Welcome to Cubs

The 3rd section of the Scouting journey

Everything you need to know about Cubs should be right here. Take a look around!

All our volunteer leaders are fully trained, have a current DBS, regularly refresh safeguarding and safety knowledge and hold a First Aid qualification. Find out more about our safeguarding procedures here.

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Beavers are young people aged 6 to 8 who:

  • Master new skills and try new things
  • Have fun and go on adventures
  • Make friends
  • Are curious about the world around them
  • Help others and make a difference, in their own communities and beyond

Every week, they gather in groups called Beaver Colony to take part in lots of interesting and challenging activities – achieving anything they set their minds to, and having lots of fun along the way.

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Adventures

  • Camping
  • Hikes
  • Sporting Activities
  • Climbing
  • Beaches
  • Games

Just to name a few

#Skills4Life

  • Cooking
  • Baking
  • Knots
  • New Sports
  • Drawing
  • Map Reading
  • Gardening
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The Promise is a simple way to help young people and adults keep the Fundamentals of Scouting in mind. The Promise is the commitment made by all Members as they join Scouting, promising to share the values of Scouting. It is therefore vital that every Member considers the Promise, and discusses its meaning before making the Promise and being invested into Scouting.

There are a number of variations of the Promise to reflect the range of faiths, beliefs and attitudes; and nationalities in the UK within Scouting. Each version is written to be appropriate to the broad level of understanding of each of the age groups within the Movement. We believe that this approach is inclusive. Celebrating and understanding difference, including difference in faiths and beliefs, is an important aspect of the educational and developmental side of Scouting.

The Beaver Scout Promise for members who are Humanist, Atheist or of no faith background

I promise to do my best to be kind and helpful and to love our world.

The Beaver Scout Promise for members who are Buddhist or Hindu

I promise to do my best to be kind and helpful and to love my Dharma.

The Beaver Scout Promise for members who are Christian, Jewish or Sikh

I promise to do my best to be kind and helpful and to love God.

The Beaver Scout Promise for members who are Muslim

I promise to do my best to be kind and helpful and to love Allah.

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Winter Uniform

Turquoise sweatshirt (£14.00)
Turquoise polo shirt (£12.50)
Navy Blue Activity Trousers (£18.00) or dark (school) trousers
All Terrain Activity Shoes (dark coloured) or school shoes
Group Neckerchief*
Cub Woogle*

Summer Uniform

Turquoise polo shirt (£12.50)
Group T-shirt (£10.00)
Turquoise polo shirt (£12.50)
Dark coloured shorts (Navy/Black)
Group Neckerchief*
Cub Woogle*

*(Provided by the Group)

Prices in brackets are correct as of November 2017 and are from our own Scout shop, 4 Adventurers, which supports our Group.

Badges are provided by the Group.

They will also be given a woggle to keep their neckerchief up. This will be in the colour of the six that they are in.

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Scouts processes the personal data of you (as a parent) and your child (including sensitive data) on our membership databases; this includes your data if you become a volunteer. This data’s shared between your local group and Scouts UK HQ.

Information Scouts holds about you and your child may include the following:

  • name and contact details
  • details of any youth badges and awards
  • details of Scouts events and activities you’ve taken part in
  • details of next of kin or parents details (in the case of youth
    members)
  • age/date of birth
  • details of any health conditions
  • details about your role(s) in Scouts

Further optional personal data may also be processed to assist Scouts in monitoring its impact, such as:

  • race or ethnic background and native languages
  • religion
  • nationality

For further details and a full list of what personal data’s processed, why it’s processed and for how long, please visit the Scouts HQ Data Protection Policy and the data privacy policy of your local group.

We know everyone has a skill, hobby or interest we can use at Scouts and anytime you can offer to help out is awesome. You can volunteer as little or as much as you like, we’re super flexible.

Interested?

Speak to one of the leaders about the different tasks we need support with at each meeting. If you could help us out once or twice a term, it’ll make a big difference.

 

Not sure where that latest badge goes that your young person has just earned? Below is a handy guide for the placement of all the badges they could earn.

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Meet the team

Ian

Cub Scout Leader

Max

Active Support

Andy

Assistant Cub Scout Leader

Russell

Active Support

Jack

Active Support

Kaz

Active Support