Cubs are the second section of the Scouting family and wear a green sweatshirt. Groups normally meet weekly at the group, known as the Beaver Scout Colony. Meeting places vary between groups and may be schools, church halls or community buildings. Some Scout Groups have their own headquarters that they meet in.
The Cub Scout programme is packed with fun and adventure, and is designed to present every young person with new challenges and prepare them for when they become a Scout. Each Cub Scout will gain some of the 7 'challenge' and 33 'activity' badges that are available, during their time in the pack; and also have the opportunity to go camping for a full weekend, for the first time. Many groups also take part in district led activities as well as organising day trips to places such as a theme park, zoo or local attractions.
8 years to 10 years, 6 months
Open All Year
Registered for 2yr Old Funding (for childcare providers only):
Registered for 3/4yr Old Funding (for childcare providers only):
Drop Off / Pick Up