Beaver Activities 2018 May042018

Beaver Activities 2018

Construction – May 2018 As part of the second half of the Builder Badge, Beavers followed their plans to create puppets, gardens and a castle. Puppets.Grand castle.Tray gardens.   Construction – April 2018 This Friday the Beavers made igloos and tunnels as a practice for their Builder Activity Badge. Busy constructing a tunnel.The igloo roof.Finished igloo.   Rock Painting – January 2018 Both the Cub and Beaver sections took part in a rock painting night with UK Rocks. Part of the ‘Be Kind initiative‘ intended to make people smile. The idea is that decorated rocks are hidden in local parks for people to find, pictures of found rocks are shared on their Facebook page. Everyone had a great time and a donation was given to the local Monkey Park. Rock painting.Unique designs.Thumbs up.Pet rock anyone?   Gardening – January 2018 The Beavers learnt about caring for plants as part of their Gardening Badge.  They also created planters to bring more colour to the church grounds. Release the plants.We love mess.More compost.The finished...

St George’s Day Parade

St Georges Day Parade – Sunday 22nd April 2018 Setting off.Scout section.Parade inspection. Chesterfield District’s Annual St Georges Day Parade and Promise Renewal will take place on Sunday April 22nd. As in previous years, the parade will assemble in front of the Town Hall and march to the Parish Church.  All Beavers, Cubs, Scouts, Young Leaders and Leaders are expected to attend in full uniform.  (From past experience it could be a bit chilly and therefore everyone should wear a layer or two under their uniform.) 3rd Brampton will meet in the little car park on Rose Hill West no later than 14:10.  Free passes for the Town Hall car park are available here. After the service and renewal of promise, the parade will march back to the Town Hall where they will be dismissed at about 16:15.   St George’s Day Parade 2016 Pictures from the St George’s Day parade, Sunday 24th April 2016.  A big thank you to all those that attended and represented the 3rd Brampton Scout Group. Heading towards the church.Scouts marching.Beaver section.Cub section.Scout section.Waiting to be dismissed.Finished.   St George’s Day Parade 2015 Pictures from the St George’s Day parade, Sunday 26th April 2015.  A big thank you to all those that attended and represented the 3rd Brampton Scout Group. The Cub Section.The Scout Section.Marching towards the church.Flags at rear of the church.Mayor & Mayoress.Inside the parish church.3rd Brampton flag bearers.The Beaver Section.The parade’s leading band.Bronze Award Beavers forming guard of honour.   St George’s Day Parade 2014 This years St George’s Day parade was held on the 4th May.  It was well attended by many groups from in and around the Chesterfield area.  The parade met outside the town hall and then marched to St Mary’s and All Saints church...

Beaver Activities 2017 Nov172017

Beaver Activities 2017

International Night – November 2017 As part of the activities for International Night, the Beavers learned about life in Kyrgyzstan. A big thank you to James’ mum for sharing her experiences of the country. Making flags.Lots to do.Intense concentration.   Activity Walk – September 2017 This week the Beavers took part in an activity walk around Somersall Park. A big thank you to the parent volunteers who helped out on the night. Everyone enjoyed a well earned bag of chips at the end of the night. Beavers everywhere!Chips.   Linacre Reservoir Hike – May 2017 The weather was very wet during the week, but it brightened up a bit for the hike on Friday night, and all the Beavers had a great time. Is it ice cream...

Beaver Activities 2016 Oct162016

Beaver Activities 2016

Beaver Sleepover – September 2016 The Beavers had their own sleepover at the Spitewinter campsite (they stayed in one of the cabins) at the end of September. Crafting.Crate stacking challenge.The campfire.   Beavers Fun Day – July 2016 The Beavers (and some Cubs and Scouts) had a great fun day at Spitewinter. There were a range of activities throughout the day, followed by hotdogs and burgers. Cane shute run.Splat the rat.Bagatelle golf.Blind obstacle course.Parachute.Giant Jenga.Cup tower challenge.   Linacre Reservoir Walk – May 2016 First Beaver hike of the year. The chocolate biscuits certainly went down well! Top reservoir.By the tree carving.   Pirate Crafting – January 2016 What a lot of pirates!...

Beaver Activities 2015 Dec312015

Beaver Activities 2015

Gruffalo Challenge – October 2015 Headbands we made for our crafting challenge. Lots of headbands.More…And more.End of night game.   County Sports Day – July 2015 From the Beavers’ County Sport Day. Did we have fun?   Remembrance Day – November 2015 Poppies made by the Beavers, later placed at the Cenotaph at St Thomas’. Poppy crafting.   Totem Poles & Wigwams – January 2015 Kicking off the New Year, the Beavers constructed and decorated totem poles and wigwams as part of their Global Challenge badge. Showing off their totem poles.   Mega Challenge Certificate & Visit From Furry Fred – November 2014 On the 21st November, as well as having a great night in the Planetarium with the Cubs, the Beavers had a Visit from Furry Fred.  Fred was accompanied by the County Commissioner Tom Stoddard and Assistant County Commissioner for Beavers Joy Templar. They came to present the Beaver Colony with their Mega Challenge Certificate and a gift. This means they have completed 21 challenge activities this year! Mega Challenge certificate.Furry Fred with goodie bag.Beavers looking smart as they pose for the camera.And a little less...

Junior Peak 2015 Jul082015

Junior Peak 2015

Pictures From Junior Peak 2015 As you can see from the pictures, all our Beavers and Cubs had a great day out at Junior Peak 2015.  There were loads of activities to do, and the weather was great. Off to the activities area.Balloon animals.Lunch time.Photo time.End of the day. Peak Camps are international Scout Camps with around 6,000 scouts from all over the world and takes place at Chatsworth near Baslow. These only take place once every 5 years. As part of the event they have Junior Peak for the Cubs and Beavers to visit and take part and we plan to take the Cubs and Beavers to the Junior Peak event on Thursday 30th July; this will be a fun packed day with activities including Pyrography, Archery, Tunnelling, Balloon Modelling, Low Ropes Bouncy Castle and Crafts in the designated Junior Peak area. The cost will be £15 per child to be paid at the time of booking. This will be a fantastic opportunity for them to experience an international camp for the first time. If you have any further questions or concerns please speak to a leader.   Consent Forms Cubs and Beavers taking part in the activity day on the 30th July need to complete the Consent and Health Information forms which can be found...

Climbing – Sat 27th Sept Sep272014

Climbing – Sat 27th Sept

Cubs & Beavers – Climbing Wall, Saturday 27th September, 10am-12.30pm 1st North Wingfield Scout Group have their own climbing wall.  The Beaver and Cub sections of the Group visited the wall on Saturday 27th September and took part in a number of activities, including the wall. Starting off.Making progress.At the top.Abseiling. Please see attached letter for directions – North Wingfield Climbing Wall – Saturday 27th Sept...

Chief Scouts Award Jul182014

Chief Scouts Award

Three members of the Beaver section received their Chief Scouts Bronze award, the highest award that can be gained by a Beaver.  Five members of the Scout section also received their Chief Scouts Gold award.  The Scouts will attend a district presentation evening later on in the year to formally receive their award. Beavers with their Chief Scouts Bronze awards.Scouts with their Chief Scouts award...

Beaver Bonanza Jul162014

Beaver Bonanza

The 3rd Brampton Beavers had a fantastic day out at the Beaver Bonanza at the Drum Hill camp site.  Around 1,300 Beavers from all over Derbyshire took part in the event. They conquered the Jungle Adventure course, rode a Bucking Bronco, raced Camels, and went sledging as well as taking a River Trip over a waterfall, exploring the Great Barrier Reef and Hunting the Yeti. They travelled through Australasia, The Americas, Asia and Africa and got home in time for tea. They also met Furry Fred who along with Red Fox (Acc Beaver Scouts) presented the group with their Furry Fred Global Challenge – Midi Challenge Certificate and prize. Well done to all the Beavers for their hard work, and thank you to the county for putting on a great day for everyone. Crowds of Beavers.Crafting at the bonanza.Sledging in the summer!The scuba tunnel.Catapult a Beaver?String pulling race.Obstacle course – up and over.The group with Red Fox.Beaver...