For some time our Barnham and Walberton Beaver Colonies have been running at maximum capacity – both have a waiting list of children already of age waiting to join – in particular Barnham Beavers where spaces are allocated for the next 18 months!
So our solution to this challenge is to open a third beaver colony.
On Wednesday 6th June we will be holding an open evening for those on the waiting list and anyone else interested in joining (must be 6 years old by September) or volunteering with the new colony.
It will be called ‘Eastergate Beaver Colony’ and meet on Wednesdays at St Philip Howard School, Barnham. Once fully established this group will offer a similar programme of activities to the other two colonies, with a number of joint activities throughout the year – like Barnham and Walberton Beavers already do.
Interested in your child joining? Please complete our join enquiry form and select ‘Eastergate Beavers’
We have enrolled in the Amazon Smile giving scheme. Start each shopping session at the URL https://smile.amazon.co.uk, and Amazon will donate 0.5% of the net purchase price (excluding VAT, returns and shipping fees) of your eligible purchases.
You’ll need to search for ‘1st Barnham Scout Group’ when visiting smile.amazon.co.uk for the first time.
Shop online else where? Start your shopping session at The Giving Machine to raise free donations for 1st Barnham (2000+ participating retailers).
Building dens is a real treat when you are a child, and even more fun when you are an adult! We need you to come along to Beavers or Cubs and support our young people. Not just to build dens, but help do map work, craft, walking, camping and make stuff from bits of wood (we call that pioneering). What we need is an extra pair of hands to help the leaders provide these fantastic activities. Interested? Contact Mark email@example.com
Take a look at our WS2017 photo album to see what our 20 Scouts and six leaders got up to when then joined over 3000 other Scouts and Guides for seven days of activities in the sun, wind, rain and mud!
Twenty-one 1st Barnham Beavers joined with over a hundred beavers from Arundel and Littlehampton District on the weekend 8th/9th July for a District Camp. The beavers visited Arundel Castle as part of their preparation for become knights!
Today we have published our Annual Report & Accounts 2016-17, ahead of our AGM on Saturday 3rd 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.
The sun was out for today’s Jamboree on the Trail hike.
102 beavers, cubs, scouts and family members and nine dogs participated in the circular hike from Eartham Wood, with a choice of long (9 mile approx.) or short (5 miles approx.) routes.