and the Codebusters escape rooms The Lost Diamond and Mystery of Winston Manor.
Scouts even lit fires at home and toasted marshmallows, thank you to the parents for supervising. They also had a Doughnut eating challenge thank you to Burns the Bread for the Doughnuts they were delicious.
Explorers as they were unable to go to London to take part in the Monopoly Run we ran a virtual game instead. They also enjoyed taking part in the Hogwarts Escape room and had a Minecraft evening.
We also arranged a virtual Drum work shop and an Army Wings virtual visit which was open to all sections.
The whole group took part in the Somerset County Virtual camp, camping in their own gardens and taking part in lots of activities.
The Cubs and Beavers went to Woodhouse Park Bristol for our Autumn camp taking part in lots of Adventurous activities from Archery, Low Ropes,Crate Stacking, Climbing, Fire lighting and lots more…
For Beavers it was the first time that they have been sleeping in tents taking part in the Damboree to encourage more Beavers to go camping,
With the help of Tesco Bags of Help donation we were able to purchase new tents and a Gas Griddle so we were able to take 40 young people on camp which we would not have been able to do without their help.
Our Cub and Beavers had an exciting sleepover at the National Maritime Aquarium in Plymouth. We learnt about the life on coral reefs and our local shores and had the opportunity to see lots of different animals from Sharks, Rays, … Continue reading →
Cubs, Scouts and our new Explorer section all got together for an action packed weekend at PGL Osmington Bay just before Easter. The weather was not kind but we all had lots of fun and made lots of memories.