TROOP MALTA EXPEDITION 2014
Please remember to bring the Health Form with you ASAP
Download Consent & Health Form here
VISIT TO CADBURY
WORLD - SATURDAY 11 OCTOBER 2014
SPACES STILL AVAILABLE
FAMILIES WELCOME TO JOIN US
Beavers & Cubs are going to Cadbury World by Coach
Please be at Shurdington not later
Leaving Shurdington Headquarters at 9:30am - Leaving Cadbury 4pm
Apply now not to miss a chance of a great day out
Cost for Transport and Cadbury entry fee £18 - Please bring lunch
with you +spending money
I M P O R T A N T
This is a FULL UNIFORM event
+ School Trousers, School Shoes (no jeans or trainers!)
To reserve a seat email scouts @
Or text or call 07770 480272
CHELTENHAM DISTRICT SCOUTS
FETE & FUNDAY
Wonderful Day if Somewhat Tiring and Beautifully Warm.
Three Beavers attended and took part in Games - Placed 3rd with
Six Cubs took part in Games and placed FIRST
out of Fifteen Teams - WELL DONE
One Scout also attended and played in Its a Knockout
A Few Photos
COUNTY PIONEERING COURSE
Prestbury Scouts HQ - April 2014 - An Album of Memories
MONDAY 28TH APRIL -
Scouts will be going Bowling at Gloucester 10-Pin
Please be there between 7:30 and 7:45pm - No Charge
Please let Louise know if you can make it in case she needs
to book more lanes.
At present they have 2 lanes booked for 2 Leaders and 8 Scouts.
Email louiseslee5 at gmail.com asap
George's Day Parade
Details of Parade and Service, Cheltenham
A set of Photos of a Memorable District Event
At Shurdington Scouts Headquarters
A Set of Photos
CULTURAL EXCHANGE 2012
MEMORABLE PHOTOGRAPHS OF A GREAT WEEK
GLOUCESTERSHIRE SCOUTS QUIZ DAY - AN
ALBUM OF MEMORIES
Christmas Party 2013
An album of memories
BEAVER SCOUTS STAVERTON VISIT - OCTOBER 2013
ACTIVE IMPACT DAY -
HATHERLEY MANOR HOTEL
1st August 2013
A Photo Album
Water Party - 14 July 2013
A set of photographs
CHELTENHAM DISTRICT SCOUTS
- FETE & FUNDAY
Saturday 18th May 2013 - 11am to 4pm @ Montpellier Gardens
Some Photos of the Lovely
BEAVERS PET DAY
Monday 13th May 2013
AN ALBUM OF LOVELY
PHOTOS & MEMORIES
Pioneer Badge - Cranham 2013
An Album of Memories - Photos by Colin
Shurdington Scouts - Annual General
SCOUT TROOP - GINGER BREAD
Details for Monday 10th December
BACK TO BASICS
Back to Basics, written by Peter Brooks and
illustrated by Doug Mountford
originally appeared as a supplement in Scouting Magazine (probably
in the 1980s).
Think You Know Scouting
- Think Again
Watch this Video
(May take a few minutes to load)
Cheltenham Volunteer of the Year Awards
January 2012 - PhotoAlbum
High Quality photos may be obtained
by e-mail: scouts @ shurdington.org (remove spaces)
Proof of Identity may be required.
Listen to BBC Radio Gloucestershire Interview
Matt Gardner, Alice King & Joe Coxson
10am 15th January 2012
BEAVER SCOUTS - CADBURY TRIP
An Album of Photographs
Shurdington Scouts & Sliema Scouts
Cultural Exchange - Malta 2010
Video of the Exchange
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
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.
Booklet to download - size 17mb
Where do all these Badges go on my uniform? Click on
thumbnail to find out.
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
B-P last message to Scouts
B-P's voice speaking to Scouts
Why 'PEN-KNIFE'? asked a
young Scout. Its not a pen.
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!