Good Morning from Sunny FanWood. All the Cubs sleft well and we have had breakfast, just the washing up to sort now!
Friday 8th February saw both the Cubs and Scouts join together for the annual swimming gala, well done to all who took part!
Unfortunately we didn’t get placed in the Cub Section but well done to the Scouts for their joint 3rd place!
Everyone who took part did really well!
Well done again!
On Friday the 12th October the scouts held an international night. All scouts and leaders attended in a costume representing a country of their choice. This included Japan, China, France, Australia and Scotland – to name but a few.
The scouts were asked to bring information about the country of their choice and if possible an activity or game relevant to that country. Several games with an international theme were played including French cricket, Sumo wrestling and a game involving trying to pick smarties up with chop sticks!
The scouts sampled a wide variety of foods from different countries and an international themed ‘run around’ quiz was held.
This was a fun night enjoyed by all.
three young leaders at the group were presented with their Chief Scouts Platinum award, this can be regarded as a ‘steppingstone’ to the Queens scout award, the highest in scouting. to qualify for this award, the young leaders have taken part in an overnight expedition, carried out service at the Hunsworth scout group by assisting at Beaver & Cub meetings, organised and run an international night for Scouts & taken part in environmental projects, some of the activities also qualified them for the Duke of Edinburgh Bronze award.
The badges were presented by Group Scout Leader, David Sowden & District Commissioner Mike Terry. The young leaders also attended the County presentation evening at Bradford Cathedral.