2018 Jamboree on the Trail

Well done to everyone that took part to help make our 2018 Sponsored Walk, Family BBQ and AGM such a success.  Whether you walked the route, cut the grass, prepared the food, cooked the food, or even just ate it, helped with road crossings, put the tables and chairs out or away, led the singing…

St George’s Day 2018

It may have been wild and windy up on the racecourse, but we all had a brilliant day.  Archery, circus skills, pancake making, Lego, Humberside Fire & Rescue, inflatables, volleyball, skate park, dragon making, pioneering, martial arts, glass engraving, climbing wall, Yorkshire Wildlife Trust, to name but a few.  With over 500 young people plus…

Co-op Local Community Fund

A big thank you to everyone at the Co-op in Hessle, for inviting us to be part of their Local Community Fund, and especially to all the Co-op members for helping to raise the money.  This morning we joined staff in store to receive a cheque for £1917.13 – a fantastic amount that will help…

Remembrance Sunday 2017

What a fantastic turn out from all our young people and leaders today – over a hundred of us.   Smartly dressed in uniforms with smiles on faces despite the cold weather.  Well done everyone!

HARVEST FESTIVAL

Hessle Scout Group were well represented at All Saints Church Harvest Festival today.  Well done to those that played an active part in the service, carrying the flags, helping with the sermon, readings, collection, prayers, bread and wine, and in particular everyone that donated to the harvest food collection.  This will be distributed to the…

SPY CAMP

We all managed to pass security and had a fantastic time at Spy Camp in Bail Wood.  The sun shone all weekend, we built dens, went on hikes, cracked codes, got to sit in a hovercraft, cooked on fires, had a water fight, sang around the campfire, used our imagination at Q’s base, completed the…

A Wizard Weekend

All things Harry Potter was the theme of the 2016 Group Camp, and 107 members of Hessle Scout Group had a fantastic time at Primrose Hill Campsite, Brigg. The weekend began at Platform 9 3/4 on Friday evening with Hagrid welcoming everyone to camp, and then on to the sorting hat ceremony where we all…

Scout sleepover at the Den 22/05/15

The Scouts completed a hike from South Ferriby over the Humber Bridge where we invested Nicholas, then walked to the den for well earned pizza and a movie.  

Scouts Mini Olympics 15/05/15

Lots and Lots of fun was had by all, as part of the Fitness Badge Megan, Josh and Amy planned and organised the evening as a leaver’s night before moving up to Explorers Scouts. They organised a lapped relay of Raywell campsite as well as Bean Bag shuttle runs 2 throwing events and much more.

Arapaho Biviouc Building in Nut Wood 12/05/15

The Cubs ventured into Nut Wood neer Raywell to put there survival skills to the test. The cubs used branches, foliage, tarps and ropes to create to there own shelter design. After a great effort we headed back to Raywell to munch on bacon butties. 

Jamboree on the Trail 2015

Well done to everyone who took part in the Hessle Scout Group Sponsored walk as part of the worldwide Jamboree on the Trail 2015. Sponsorship money is still being collected, and once we have a final total details will be published. Thank you to the Explorers and leaders for organising us all, and making sure…

St George’s Activity Day 2015

Today saw the entire Scout Group attend the joint St George’s Activity Day between Blacktoft Beacon & Beverley and Hornsea Districts. The morning was full of activities for everyone to have a go at; there was scooters, stomp rockets, crossbows, cooking on fires & martial arts to name a few! In the afternoon all sections paraded…

Mothering Sunday Service

Hessle Scout Group attended the Mothering Sunday Service at All Saints Church today, where the young people played an active part in the service. As well as bearing their flags, they read passages from the bible, took the collection, read the prayers, and most importantly ensured that every lady in the congregation received some flowers. …

Gold Chief Scout Award

Drew has been awarded his Gold Chief Scout Award after putting in a lot of hard work. Paul our GSL came and awarded Drew with his badge and certificate on Friday evening. Well done Drew!

The Indians are coming……..

The Kwahadi Dancers are a magical combination of Scouting, Indian Lore, and showbiz.   The group from Amarillo, Texas are touring the UK and Europe and they will be performing in Hessle Town Hall on Sunday 10 August 2014 at 7.00pm – 9.30pm.  Everyone is welcome to join us.  Family tickets £12 (2 adults + 2 children),…

Commondale Camp – 11th-13th July

Arapaho, Cherokee and the Scouts joined together for the weekend to head up to Commondale near Whitby for a camp. We left on Friday evening and got to Raven Gill Campsite in time to get everything set up before it got too dark. There was then just enough time to go for a night walk…

Sushi & Juices with a bit of Rounders

This week we did a bit more work towards our Fitness Challenge. The Scouts were told to bring a fruit or veg with and we had some interesting ones! We started off the night with a game of kick rounders. Then in small groups we went inside to make the sushi and juices while other…

18th May – Hessle Open Gardens Bus team

Hessle Open Gardens Organisation help local charities through their annual open gardens event. Last year they helped the Scout Group with funding for the outdoor activity area. This year they asked us to help them by running a minibus route around Hessle. The leaders stepped up to this challenge. They divided up the hours between…

Sam is Invested

Hessle Scout Troop added yet another leader to the happy gang as Sam Cooke was recently invested as an Assistant Scout Leader.  Having completed her initial training, Audrey Harris, Humberside Scouts Training Advisor, paid a surprise visit to invest Sam whilst the Troop were ‘training hard’, working towards their Fitness Challenge (hence the lack of uniforms).

Cooking on the Foreshore

This week we were down on the foreshore. We made some fires and cooked on them. Also this week, our newest members who have come up from Arapaho Cubs made their promise.

Wolds Challenge 2014

On 22nd March, 3 teams from Hessle Scout Troop took part in the Wolds Challenge. This is a competition where they are tested on their map reading abilities and teamwork to see who can complete the 12 mile cross-country course, through all the checkpoints, in the quickest time. For the majority this was their first…

Chinese Lanterns 14/03/2014

This week the Scouts did a bit of problem solving. They were given the materials needed to make a Chinese lantern but no instructions. The task went towards their Creative Challenge badge. Lots of different designs were created but unfortunately none of them managed to float successfully.

Night Walk

This week the Scouts embarked on a walk around the Nut Wood area, being split into two teams they were given some rough instructions of the route (a map was included). Both teams were told to wait at the crossroads. When everybody arrived there was a little surprise for them all. We invested Chloe, Cydney,…

Cooker Challenge

Tonight the Scouts attempted to find out which was the most effective cooking method we had in the Scout den. Things to take in to account were; time to boil, ease of use & time to set up. Best of all we all boiled an egg.  

Josh’s Investiture

Congratulations to Josh on his investiture as an Assistant Scout Leader. This comes after completing the first part of his Scout Leader Training.

Laser Quest – Christmas Party 2013

Hessle Scout’s Christmas party at Laser Quest. Some of the Cubs who will be joining us in January came along to join in. Everybody really enjoy themselves we will have to do it again sometime.  

Raywell – 13th July

This week the scouts enjoyed a night down at Raywell. Everyone had a go on the climbing wall before taking on the assault course!

Centenary Camp – 1st – 3rd June

This weekend the entire group has camped at Raywell for the centenary group camp. This camp has been funded by the Centenary Fund which the group has been fundrasing for over the last 5 years. The theme for the weekend was pirates. All those attending walked from Melton Bottom to Raywell on the Friday night….