This evening the sixes were tasked with spelling CUBS #teamwork #creativity
The sixers and seconders showed a great display of leadership as they instructed and organised the other cubs #SkillsForLife
This weekend 4 of the Cubs took on Greater Manchester West County Cub Mudder. Storm Callum tried to make it difficult for them, making the course extra wet and muddy but it was no match for the 4th Tyldesley Cubs as they negotiated various obstacles with great enthusiasm and team work. Bravo Cubs!
A full day of activities for 3 Scouts in recognition of their achievement of the Chief Scout Silver Award!
They had lots of fun and the leaders would like to add how proud they are of them!
The cubs were on the map this week as they learned about grid references and map symbols.
On Wednesday our scouts enjoyed a lovely sunny evening down at Salford Watersport Center learning to paddle board.
Being typical scouts they spent as much time in the water as on the boards.
Last week the Beavers attended Martin Mere with a number of other colonies from Lilford District. They explored ponds on arrival finding a variety of critters, watched attentively for the otters not wanting to feed, they waited until the Beavers departed for lunch before searching for theirs…
The Beavers continued by pretending to be squirrels, hiding some seeds only to forget them thirty minutes later! Next it was time for a trip on the river, a navigational challenge with river banks hitting us time after time and then all too soon, we had to make our way back to dry land. We ventured back to the coach along a wild walk spotting giant animals of Lego until the Beavers could do no more!
Big thank you to the scouts who helped out today. They are now enjoying their ice creams
Heading off from Hollinswood in search of ice cream.