Ash Beavers – Monday evenings 5.30 pm – 6.45 pm, Willow Beavers – Thursday evenings 5.00 pm – 6.00 pm.
Information for the Beaver Scout
Being a Beaver Scout means that you join the Scout Movement by making a special Promise. You will wear a uniform, which includes a scarf & sweatshirt and a set of badges. Beavers meet once a week with a programme of fun activities such as making things, singing songs, playing games, looking at nature, outings, learning how to be safe but most importantly making new friends.
After you have joined the Beaver Colony you will take part in a range of activities and gained some of over 20 activity badges. As time goes on you will be able to work towards a number of Challenge badges. You will also have the opportunity to work towards gaining the Chief Scout Bronze Award, the highest award that you can get in the Beaver Scouts.
I PROMISE TO DO MY BEST
TO BE KIND AND HELPFUL
AND TO LOVE GOD
Information for Beaver Scout parents
Beaver Scouts do not make their Promise until they have been in the Colony for a few weeks. Parents are invited to the Promise Ceremony for which the Beaver Scout will need to be in uniform, which consists of a turquoise sweatshirt and Navy Blue Trousers. Uniform may be obtained from any Scout Shop outlet. The Group tee shirt is provided by the Beaver section as part of the registration fee.
Beaver Scouting is open to young people of all major denominations, faiths and all who can make the Beaver Scout Promise.
Beaver Scouts begin working for their Cub Scout Membership Award four weeks before transferring into the Cub Scout Pack, during this time they will be invited to attend both Colony and Pack meetings.
The badges that the Beavers earn go on their uniform. Details of badges that can be earned are available from the Beaver Scout Leader. Further details of badges can also be found on the national Scout website scouts.org.uk. The placement of the badges can be found here