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    Founded 1909
    Charity Reg No. 305684

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Start of Term Jan 2013

Cubs and Beavers start Mon 7th Jan
Scouts starts Mon 14th Jan

Double Success Brewing

Lisa and Joe celebrate their double awards

Lisa and Joe celebrate their double awards

Joe and his mum Lisa had a good night for awards on Monday when Joe received his Gold Chief Scout Award and Lisa received her Wood Badge.  The Wood Badge is awarded when a Scouter has completed her or his Scout leadership training and its great to have another fully qualified leader in the group.  The Gold Chief Scout Award is the highest award a Scout can achieve and requires a lot of work to complete all the Challenge badges.

Remembrance Day 2012

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Photos by Furst Pictures

Family Camp 2012

Family Camp 2012 at Walton Firs was great fun and we managed to dodge quite a lot of the rain.  Dingo and all the team did a fantastic job of organising it all.  Here’s some photos to give you a taste of the weekend.

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Family Night 10th Nov

Don’t forget Family Night is on Sat 10th Nov.  We’d love to see a really good turn out so pop the date in your diary and look out for more details shortly.

Harriet, Campbell, Gregory and Julian raising money for the Frimley Park Stroke Unit

Gold Chief Scout Award for Ben

Asst District Commissioner Robin Hooper presents Ben with his award. Scout leader Steve Lamb looks on.

We’re proud to be able to say that Ben Faruqui has achieved the Chief Scout’s Gold Award.  This is the highest award available in the Scout Section.

In order to gain the award and badge Scouts need to complete a number of challenges over a period of approximately 2 1/2 years including learning about different communities and cultures, completing a schedule of fitness training, assisting in a community project or charitable work and learning skills to navigate, cook and camp in all conditions.   Additionally, Scouts are required to demonstrate that they take part in a variety of adventurous activities from sailing and kayaking to climbing and abseiling and that they can complete a one night away distance hike carrying their own tent, food and equipment.

The Chief Scouts Gold Award challenges young people to do their best in a wide range of events.   Ben is one of a small number of Scouts who succeed in gaining this accolade.   Ben  was presented his award by Robin Hooper, the Assistant District Commissioner for Scouts in Surrey Heath District.  Well done Ben.