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Beavers Sleep-over 2017

Overnight on Friday 17th November, over 30 Beavers slept over at the Headquarters - a first taste for many in taking part in an over-night activity. The Beavers had chicken nuggets and chips for supper, watched some video films, ate popcorn in cinema-style and enjoyed sweets and drinks. A traditional Campfire sing-song rounded off the evening and soon all the Beavers were soundly asleep. Thanks to the hardworking and successful Leader Team, all the Beavers said 'when's the next sleepover?'

Shooting Competition 2017

A success for Irthlingborough's Scout Troop! A Team from the Scouts won the 2017 Nene Valley District Shooting Competition held at Rushden. The Winning Team was Naomi, Ashley, Thomas K, Thomas S and Sy-Tyler. Although it was a Team-Win, congratulations to Scout Naomi who was placed 2nd in the individual scorings. WELL DONE! - and not forgetting Scout Leaders Paul and Lance who managed the Team and Steve Kurn and Sam Sumner who coached the Team........

Remembrance Sunday 2017

The Group was strongly represented this year, starting with a Parade from our Headquarters, a short Special Service at the Scout Memorial in the Cemetery, the laying of Poppies made by the Beavers and then to St.Peters for the Town Annual Service. Thanks must go to June Read, our Lay Reader for conducting our Special Service with the Beavers reading some dedications remembering Old Scouts who gave their lives. Parading afterwards to the War Memorial with our Colours, a Wreath was laid on behalf of all Scouts lost conflicts Worldwide. After the Parade back to St.Peters, Hot Dogs were served to the Young People. The Scout Active Support Unit offered Teas and Coffee to the Townsfolk, raising £130 for the Royal British Legion. Thanks must go to all our Leader Team and SASU Group for this magnificent effort!

Hong Kong Visit by Cub Leader

Whilst on a business trip to the Far East, Karen Hutchinson, our Cub Leader, was able to go and visit Scouting's magnificent Headquarters - B-P House in Hong Kong. Karen's visit coincided with a visit there from Lord Baden Powell as part of his support for Worldwide Scouting

Archaelogical Dig at Irthlingborough

More than 20 Young People from Scouts and Cubs took part in a 'dig' located near to Tannery Cottages. This was part of an excavation organised by the Historical Society and Oxford University. Irthlingborough is the site of Romano-British settlements as well as those dating from the Middle Ages.

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