And so in our final meeting of the term, Beavers retain the Rounders title, beating the parents by 11-6 with some fantastic batting, running and fielding from the Beavers team.
There were loads of badges to present that the Beavers have worked hard for this term, with Felix and Harry achieving their Chief Scout Bronze award, the highest badge that Beavers can earn. Well done to both of them.
We also welcomed Jay, who will be joining the Leader team in September, and said goodbye to 6 Beavers who are moving on to Cubs. We wish them well in the next stage of their scouting journey.
So that’s it for now. Have a great summer, and we’ll be back again in September.
On a lovely evening for a stroll, the Beavers went on a walk to hunt for bugs, whilst also practicing how to use an OS map to find their way.
Lots of interesting creatures were spotted, and no-one got lost on the way. A great evening 😊
Change of plan tonight! Instead of De-fib training we played games…with a little bit of water!
Slightly soaked so unfortunately there are no photos!
It was lovely to have so many Beavers and their families join us at Family Camp, taking part in loads of fun activities with the Cubs Scouts, Explorers, leaders and parents. With over 120 people and so many things to do it really was a fantastic weekend!
Beavers had fun going into the woods to build a shelter for their lodge group. But whose would pass the water test?
Lots of badges awarded at this year’s presentation evening. Well done to those gaining Challenge awards, many Beavers are well on their way to their Chief Scout Bronze Award.
Beaver of the year was a difficult choice this year, but after much deliberation was awarded to Kieran for his enthusiasm and willingness to join in with everything, often putting himself way outside of his comfort zone.