On Saturday 6 May, the 43rd Bristol Scout Group held a Cub Tea Party at their site off Kewstoke Road. The event was very well supported with plenty of stalls to play games and buy plants, books, sweets and much more. Our Cubs and Scouts did us proud helping to design and make the … Read more
Come and join us for our annual Tea Party organised by the 43rd Bristol Cubs Pack. There will be a raffle with lots of prizes, please keep checking the website for an updated list.
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
Zoe Philips decides to mark the occasion of receiving her Silver Chief Scout Award this week by cutting her hair for charity … all 18 inches of it!! Zoe is donating her hair to the Bristol Children’s Hospital charity ‘Little Princess’ which gives natural hair wigs to children who have lost their own hair due … Read more
‘If I could not walk far and fast, I think I should just explode and perish!’ (Charles Dickens) The aim of our Amble Rambles series of walks is to get out and explore Bristol and its surrounding countryside! Walks are open to all scouting families and take in woodland, urban parks, open parkland, fields and … Read more
Cubs had a great night at Tescos this week, following Tesco’s Farm2Fork trail. The cubs explored the whole store, including their huge freezers, fridges and even lorries!! This picture shows the cubs managing to squeeze into a Tesco lorry with their huge recycling trolleys! The evening provided an opportunity for cubs to explore the issue … Read more
This week cubs raised funds in the region of £400 through a Sponsored Silence to help endangered animals in the wild! Keeping silent for a whole hour proved a fantastic challenge for our chatty cubs, who through their efforts will be adopting various animals through the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF – formerly the … Read more