Unfortunately, it seems that we have had some visitors over the half term who have tried to gain acess to our scout hut. Thankfully they failed in their attempts and we were able to make repairs to the damage that was made. It seems a shame that someone wanted to take advantage of our HQ being empty for a week and spoil what we have for our members.
As part of our new building development plans we needed a Topographical Survey carrying out. Normally this would have come at a cost of £495, however John Sanders of Graphite DBM very kindly agreed to undertake the survey free for us. We are especially grateful as John has no connection to scouting; other than being persuaded by our architect Adam Slade. In our future posts we will be highlighting more of the work of Adam and others who are very kindly giving up their time to
Our Thursday Cub pack have started working on a new project known as A Million Hands. The campaign, which is run by the Scout Association in partnership with 7 charities aims to mobilise half a million scouts by the end of 2018 in support of 4 social issues. The campaign is intended to run for 4 years and the aim is to build lasting relationships in communities that will enable young people to keep taking action long into the future. The issue that the Cubs are going to be wo