Scouts Group

 

 

6th Bridlington Scouts

General Information

 

This information Pack has been compiled as an introduction for Parents containing information about Scouting and 6th Bridlington Scouts

The 6th Bridlington Scouts meet every Tuesday Evening from 7.00 – 8.30 p.m. at The Church Hall, St John’s Methodist Church. Please take the time to read the information in this Pack as it is there for your information and contains some important points to note.

Promise & Call

The important underlying values of Scouting are surmised in Scout Promise and Law. Each member ‘agrees’ to these values when they are ‘Invested’.

 

The Scout Promise– On my honour, I promise to do my best

To do my duty to God and to the Queen

To help other people and to keep the Scout Law

Badges & Awards

Scouts will work towards many badges during their time in the Pack. A Scout may begin working towards badges as soon as they first come to the Pack. Badges will not be worn until they are invested, and then they will be worn on the uniform. The various badges will involve work at the weekly meeting, sometimes work at special events, and also a certain amount of work to be completed at home. If your child wishes to undertake any of the badge work, please discuss it with a leader.

The following are some of the activities the Scouts took part in :

HELPING OUT AT RAYWELL SCOUT CAMP, HAVING FUN AT SUMMER CAMP, FLYING AT LEVEN, HAVING MUDDY FUN AT DANES DYKE, FUNDRAISING AT B AND Q, HAVING FUN ON THE BEACH AT SKIPSEA, HAVING FUN AT SKIPSEA FAMILY CAMP, TANK DRIVING AND MILITARY ADVENTURE AT SCARBOROUGH, HELPING OUT AT THE COMMUNITY CENTRE IN HULL, HAVING FUN AT THE COAST GUARD STATION AT BRIDLINGTON, HELPING FUNDRAISE FOR COMIC RELIEF, HAVING FUN ON BONFIRE NIGHT, STAR GAZING AT HEADLANDS.

 

The Scout Leader Ian Taylor – EMAIL: 6thbridlingtonscouts@gmail.com has overall responsibility for the Troop and the activities which members take part in. The services of others may be sought for instruction in particular activities such as First Aid, Canoeing etc. The Scout leader delegates responsibilities to Assistant Leaders, Explorer Scouts may be asked to help at times as well.

Scouts has its own team of leaders and they are run independently, although there are close links with all the sections in the Group.  Please email Ian Taylor  : at 6thbridlingtonscouts@gmail.com if youy have any questions about the group, thankyou.


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  1. Mrs Halliday says:

    What night do the scouts meet?

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