DIY SOS?

DIY SOS?

We were pleased there were no DIY disasters at Cubs recently… in fact quite the opposite as they all showed themselves to be very capable at sawing, sanding, drilling and varnishing. That’ll be handy if the woodworm return!

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Learning about Faiths

Learning about Faiths

We’ve been learning about different Faiths in the local community this term, visiting some of the local experts: The Cubs visited St. Leonard Church in Heath and Reach to meet the Vicar and learn about Christianity. While here we explored the church and found out about the different objects and ...

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Cub summer camp

Cub summer camp

Despite the heatwave threatening our plans, the Cubs went to The Quarries campsite for a day in July, where we learnt about tracking, square lashings (followed by a little pioneering), and cooled down with a water relay. For the evening everyone had to build shelters in the woods (thank goodness ...

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Cubs activity day

Cubs activity day

A visit to Phasels Wood allowed the Cubs to show their adventure and teamwork skills, with a day of activities. Crate stacking, High ropes, the 3G swing,  caving, and fire lighting, amounted to a busy day, and ticked off several pieces of Award work.

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Volunteering at Rushmere Park

Volunteering at Rushmere Park

The Scouts and Cubs were armed with gloves, rakes and brushes, and set about helping tidy up Rushmere Park recently. Clearing chopped trees, sweeping the entrance, clearing paths and collecting litter provided a busy evening while we enjoyed the scenery of our local park.

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Cubs photography badge

Cubs photography badge

The Cubs went exploring Leighton Buzzard to practice their photography skills. Armed with a set of challenges, they went hunting high and low for old things, new things, big things, little things, etc. Plus lots of posing and strange angles.

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Digital camp

Digital camp

Our Cubs recently went on the Leighton Linslade District Camp where we learnt about basic programming using Raspberry Pi devices. Despite the rain we did also venture outside to get some exercise and take part in some team building challenges.

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Camp gadgets

Camp gadgets

Getting ready for camping, the Cubs had their first go at designing some camp gadgets (albeit indoors). A quirky collection of tools for drying clothes, dishes and holding flags up emerged!

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Fire lighting

Fire lighting

The recent cold weather wasn’t enough to stop the Cubs getting outdoors and learning about fire lighting. Things were a bit damp to manage anything too impressive, but everyone managed to get a fire going, and we even managed to toast some marshmallows.

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