We are looking for additional volunteers to join our Leader team. Responsibilities include organising games, attending fun events, encouraging children to reach their potential, imparting knowledge, etc.
Full support and training given. Please note references and DBS check required.
If you are aged 18 or over and you think you’ve got what it takes, why not send us a message using the contact us page.
The 6th Farnborough Scout Group had a great time at the Cove village fair last weekend. We ran our infamous Human Fruit Machine where the Beavers, Cubs, Scouts and Leaders all got stuck in. The day finished with the group raising over £100.
The group would like to thank everyone that took part, everyone that played our game and for the very kind donation from the folks on the plant stall.
For his Global Challenge Badge one of our Scouts is investigating slavery both overseas and here in the UK. Please take a moment to see his message:
“When I was younger I visited the Slavery Exhibition in Liverpool.
I was shocked at the appalling treatment that the slaves faced, and was horrified when I learned that slavery still exists today.
So when I had to chose an issue for my Global Challenge Badge, it was a good opportunity to research further into slavery.
I hope that I can help the cause by alerting others that slavery still exists, and needs to be stopped.”
This week saw a take over by some local Explorer Scout Leaders. Carl and Adam joined us in the hut to introduce themselves and show the Scouts that the fun and adventure continues long after they leave us. The Scouts had a great time and give a big shout of thanks out to our new friends.
Members of the 6th Farnborough spent a few hours on a Saturday helping shoppers at Sainsbury’s in Farnborough pack their bags to raise money for the Group. A big thanks goes out to all that took part and the shoppers who donated so generously. Their efforts managed a grand total of £358.00.
The Scouts have all had a go at designing a poster for Scouts. The Poster could be hand drawn or made on a computer. The only rules were that it needed to promote Scouting and have our name on it. All of the posters will be put on our website for a couple of weeks and we are inviting votes on which one is the best. Please leave a comment stating which one you think should be the winner. The winning Poster will be left on the website and its creator will have their name added to the Scouts very own infamous Bog-Seat trophy.
A big well done to all our Beavers, Cubs and Scouts who took part in the recent District Swimming Gala. They all did incredibly well and put in some fantastic efforts. Also a big well done to those members that managed to finish in the top three places of their races.
You never know I might even take part in the leader race next year