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2nd Thornbury Scout Group

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2nd Thornbury Scout Group was established in 1972 and meets at Christ the King Church Hall in Thornbury.

We have three sections - the Beaver Colony for 6-8 year olds, the Cub Pack for 8 to 10½ year olds and the Scout Troop for 10½ to 14 year olds.

We welcome girls and boys to all sections and are happy to take children who are new to scouting. If you would like more information about joining us, please contact Anna Byrne on 07769 584801 (Beavers leader), Spencer Collett (Cub leader) on on 07572 826994 or Steve Bagnall (Scout leader) on 07974 772735.

Visit our website: 2ndthornburyscouts.webplus.net for more information.

beavers

The Beaver Colony meets from 5:30 to 6:30pm each Monday evening.

During a typical year, the Cubs have a go at:

  • Studying Animals
  • Making Bug Hotels
  • Tying knots
  • Archery
  • Climbing


Cubs

The Cub pack meets from 6:15 to 7:30pm each Wednesday evening.

During a typical year, the Cubs get the chance to:

  • Play games
  • Badgework – ie Navigator, Artist, Fitness Challenge
  • Activity days at Woodhouse
  • Widegames
  • Overnight sleepovers
  • Longer camps
  • District cub activities
  • Meet children outside their normal school environment


Scouts

The Scout Troop meets from 7:45 to 9:15pm each Wednesday evening.

During a typical year, our Scouts enjoy activities such as games, badge work, film nights, backwoods cooking, wild games, as well as approximately four camps per year – three week-end camps, including a District camp and the Malvern Challenge, and a week long camp at the start of the school summer holidays.

We also have regular evening trips to do things such as canoeing, climbing, abseiling, ice skating and dry slope skiing.

We also have a parent rota system – this gives us extra help to do activities in smaller groups and also gives parents a chance to see what we do and how a Colony, Pack or Troop meeting is operated.

Our sections are supported by a full and active committee who meet bi-monthly.

Finally, if you have an interest in joining us a regular helper, please contact our Group Scout Leader, John Barrow, on 07831 803758 or email for more information.




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