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Family Camp 2019

Better to go for a walk than sit in the dark

1st Liss Scout Group completed its inaugural Earth Hour walk last night. Approx 30 of us including Beavers, Cubs, Scouts, Explorers, Leaders and parents ventured into the woods for an hour long ramble down Riverside Walk in Liss.
In doing so, not only did we all have our lights off, but we had some fun and got some healthy exercise and fresh air into the bargain. Massive thank you to everyone who came along.

Beaver Sleepover

It does not seem like 6 hours since the Beavers were dropped off. We have finished the communicator badge, been for a hike, played a wide game and roasted marshmallows round the fire.
The Beavers are now all settled down with a movie a little early as we got rained off at the of the camp fire.

All ready for the Pinewood Derby

The track is down, cars are checked in. There is still time to register between 0900 and 1000 on Saturday.
Doors open for racing at 1200.

JOTI World Map 2018

The map shows all the places where we have spoken to members of the Scouting movement from all over the world.

Beaver Sleepover.

11pm am they are all in bed and asleep.
Beavers have had plenty to eat, hot dogs as the sun set, smores and hot chocolate.
We have been out finding bats, had a camp fire and a movie.

Liss Forest Fun Day

Our next fundraiser is the barbecue stall at the Liss Forest Fun Day.  The Fun Day takes place 2-5pm at Liss Forest Recreation Ground Monday 27th August.  Volunteers to help please sign up on the Fundraising page (link in menu bar above).

Summer Camp – Day 7

The weather on the last night of camping with the Cubs was so warm that we decided to let them sleep under the stars with the sides of their tents tolled up.
This evening, the camp site is much quieter place as we said goodbye to the Cubs at lunch time. The Scouts are staying on for an extra day for a final camp fire, break down the camp and a last visit to the camp tuck shop.1
The wall of Irn Bru (aka Leaders Fuel) tins in the kitchen was completed …

Summer Camp – Day 5

The Cubs joined forces with the scouts to build fires and cook pizzas on the embers. In the afternoon the Cubs earned more crystals with archery and wooden badge making. This was followed by joint campfire with many Cubs and Scouts contributing a verse or two of the songs.

 

Summer Camp – Day 4

Despite the massive clap of thundet at 5am this morning, no one was in the least scared.
The scouts have been working on their knife and and skills, they have also started cooking their own food.
The Cubs have been busy with their Crystal Maze Activities and soap carving.
This evening we joined to Woodcraft Folk for a campfire.