On Friday 16th December 2016, one hundred years to the day that Cubs officially started. Cubs from Barnham and Walberton Packs joined with Cubs from across Arundel & Littlehampton District at The Flying Fortress, Ford to celebrate the centenary birthday and renew their Cub Scout Promise.
Like all good parties there was cake, balloons and lots of fun to be had. At 19:16 the 134 Cubs lined up on the play equipment to renew their promise, which was led by Jill Gladman, Assistant County Commissioner for Cub Scouts. Watch the Cubs renew their promise below.
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We have been selected to receive funding from the Co-op Local Community Fund. It means that we will get a contribution towards replacing worn out camping equipment. But we need your help. The more support we get, the more funding we could receive.
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On Friday 29th July 18 Cubs, 5 adults and 3 young leaders from 1st Barnham joined over 3000 Cubs and leaders from across Sussex for Sussex100, a special once in a lifetime camp to celebrate the centenary of Cub Scouts. Camping at the South of England Showground, Ardingly for 3 nights in ‘Hathi’ sub camp along with other packs from Arundel & Littlehampton District and Ashdown District (East Sussex).
Whilst at Sussex 100 the Cubs participated in hundreds of activities, from Archery to Zorbing and attended the four main arena events, including Opening Ceremony, Fireworks Extravaganza and Birthday Celebration Closing Ceremony.
Our thanks goes to all those involved in organising and delivering this fantastic event.
For more of the action, take a look at the Sussex100 YouTube videos
23 Beavers from Barnham and Walberton joined 250 other beavers for a fun pack day exploring the Museum. They made wooden woggles, put up a tent, had a go at printing, went on a nature walk and much more. Everyone enjoyed all the activities but the Beavers said the train and bus ride were the best!