33 Beavers from our three colonies all had a fantastic Up up and away Sleepover held on 5th & 6th October 2019. The action started at Tangmere Aviation Museum where the beavers learnt about the history of the site, how a plane works, the different parts of a plane and looking at all the different planes and items the museum has on display. After lunch they walked to Oving Village Hall where the air activities continued, learning the phonetic alphabet, creating their own flying machine and much more. After dinner, we all sang a few campfire songs and watched the film ‘Planes’. After a few hours sleep the beaver were up early, excited for a morning full of activities include making and flying four different types of paper planes to complete the requirements for the air activities stage 1 badge.
Could you be our next volunteer treasurer? Ideally you’ll have some book keeping experience, however our current treasurer will show you the ropes and ensure a smooth hand over. I’ll need 2 or 3 hours per week to undertake admin from home, respond to emails and process payment. Plus occasional trips to the bank and 3 or 4 evening committee meetings per year. Interested? Contact Mark
An action packed day of fun and adventure for our 33 Beavers and 8 adults. Following a coach trip to Blackland Farm, near East Grinstead our beavers joined with over 700 others from across West Sussex. Rotating around four ‘zones’ the beavers have loads of activities to choose from. Adventure Zone: low ropes, tunneling, assault course, nightline, campfire cooking, sweet knots and a maze. Fun Zone: inflatable course, water fun, giant games, space hoppers, mop hockey and grass sledging. Explore Zone: bungee trampoline, archery, aeroball, boudling wall, climbing wall, cave bus, circus skills and scooter fun. Create and Do Zone: masks, fossil hunt, sublime science, key rings, scratch art, bead braclet, bubble madness and pom pom craft.
Below you’ll find our Annual Report & Accounts 2018-19, ahead of our AGM on Saturday 29th June. Limited printed copies of these documents will be available at the AGM, parents of members and supporters are encouraged to review these documents prior to the meeting.
225 camper nights, 168 badges achieved, 96 bananas, 70 young people, 37 volunteers, 12.6 kg of chicken, 10.5 kg of minced beef, 30 tents, nine World themed challenge bases, three amigos, a 3.30am wake up! and so much more adds up to one awesome Group Camp.
70 members plus family and friends attended this year’s Jamboree on the Trail hike. Meeting up at Kithurst Hill, participants had a choice of two circular routes; 6.5 km or 9 km, both taking in the stunning views across the downs.
This weekend twenty-four 1st Barnham Beavers joined up with over 100 other beavers for an out of this world experience at the Arundel and Littlehampton District Beaver Space Camp.
Blasting off from Littlehampton at 09:45 hrs on Saturday, the Space Beavers participated in various activities; space challenges, solar experiments, astronaut training and rocket launching, to name just a few. Thanks to some last minute support from the technical team at Mission Control the Space Beavers were able to establish a satellite link and thus watch the England vs Sweden FIFA World Cup match!
The Space Beaver’s shuttle took them closer to the Sun than planned! Despite the extreme heat, all successfully completed their space walk and returned to Earth on Sunday at 13:42 with only a few minor bumps and scrapes. To acknowledge their achievements, Captain Hedgehog presented all Space Beavers with the Space activity badge and special mission badge at a ceremony before being reunited with friends and family.
Thorough planning and preparation is essential for all Space Missions; our thanks go to Captain Hedgehog and her support crew for piloting another successfully beaver mission 🚀
A full download of onboard systems and files has been activated …. See entry log below, additional files will be uploaded following standard vetting procedures. 👨🏻🚀