A reminder… Badger of the 4th Ruislip Beavers requires your help… We are holding a Bring and Buy Coffee Morning on the 25th Feb ’16, all welcome… Time 10am till 1pm, 4th Ruislip, New Pond Hall, New Pond Parade, West End Road, Ruislip, HA4 6LR.
I look forward to seeing many of you on Thursday, 16th March at some point between 18:00-22:00, at 6th Eastcote, Oak Grove. We’ll have a number of Training Advisors and others from District and County to assist with: – Training validation and booking – Demonstrations/training on using Compass or OSM – DBS checks (please bring … Continue reading “Drop-In Evening, Thursday 16th March”
Please find below the information on the Jack The Ripper Walk – Saturday 25th February. There are still spaces if you have not yet booked. There are two options Just the Walk or a pre-walk meal at the Liberty Bounds pub apparently, the best Weatherspoon’s in the country they say, followed by the walk. Please … Continue reading “Jack The Ripper Walk – Saturday 25th Feb – last chance!”
If you’d like to spend a few days walking in the North York Moors at Easter, a day out in Whitby, maybe dinners in a pub or two, we’re taking a minibus for a Gold D of E Expedition, so you’re welcome to join us for a more relaxed trip at the same time. Departing … Continue reading “Network – North York Moors at Easter”
The Scout Association asks all adults in Scouting to have valid First Aid Certificate (updated every 3 years) and to attend Safety and Safeguarding training every 5 years. Module 1 (and Module 1 for Executives) cover basic Safety and Safeguarding so we ask you to do a full course within 2-3 years of this as … Continue reading “ADULT LEADER TRAINING – THE 3 MANDATORIES (First Aid, Safety, Safeguarding)”
Congratulations to Roy Lanning on his appointment as GSL of 6th Eastcote. Roy has been involved with the group for many years, most recently as Chairman, and brings with him a wealth of Scouting experience; we welcome Roy to his new role. Martin Stanworth is moving away from the area so is leaving after many … Continue reading “6th Eastcote News”