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100 Years Cub Camp – at The Oaks Charnwood, July 2016

A brilliant camp to celebrate 100 years of Cub Scouts. Lots of activities such as climbing, archery, wide games, assault course, the black hole, camp fires and many more! Lots of fun in the sun but a camp isn’t a camp without a bit of rain (which we had!). Enjoy the photos…


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More Jamboree Updates

Two videos from Nottinghamshire’s Hoods at the first week of the World 23rd Scout Jamboree Jamboree in Japan


6th Beeston AGM – Monday 6th July

We would like to invite all young members, parents, volunteers and supporters to attend our Annual General Meeting.

The AGM will be held between Beavers and Cubs at 6:30pm in the Scout HQ on Monday 6th July 2015. In advance of the meeting, you can read the Annual Report and Annual Accounts (2014-2015) by vising our Reports and Accounts page.

Reports and Accounts

Volunteer to join the Executive Committee

Get in touch if you are interested in joining the management of the group. We have current vacancies for:

  • Maintenance Officer
  • Social Secretary
  • Fundraiser
  • Ordinary Committee Member


We look forward to seeing you there!

Next Group Reunion

The next group Reunion will be Saturday 7 May 2016 at 7pm

Broxtowe Community Festival


6th Beeston Scouts participated in the 11th Broxtowe Community Festival which took place at Round Hill School in Beeston on Saturday 13th June.

The event celebrates the diversity of the population within the Borough.

The District Commissioner said:

They did a fantastic job in adverse weather conditions with fire lighting, cooking dampers, and a low ropes challenge, all of which attracted considerable public interest. Well done guys!

The Deputy Mayor of Broxtowe (Cllr Graham Harvey) spent some time with us. He is a former leader at 2nd Chilwell (Christ Church) Scout Group.

Four adults expressed an interest in volunteering and six potential young members have been passed details of their local Groups, all of which proves that engagement with the communities we serve can reap rewards!

We have already booked ourselves a larger space for next year’s event when we hope to provide even more challenging activities for current and prospective members.