While face-to-face Scouting is suspended due to the coronavirus, we will be sharing a range of suggested activities for our Beavers, Cubs and Scouts to give a go at home. So to avoid hearing ‘I’m bored’ every 30 seconds, encourage your child to learn new skills and have some fun in #TheGreatIndoors.
Parents of 1st Barnham Beavers, Cubs and Scouts, keep an eye on your emails or head over to our Scouting from home pages.
It’s October, the nights are drawing in and its starting to get a bit chilly. But it is never too cold for ICE CREAM!
This week our Cub Packs ventured down to Pinks Parlour, Bognor Regis, the home of freshly made Gelato Ice Cream. A big thank you to Little Miss Whippy (aka Georgia) and the team for teaching us how the gelato is made in the Ice Cream Lab, encouraging us to sample some new flavours before serving up a delicious treat of two scoops, a topping and a sauces for everyone 🍨
We have a feeling the Cubs and leaders will want to visit again soon!
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
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.