Brilliant weekend of Rescue and Emergency Care training for leaders given by Tim Cain at Bispham Scout Camp. Now all refreshed and ready to go.
More photos from tonight’s campfire cooking.
Our Scouts were practising camp fire cooking tonight. They cooked everything from homemade burgers, kebabs, bread, chocolate oranges, bananas with marshmallows, hot chocolate, mash potatoes and sausage, garlic bread, and spag bol.
We also joined in with our Explorer Scouts and moved up one of our scouts to Explorers.
Off to Bibbys Farm on Sunday to continue our forestry badge.
Last week our Cubs and Beavers went for fun night out playing crazy golf. They also invested new leaders.
But 3 new very odd looking Scouts appeared. Turned out to be our Cub Leaders. So yes you do need to be slightly bonkers to be a Scout and and even more so to be a Leader.
Before Easter our Beavers started their gardening badge. The Beavers helped to plant potatoes that they hope to harvest in a couple of months.
The Beavers planted a runner bean in a cup and took it home. They are already growing we cant wait to see what they look like in a few weeks time.
Fun chilled night with our scout troop at Hollywood Bowl in Bolton. Nice to see we have some awesome bowlers.F
Ended up with the obligatory trip to the arcade. One of the leaders got battered by space invaders and narrowly missed getting on the leader board, then some of the scouts went on a simulator and came off feeling sick. Another great night lol.
This week the Scout, Cubs along with Young Leaders from Pegasus paid a visit to Bolton Mountain rescue team.
The team made us very welcome and explained their varied roles. The scouts loved the stories they were told about incidents the team had been involved in. They got to practice CPR, had a look inside one of their land rovers and tied a Scout leader to a stretcher (not normal practice) before seeing how difficult it was to carry them around.
A huge thank you to the team for fitting us into their busy schedule.