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Over 380 Cubs and almost as many Brownies descended on the WINGS2014 site for the eagerly anticipated WINGS on Wednesday (WoW). After the Opening Ceremony they hunted down the letters to make their sub-camp name of DISCOVERS. After a Party lunch to celebrate the Brownies 100 Year Birthday (with C…
The National Scout & Guide Symphony Orchestra (NSGSO) annual one week course was held in Monmouth, South Wales at the end of July this year. Two Concerts were given – in The Royal Welsh College of Music, Cardiff and the Blake Theatre in Monmouth.
Three Berkshire Scouts were selected for the 2014…
The Loddon District Explorer Unit visited Ieper in Belgium. They took part in a 100km walk over three days.
The walk is organised by the British Army and German Army.
Leaders took nine explorers and one cub.
They stayed at the Belgium Barracks with the British Army.
The walk was 30km on day o…
The 1st Ufton Nervet Scout Group held their inaugural ceremony to
invest all their new leaders and Beavers, Cubs and Scouts in their local church,
St Mary’s Church, Sulhamstead Abbots on Tuesday evening , 1st July 2014.
The investiture was attended by all the members of the new Scout Group,
Swifts and Kingfishers Beavers joined forces for their annual Olympics on Wednesday 2nd July. Six groups, comprising youngsters from both Colonies, took turns to tackle a series of events such as: penalty shoot out; golf challenge; balancing act; keepy uppies; and in the bucket.
The eldest Bea…