Messages of Remembrance

Well done to everyone that wrote wreath messages for our local British Legion branches to take out to Belgium.  Tonight Katrina joined us to present prizes to the winners – Phoenix Patrol from Apache Scouts and Jack from Arapaho Cubs.  Everyone was thanked for providing such moving messages of remembrance.  These will all hopefully be on…

WELTON WATERS

Cherokee Cubs had a brilliant morning at Welton Waters completing their Nautical Skills badge.  They went on sailing boats and canoes, jumped in the water and played lots of team water games.  Thanks to all the staff at Welton Waters for sharing their expertise.

CHIEF SCOUT BRONZE AWARD

Congratulations to Freddie and Alfie who have been awarded their Chief Scout Bronze Award, having achieved all their Challenge badges, as well as an armful of activity and staged badges.  They have now both started their swim up the river to Cubs.

CHIEF SCOUT SILVER AWARD

Congratulations to four Cherokee Cubs, Caitlin, Finley, Olivia and Phoebe on achieving their Chief Scout Silver Award.  Lots of hard work, fun and adventures went in to achieving all those badges.  Also congratulations to Isaac on achieving Cub of the Camp at Melton Bottom last weekend.  These awards were presented after the Cubs had completed…

Melton Bottom Challenge Camp

Hessle Beavers and Cherokee Cubs had a great weekend in the sunshine completing their Outdoor and Adventure Challenge badges.  They took part in activities which included archery, making and lighting a fire, crate stacking, making woggles, pitching and striking a tent, playing bingo, building a shelter, an incident hike, cooking on fires, making pot bags,…

CYCLING THE HUMBER

Beavers completed their cyclist badge in perfect weather.  We cycled from the Humber Bridge Car Park over to the bridge tower on the south bank of the Humber and back.  Thanks to all the parents that joined us to make the trip possible.

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…

HUFFLEPUFF WINNERS!

Arapaho and Cherokee Cubs attended the 2018 Humberside Scouts County Cub Camp – ‘Fantastic Cubs And Where To Find Them’.  As part of the Hufflepuff House, along with Cubs from Brayton Scarlet, 19th Grimsby (St Hugh’s), 1st Ricall, St Martins, Sewerby Methodist, Trinity Methodist, 1st Laceby and St Margaret’s of Scotland, they combined to win…

WINNERS!

What a weekend!  Apache Scouts won the Scout Camp Craft Competition at Tablers Wood.  They had a full weekend of challenges to complete, and managed them all.  They also ran their own camp, setting everything up, cooking all their own meals, keeping everything tidy and camped without a leader.  The team of five were fantastic…

WINNERS!

Arapaho and Cherokee Cubs entered teams into the Blacktoft Beacon District Camp Craft Competition today.  The teams had eight challenges to complete each, and did so with great success.  Twelve teams took part, with Arapaho girls finishing first with 110 points Cherokee boys second, with 98 points,  Cherokee girls third with 92 points and Arapaho boys eighth. What…

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…

HESSLE FORESHORE BEACH CLEAN

Well done to the Cherokee Cubs, Beavers and their parents that helped at the beach clean yesterday.  Working alongside The Deep and the Marine Conservation Society we all collected many bags of rubbish, as well as some more unusual items such as a car wheel and tools.  This has helped the young people work towards…

Bronze Chief Scout Awards

Well done to three Beavers, Clemmie, Gilby and Jack who have achieved their Bronze Chief Scout Award.  We look forward to seeing them wear their badges on their new Cub uniforms, as they along with Ben, Harry, Philip and Zico all swam up the first bit of the river to Cubs,   We had a fun…

Water Aid – A Cherokee Million Hands Moment

Clean drinking water and good sanitation are essential, yet one in ten people around the world still lack basic access to clean water, while 2.3 billion – that’s one in three people – have nowhere adequate to go to the toilet.  But it doesn’t have to be this way; in our lifetime, we can end…

A MILLION HANDS MOMENT FOR WATER AID

Hessle Beavers took part in a hike with a challenge for Water Aid.  We walked from Hessle Foreshore into the Humber Bridge Country Park where we filled our milk bottles with water from the pond, learning about water safety whilst we were there.  Beavers than had to carry their 4 pint (2.27 litre) cartons back…

BEAVERS INVESTED

Congratulations to Bradley, Charlie and Matilda who have made their promise and been invested into Hessle Beavers

CHIEF SCOUT SILVER AWARD

Congratulations to four Cherokee Cubs Alex, Connor, Ethan and Ewan on achieving their Chief Scout Silver Award.  Also to Ewan for being our Cub of the Term for Autumn 2017.  All were presented with their awards by Paul our GSL.  

CHEROKEE CHEFS

The older Cherokee Cubs completed their Chef Badge by cooking a two course meal.  The delicious dishes included Butternut Squash and Chickpea Tagine, Pasta with Salmon and Peas, Chicken Skewers with Tzatziki, Chocolate and Raspberry Pots and Mini Banoffee Pies.  They invited the rest of the Cubs and parents to have a taste before they…

Hessle & 1st Laceby Beavers Blastoff!

Two colonies joined together for a sleepover and completed their space and builder activity badges.  Staying in the Nyeri Centre at Raywell Park they made spacesuits and helmets, with a jetpack for their back as well as pot bags so that the Beavers do not lose their cutlery and crockery at future sleepovers.  Outdoor games…

PROGRAMME SPARKS

Hessle Beavers completed the first of the Humberside Scouts Programme Sparks tonight.  They have submitted their ideas for the badge design, and Billy Beaver got to meet District Bear!

Bronze Chief Scout Award

Congratulations to Sam on achieving his Bronze Chief Scout Award, presented to him by our GSL Paul.  During his time in Beavers Sam has also been awarded 19 of the 20 activity badges available to Beavers as well as 7 different staged badges – quite an achievement in 2 years!

Cherokee Cubs Shield

Congratulations to Ethan who was presented with the Cherokee Cubs Shield for being the most helpful Cub at the It’s Christmas Camp 2017.    

ROCK UP!

Beavers had a great time at Rock-up for their Christmas treat.  Up and down the walls several times, with no fear at all!  We also waved farewell to Sam and Charlotte as they swam up the river to Arapaho Cubs.  

NATIVITY WITH A TWIST

Arapaho Cubs were stars of the stage when they performed their Nativity with a twist.  Cubs on a hike, shepherds, wise men, an innkeeper and an angel all featured during the evening, alongside lots of traditional carols sang by both the Cubs and the audience.  A well deserved entertainer badge has been earned by all…

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!

Camp Award

Well done to Oliver who was presented with the Cherokee Cubs Shield for being the most helpful Cub at the DIY Camp 2017.

NEW BEAVER SCOUTS

Seven new Beavers have been invested.  Welcome to Alfie, Arthur, Ava, Oliver, Philip, Seraphina and Zico.

HUMBERSIDE POLICE LIFESTYLE

A group of our scouts took part in Humberside Police Lifestyle project during the summer.  Lifestyle is a project that was set up in 1989 to challenge young people to get involved with their communities, using their spare time to make a real difference, inspiring them to make positive choices and want to help others. Well…

WELCOME TO CHEROKEE

Four new Cubs have been invested into Cherokee.  Isabelle and Douglas during our walk around the Fish Trail in Hull City Centre, and Jacob and Oliver in the den.

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…

Swimming Up The River

Three more Beavers finished swimming up the river and into the cub den.  They were then invested as Cubs.  Welcome to Arapaho Mason, Robert and Sriram.

CONGRATULATIONS!

Our GSL, Paul, presented Cherokee Cub Leader Baloo with his Chief Scout’s 10 Years Service Award, in recognition of his service to scouting.

CHEROKEE DIY

Cherokee Cubs had a great weekend at Bail Wood Campsite, near Aldbrough.  Whilst there they completed their DIY badge in Baloo’s pop up workshop!  They made bird boxes, welly boot removers and catapults, and were even inventive with the off cuts of wood from the above, making them into Christmas bells to decorate the scout…

HUNGRY HIPPOS!

Cherokee Cubs enjoyed their first meeting after the summer holidays, trying out the new hungry hippos game.  It was a big hit, great fun and we saw some brilliant teamwork! Four Beavers also finished swimming up the river and into the cub den.  They were then invested as Cubs.  Welcome to Alex, Georgia, Kieran and…

Yorkshire Wildlife Trust

Last weekend some members of Apache Scouts and Cherokee Cubs attended the first of the Backyard Wildlife Workshops run by Anna from the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust.  An excellent morning making bird boxes and bird food.  Looking forward to the next workshop on Saturday building hedgehog houses and painting tyre planters to brighten up the garden…

Chief Scout Bronze Award

Three more Bronze Chief Scout Awards were presented to Beavers.  Congratulations to Alex, Mason and Robert.

Splish Splash!

Beavers had fun team games with water this week.  First they had to build their own ballista, and then got to fire water bombs at each other.  That was followed by pass the cup of water down the lodge and transfer the water with a sponge.  All great fun and they didn’t go home too…

End of Term Fun

Explorers have completed the term playing ten pin bowling and pool (with maybe a bit of cheating!)  Enjoy the summer and good luck to those awaiting exam results.

BEAVER CYCLISTS

It was a perfect night to be out on our bikes, and we’re really proud of all the Beavers for doing their best when cycling to North Ferriby and back.  Big thank you to all the parents that joined us too, making sure that no-one ended up in the river!  

HESSLE FEAST

A great big well done to everyone that helped with litter picking at Hessle Feast.  We collected twenty three bags of rubbish between us, which was brilliant.  We also worked with the Coop promoting their membership scheme and the local community fund (which we are recipients of at the moment), as well as cooking s’mores…

Come and Visit Hessle!

Working towards their Local Knowledge badge this week, the Cubs made a poster of all the reasons to come and visit Hessle!