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Cub 2009 Winter/Spring programme


  Cub Scout Challenges  
January 7 - Games Night  
  14 - Cooking - Safety  
  21 - Pancakes  
  28 - Omelettes
February 4 - Fish Fingers, Swiss Roll
  11 - Spaghetti Bolognaise  

Recipes & Other Helpful Information:


Spaghetti Bolognaise Essential Food Nutrients
Kitchen Safety Herbs In Cooking
Get Fruity Food Hygiene
Food Poisoning Eatwell Plate



Sheet Bend [this diagram should move, please let me know if it doesn't]
Clove Hitch
& click here for detailed instructions.

Other knots that we are learning are here.

Click here to find out what we are doing week by week. There is usually a month's worth of programmes planned.



Remember, a £5 book token for every friend who gets invested.


For all the latest camp, hostel, & activity information - including kit lists - please click on the tent->

The Cub age Range is 8 years to 10 1/2 years, boys AND girls.

Links to:
What Are Cub Scouts?
Membership Award;
Badges & Awards;
Badge Mountain;
Cub Pack Ceremonies;
Position Of Badges;
Uniform Policy;
Cub Island.

A growing list of what we have done in the past can be found in the Programmes section of the Archive.

The following are the Cub Activity Badges here.

Adventure Air Activities Animal Carer Art
Athletics Book Reader Camper Chef
Collector Communicator Communicator Worksheet Cyclist
Cyclist DIY Entertainer Equestrian
Global Conservation Hobbies Home Help Home Safety
Home Safety Worksheet Information Technology Librarian Local Knowledge
Martial Arts Meteorologist Moving-On Award My Faith
Naturalist Nautical Skills Navigator Nights Away
Personal Safety Orienteer Physical Recreation Road Safety
Scientist Skater Pulling Sports Enthusiast
Swimmer Water Activities Water Sports World Faiths

Print the information for the badge you want. Take this and the Badge Examiner Report form [A5 size] to an 'expert' [eg swimmer club instructor, soccer coach, teacher at school, etc]. Ask him/her to read the requirements and then sign the form once he/she considers you to have reached the standard.

Activity Badge Ticklists [to take home]

  Home Help
  Home Safety
  Staged - Information Technology stages 1-5


Cub Challenges Record Sheet

Fun & Discovery Items:
Law & Promise Wordsearch;
The Jungle Book;
Jungle Book Wordsearch;
Sixer's Duties.

Check out our Recruitment Flyer and our PDF Membership Enquiry Form or go to our on-line version.

For everyone:

At Scoutbase:

  00 Resource Pack Cover   Badge Mountain
  01 Welcome To Crosland Hill   Cub Island
  02a To The New Member    
  02b Membership Details    
  03 The Sections    
  04a Scout Uniforms

Cub Pack

  05 6-25 Programme   Cub Badge Booklet
  06 Uniform Policy   Cub Badges & Awards
  07 YOUNG PEOPLE FIRST   Cub Challenge Badges
  08a Anti-Bullying Policy   Cub Challenge Record Sheet
  08b CRB Explanation   Cub Chief Scout's Silver Award
  09a Child Protection   Cub Law & Promise Wordsearch
  09b Media & Wesite Policy   Cub List Of Badges
  10 CRB - Policy   Cub Membership Award
  11 CRB - Policy on Portability   Cub New
  12a Gift Aid Explanation   Cub Pack Ceremonies
  13a Parent Support   Cub Position Of Badges
  13b Jobs   Cub Scouts & Law & Promise
  14 The Scouters' Team 2005   Cub Sixer's Duties
  15 The Group Executive Team, 2005   Cub Uniform Policy
  16 History Of The Movement (HJC)   Jungle Book Wordsearch
  17 History 9th   Jungle Book
  F1 Health & Information Form   What Are Cub Scouts
  F2 Gift Aid Declaration, Subs

Group Award Badges

  F3 Standing Order Mandate   The International Friendship Award
  F4 Parents Help Form   Environment
  F6 Labels   Faith Award
  F7 My Good Turn Diary   Group Awards Badges
  F8 e-mail Survey    
  F9 ME!    
  F10 Membership Enquiry Form    

Basic Core Sheets

Activity Badge Ticklists [to take home]

  Group Awards Badges   Chef
  Participation & Moving-On Awards   Communicator
  B-P History   Home Help
  Camp Bank   Home Safety
  Investiture   Staged - Information Technology stages 1-5
  Scouting Symbols & Ceremonies  


Since this Group was closed I keep this site going as a tribute to the Group, its former members, and because of the vast amount of resources I built up over the years. To lose all this would be a travesty. I do all this at my own expense.

Should you find the site helpful and want to donate, please do so.
We're here to help - Scoutese in Plain English:
SL - Scout Leader - the person in charge of the Scout Troop;
Prefixes: G(SL) - Group (Scout Leader) - co-ordinator of the Beavers, Cubs, Scouts [& Explorers];
Prefixes: C - Cub - i/c Cub Pack; B - Beaver - i/c Beaver Colony; E - Explorer - i/c Explorer Unit;
Prefix: A - Assitant - someone who helps the Leader.
Visit the Scoutese page for more translations.

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