Thanks to everyone who helped to support the TVG application last week, but we still need more help to prevent the attached image becoming a reality.
Trustees from the 43rd Bristol Scout Group stepped in at short notice and braved the elements to help put up gazebos for stalls and to help with traffic control at last Saturday’s Winter Fayre in Westbury-on-Trym. We understand the Fayre was a success and raised essential funds to support Bristol’s Homeless.
It was an interesting evening and we were able to learn about the workings of the store both on the shop floor and behind the scenes. We discovered that Sainsbury’s sell five times as many bananas as any other fruit and that they sell more ham than anything else in the delicatessen area. We were very … Read more
A team of willing adult volunteers from Stoke Bishop based 43rd Bristol Scouts helped set up gazebos, tables and banners for the Westbury Christmas Fayre to be held on Saturday 16 December. The 43rd Bristol Scout Group is pleased to be able to help and support our local community. To learn more about … Read more
A cold Saturday morning didn’t stop the local Stoke Bishop community from flocking to the 43rd Bristol Scout Group’s Annual Christmas Tree Sale. With over 250 visitors in the space of only three hours the event proved as popular as ever. Gates opened at 8am and the queue was already over 50 people long! Thank … Read more
Thank you to all Co-op Members who nominated our Scout Group as their chosen local charity. We are to receive £1,804.68 to put towards our fundraising campaign to build a new Scout Community Centre to replace our falling down Hut. We look forward to meeting staff and customers of Shirehampton Road Co-op in Stoke … Read more
The Cubs enjoyed learning all about the Sikh faith, which included sharing a meal with the Sikh community and meeting the local Sikh families. The visit was part of the cubs’ work towards their World Faith badge and World Challenge, which encourages cubs to learn about faiths from across the world and those other than … Read more
Stoke Lodge Parkland is a valuable resource to our local community and is well loved and frequently used by our Scout Group. Please help prevent the loss of public access to Stoke Lodge by voicing your support for it to be turned into a Town Green so public access can be guaranteed for generations of Scouts, Cubs and Beavers to come.