This year the tickets are available from Olivia’s Café on St John’s Hill, as well as before and after each cub meeting (Weds and Fri).
Today 60 young people (plus siblings and parents!) took part in the 58th JOTA today. We had 24 Beavers, 25 Cubs, 8 Scouts and 3 Explorers talk over the radio airwaves to other Scout groups they also tried out Morse code machines too! Great fun was had by all and a huge thank you goes to the West Kent Amateur Radio Society for spending the whole day with us.
We even managed a few conversations as part of JOTI (Jamboree on the internet), including contacting someone from Borneo and Malta. We will be a bit more organised on that front next year.
We awarded 75 badges at scouts this week!
On Monday we pitched camp between rainstorms and had dinner cooked and on the table when the by now continuous rain caused the River Gromm running through the site to rise, and rise, and rise, until… Continue reading Scouts Survive Summer Camp
Last week Pinewood Beavers hit the park to build some dens! The Beavers had great fun building six super dens – one beaver even built her own little fairy den!