Cub Scout Leader
The Cub Section meets on a Monday night 6.30 to 8pm and has a varied weekly programme which provides the cubs with opportunities to complete the many activities, staged and challenge Badges on offer. Cubs are also encouraged to work towards their activity badges at home where they have a specific interest. The Pack run 3 camps each year which usually include a weekend indoor, a weekend outdoor and a week away at the start of the summer holidays during which the Cubs learn new skills and try challenging activities.
As the Young People grow older they are encouraged to develop their leadership skills by becoming Seconders and Sixers who become responsible for looking after their ‘Six’.
Cub Scouting is not all work as the major ingredient is to have fun which includes playing lots of games!
Joining the Cub Scouts
The Cub Scout section caters for youngsters aged 8 to 10 and-a-half years old. A youngster may join directly or transfer from the Beaver Colony and will generally transfer into the Scout Troop at 10 and-a-half."Subs" of £40 are collected at the beginning of each term, this includes the capitation fee that is payable annually by the group to The Scout Association. Please contact if your child is interested in joining.