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Scout Pages Updated on: 24 February, 2015.
Cheltenham
District
Scout Groups
RIFLE SHOOTING
& ACTIVITY

Parental Consent

Short history of Scouting & Shurdington Scout Group
Latest News of happenings at Shurdington Scouts.
Just photographs of what our members have been up to.
Contributions from our Beavers, Cubs, Scouts and Explorers.
Pages of Games, Campfire Songs and Skits and Programme Ideas.
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Want to be a Leader? - Here's your Training Programme.
Our Uniform, where to place badges & Times of Opening and Map of where to find our Cheltenham Scout Shop.
Just useful links to other websites.
My first Scout Group - 1st Sliema, Malta.
Powerful Search Engine for this Website or the whole World Wide Web.
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Year Book 2011

Year Book 2012

Year Book 2013

Year Book 2014

Gloucestershire
County
Calendar

Cheltenham
District
Scouts
Website


SCOUT SHOP - Where to find it and times of opening.
Scout Shop

Our Linked Scout Group in Szczecin, Poland.
Twinned with

88-Uroczysko Scouts


Promise & Law

List of all the PAGES on this website - an easy guide.
Site Map
This website

SCOUTBASE - Site full of information.
The Official Scout
Association Website








Think You Know Scouting? - Think Again
Watch this Video

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FOUNDER'S DAY RESOURCES - 1) History  -  2) BP Last Message


CHELTENHAM DISTRICT SCOUTS

COOKING COMPETITION 2015 - SET OF PHOTOS

COUNTY SCOUTS COOKING COMPETITION 2015

COOKING COMPETITIONS
Regional Competition - 22nd March 2015


HAVE YOU PAID SUBS?
They are now overdue - 35 to Easter.
Please do pay asap.


NAVIGATION & MAP READING
The Compass Rose
GPS Basic Facts
GPS versus COMPASS
6 Figure Map Reference
More Map reading
Ordnance Survey Maps
Magnetic - Grid - True North explained


Gloucestershire County Scouts
QUIZ DAY - Photos


VISIT TO CADBURY WORLD - SATURDAY 11 OCTOBER 2014

 


COUNTY PIONEERING COURSE
Prestbury Scouts HQ - April 2014 - An Album of Memories


Cheltenham District Scouts Cooking Competition
A Mouth-Watering Album of Photos - 2 Feb 2014

Taken in Century Hall, Shurdington
Gloucestershire County Scouts Cooking Competition
Album of Photographs taken on Sunday 2 March 2014
Held in Century Hall, Shurdington
South West Regional Cooking Competition
Album of Photographs taken on Sunday 23 March 2014
Held in Century Hall, Shurdington

TRADING POST 2014

A set of Photos of a Memorable District Event
At Shurdington Scouts Headquarters


ACTIVE IMPACT DAY - HATHERLEY MANOR HOTEL
1st August 2013
A Photo Album


Do you know your Scout Laws? No.1 - A Scout is to be trusted...
...Read the rest here...


BACK to BASICS appeared in Scouting Magazine many years ago as a pullout supplement and is worth its weight in gold.

Very hard to find such a comprehensive easy to follow guide to what Basic Scouting knowledge is all about.

 In the words of John Sweet, author of the book Scout Pioneering, 
" these are the kind of skills which, if we are not careful, will slip unnoticed down the cracks in the pavement of Life. "

This publication in pdf form has been compiled with the kind permission of The Scout Association, whose copyright it remains.

Click on Booklet to download - size 17mb


Where do all these Badges go on my uniform? Click on thumbnail to find out.
Beaver Scout Cub Scout Scout Explorer Scout

Why Scout Movement?
Baden-Powell said: "Scouting is a movement because it keeps on moving forward. 
If it stops moving it becomes an organisation and is no longer Scouting!"


B-P last message to Scouts
Hear B-P's voice speaking to Scouts


Why 'PEN-KNIFE'? asked a young Scout. Its not a pen.
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It was during a session in June 2005 teaching Scouts about the safe use of Knife, Axe and Bowsaw that James, a young Scout, popped this question, on showing them a Swiss penknife.
The answer is that originally a small knife was employed to shape a feather (Latin name PENNA) into a quill, cutting a nib for writing. The name stuck and the small knives became a household item, especially in the Scout Movement.
It pays to be inquisitive!


Scout Association
Reg. No. 27082


Left Handshake


Learn how to recognise
British Trees

FRIENDSHIP
KNOT


Special Bulletin
Malta Scouts



How to make a
Turks Head

Learn all about ROPE.
All About ROPE


Trek Cart
A History

Animated KNOTS
Animated Knots

HEALTH FORM

Prestbury A GHOST WALK
A Ghost Walk in Prestbury

Outdoor Shops
Outdoor World

The First Camp on Brownsea Island 1907

All about BEAVERS.
6 to 8 year old
All about CUBS
8 to 10+ year old

All about SCOUTS
10+ to 14 year old
All about EXPLORERS
14 to 18 year old
All about NETWORK
18 to 25 year old

COWLEY - a nice walk explained.
COWLEY HIKE

Things to do on camp!
ON CAMP

 

 

  Website written and maintained by Paul Calleja-Gera - Copyright from 1998 All Rights Reserved

World Organisation of the Scout Movement  

Registered
February 1949
Reg.No. 27082