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St Georges Day at Irthlingborough

Beavers, Cubs , Scouts and Explorer Scouts and their Leaders attended a special Service at St.Peters Church to renew their promises and remember St George, Scouting's Patron Saint.

The service was conducted by the Rev. Mitch Frost ( one of our Scout Leader Team) and the Young People took an active part in the service.

Afterwards, Parents and Young People walked to Stanwick Lakes for a BBQ provided by the Scout Active Support Unit - eating lots and lots of hot dogs and hamburgers!

The weather kept fine for us..............

 
Royal British Legion 100th Service - Finedon

 

We were pleased to be able to attend the 100th Anniversary Service of the Finedon and Irthlingborough Branch held at St.Mary's Church Finedon on 24th April 2022.

Explorer Scouts from Irthlingborough represented local Scouting and were congratulated by the Lord Lieutenant of Northamptonshire.

 
Group AGM May 2022

The Group Annual General Meeting was held at the Town Band Clun Concert Room on Thursday May 19th.

Our County Commissioner Dean Smith attended along with local Scouting Commissioners and our Town May Cllr.John  Farrar.

The meeting was well attended and Progress Awards were presented to Beavers, Cubs and Scouts.

Long Service Awards were given to Chris Ward and Ivan Kench, both members of our Active Support Unit.

A 'Thank-you' Badge was presented to Isobel Stevenson recognising her work as Group Scout Leader.

Thanks must go the the Band Club for allowing us the use of the room to assist us with a safe meeting place for a large number of persons.

 
Group Camp - Bromham - March/April 2022

After almost 2 years of lock-down, our activities being curtailed, it was time for a get-together of Beavers, Cubs, Scouts and Explorer Scouts and their Leaders.

The Group hired the 'Leslie Sell Activity Centre' at Bromham (Beds), a superb and recently erected Swedish-style cabin enabling the Scouts to sleep in tents outside, the Beavers and Cubs safely within the building.

Activities such as archery, backwoods simple cooking, caving and using the climbing wall proved popular.

The catering was looked after by members of the Scout Active support Unit with the Leaders taking charge of the activities.

A first-class weekend thanks to the Leader Team who arranged this superb event.

 

 
Brass Monkey Camp - 18-20 February 2022

 

Despite the gale-force winds and incessant rain, the show went on!

Possibly the worst weekend we could have chosen, the Leader Team Risk-assessed the event and things went along almost normally!

Scouts camped a night under canvas to qualify them for their Brass Monkey Award and managed to cook outdoors and had a great experience in this kind of weather.

Muddy, in their waterproofs  and exhausted the Scouts enjoyed themselves - and so did (we think) their leaders also!

Thanks must go to all the Team and Supporters for making this camp another success...............

 
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