Thursday 26th April 2018 will go down in history here at Whitworth 41st, after many years in various states of none existence and sharing evenings with other groups the 41st Scout troop have their very own evening to meet! Our first evening was full of Scouting fun, with a pioneering challenge, party food and long […]
As part of their Photography activity badge, some of our cubs went to TJ Photography this weekend, and had more fun than a fun thing on Funday!!! The group learned what makes a good photo, and had lots of practice taking photos in three areas: Outside, Inside, and with Props!!!
The Beavers have been busy bees this past few weeks, and have made remarkable progress with their science badge. The group has learned all about their thumbs, and how useful they are!!! Doing various everyday tasks with and without their 5th digit, and struggling all the way.
THANK YOU to everyone who either donated bottles to, or visited our stall at the recent fun day. We completely cleared out our stock of bottles, and in doing so raised a whopping £141 for the group!!! Again, thanks to everyone involved, the group could not keep running were it not for your invaluable charity.
A new website, a new leader and a new Scout Troop. It is all good news here at our Whitworth Scout Group. In the past when our Cubs have reached around 11 years of age they have left our group as they no longer felt challenged by the activities the Cubs were doing but this […]
Beavers is booming at the moment, there are so many new members that Chief’s head is spinning. She certainly has her hands full trying to learn everyone’s name and planning activities that they can all enjoy. Chinese New Year is one subject which appeals to all and who knew there was so much to it. Fireworks, dragons and food just for starters, a great starting subject for new Beavers.
Whitworth Cubs have been on a trip to Flightdeck Experiences in Stacksteads where they were all made to feel most welcome and had a superificly fabulous time. This was part of their Air Activities Badge for which they also made kites. Despite an attempted trial on an evening when there just wasn't any wind, these kites are as yet untested but if you keep your eyes to the skies over Whitworth, you may spot them flying over us all in the next few weeks.