Whether you are a Beaver, Cub or Scout, we would love it if you would attend the Annual Parade taking place on Sunday 22nd April.
Please let us know if you can come so we know the numbers. The more of us, the better!
We are looking for parents to help getting the kids to Linlithgow on the day too.
This evening we were joined by former Group Scout Leader and Silver Wolf, David Webster. David heard the Promise made by our new leader, Carol and eight cubs.
Well done everyone!
Annual St George’s Day Parade 2018
On Sunday 22nd April 2018 the Cubs will take part in the annual St Georges Day Parade through Linlithgow. Assembly point for the parade is Low Port Primary School Playground at 2pm and the parade will move off at 2.30 pm to be at St Michaels Church by the Palace ready for the service at 3pm. Please meet us there.
This is a great opportunity to show that Scouting is alive and well in West Lothian, that we have pride in the uniform and our young people, as well as the dedication and commitment of our adult leaders. It is also the day for renewal of promises for all Sections, and knowing we are part of a great organisation.
Join with Scouts all over the world on this special day.
We look forward to seeing you on the day.
With expectations that the weather will get better at some point, the Cubs have started practicing skills for their camping weekend. This week we had two groups covering the Countryside Code and knots and lashings to make a tripod. We have some spaces in the group if you know anyone who would enjoy taking part in Scouting.
Here’s a wee pic of a robin enjoying the bird feeders we made last week.
For our Cubs, this is the homework which must be in tomorrow, 21st November at the latest – the message they were told last week was, “no homework next week, no badge”.
So here it is for those who have lost the bit of paper! Please make sure all our Cubs get this done…
As you may know, we’ve been doing the first levels of the Emergency Aid Badges in Beavers and Cubs. As part of this, we require them to be able to explain some things to other people – we suggested they speak with their favourite grown-ups when they are at home.
The topics they should be able to discuss are –
- the importance of getting help
- what to say if you dial 999 or 112
- helping someone who is unconscious
- helping someone who is bleeding
- reassuring someone at the scene of an emergency
Please help them to increase their awareness in emergency care as this is a real life skill!
Who says it’s too cold for staying outdoors?
Cubs making slime – what could possibly go wrong?!
Can’t wait to find out what is planned for this week!
You’re contact, nothing! Beavers learn the basic skills needed in life, something which is expanded on throughout their time in Scouting and this session saw the colony cooking themselves a wee snack on the camping stove. Cooking Supernoodles today, one day, may become a Michelin starred meal, who knows!