Cubs

Cubs is the next stage of Scouting, for young people aged between 8 and 10½ years old.  There are loads of fun things that you can do as a Cub Scout, and you’ll get a chance to try lots of different activities like camping, kayaking, music, exploring, computing and archery.

Our Cub Pack meets on Wednesdays from 6.30 pm to 8.00pm at Colville School.

News

Group environmental project and AGM day.

Scouts Blog : July 21, 2019 : Beavers, Cubs, Scouts

on the 7th of july the 27th scout group did an environmental project day in which there was 3 different activities.

1. A litter-picking session,

2. a church clean up and hedgehog home making session and

3. A garden makeover.

I was part of the garden makeover.

Before makeover, the whole garden, a bush

When we saw that we were meant to level this, i’m sure a few of us felt a little disheartened. But does that stop the 27th scouts? No it doesn’t. So we set of on the 2 hour makeover and sure enough, we started to make good progress. Discovering a part of the garden that had probably not seen sunlight for the better part of 3 years was interesting as there was a long forgotten water butt and a packet of unopened magic stars that were long out of date. Also, we had a little competition, Who can find the weirdest thing? Ranking 1st came a bird table which had been swallowed up by the bush. Ranking 2nd was a thermal jacket.

After about an hour we had finished a little more than half the garden and we were feeling proud. And for some reason, we were asked to keep the bush at the back of the garden. So we decided to keep it in style, we gave it a bowl cut (no bowls used). Soon we found that our Madingley Mulch cutting bags were full, so we did what was necessary and jumped on them. At the end of the session it was impossible to recognise the garden as it was before and we were ready for the AGM (annual group meeting) barbecue.

After the garden makeover:

Written by: Gabriel

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Website admin : September 23, 2015 : Beavers, Cubs, Scouts

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Cub Diary Dates

Sue Fanning : September 1, 2015 : Cubs

18 October 2015      Singing in aid of Scope and 27th Cub Pack, Tesco Fulbourn, 1pm – 3pm

8 November 2015    Remembrance Sunday, St Andrew’s Church, – all sections and families welcome 2.45 for 3pm

28 November 2015 District Cub Night Hike 6pm – 9pm, 11/9th HQ, Newnham

1 December 2015   27th Cambridge Scout Group Christmas Bingo and Secret auction

6 December 2015   Cubs District Christmas Party, 3pm – 6pm

27/28 2016 February 2016 Indoor Cub Camp, 11/9th HQ Newnhan, £15

10/11/12 June 2016 District County Cub Camp, Lode involving up to 1,400 Cubs in the County – a great fun weekend full of activities

 

 

 

Christmas Bingo

Website admin : November 19, 2014 : Beavers, Cubs, Scouts

This year’s Christmas Bingo will be on Tuesday 2nd December 2014 for all 3 sections. This is a Tuesday night, and will replace Beavers and Scouts and there will be no Cubs on Wednesday 3rd December 2014.

Come along and play, all welcome, bring the whole family. There will also be a raffle on the evening. There will be lots of prizes. If any parents can help set up and clear down on the night please speak to your section Leader. Your help will be appreciated. Otherwise please come on down, sit back, relax – maybe even win a line or two.

The evening will be made up of 4 games of Bingo from 6.30 -7.30 followed by the raffle at 7.45pm. Refreshments will be available all evening. This is a change of format as we found that the younger ones were missing out on some of the fun.

There is no need to purchase tickets in advance, these will be available on the night and will cost £1 a book for 4 games. Raffle tickets will be available until 7.40pm.

Please see the flyer for further details.

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