We were delighted to see two of our adults presented with long service awards. Kate, our Chair has been involved for over 5 years now on our Exec. Alan has been involved in Scouting for over 10 years now going from Cub to Scout leader and is now our Group Scout Leader. Thank you both for your dedication to Scouting.
All parents/carers/members who are receiving emails via OSM will have received our Easter newsletter. If you haven’t received it, please speak to your section leader so that we can investigate why it hasn’t been received. For reference, it is also linked here: Newsletter
It was great to see 5 of our Scouts being presented with their Chief Scout Gold certificates at the recent County Celebrating Success presentation at Parr Hall, Warrington. This is an annual celebration of those who have achieved their Gold, Platinum, Diamond and Queen’s Scout awards.
All parents/carers/members who are receiving emails via OSM will have received our September newsletter.
If you haven’t received it, please speak to your section leader so that we can investigate why it hasn’t been received.
For reference, it is also linked here: Newsletter
We have now published our term dates for the next school year.
As you would expect, we may still change them, but this is what we are working to.
Please see Parents -> Term Dates from the menu
(or click here)
This year’s UK Tree of the Year winner, the Gilwell Oak, is now competing to be named European Tree of the Year!
This marvellous oak tree is located in the heart of Gilwell Park in Essex, the home of the scouting movement conceived by Robert Baden-Powell. He adopted the towering oak as a neat analogy in 1929 for not only the growth of the scouting movement worldwide, which began with a small trial camp some 21 years earlier, but as a message to young Scouts that big things are possible from modest starts.
Make the Gilwell Oak European Tree of the Year and vote now! Vote Here
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