21st Lincoln Scout Group

For details of Scouting in Bracebridge Heath please email 21stLincoln.scouts@gmail.com

The 21st Lincoln Scout Group currently has 36 boys and girls, split evenly between the Beaver and Cub sections (Our Scout section is currently suspended). Both sections meet weekly during school term time as follows:

·         Beavers on Mondays

·         Cubs on Tuesdays.

The Group is run by Leaders and an Executive Committee that have all undergone Disclosure checks on behalf of the Scouting Association.  Leaders and Committee members are all volunteers that give up their time to provide an exciting and challenging experience tochildren in the local area.

Our evenings are centred around playing games, working towards badges and creating a friendly environment for a bit of light hearted competition amongst the young people.  We have occasional visits to outside organisations and run camps and activities throughout the year.

Scouting is a uniformed organisation and all Beavers, Cubs and Scouts are expected to wear their uniforms to all meetings and are encouraged to take pride in their uniforms and do their best to always look clean and smart.

During 2015 the Group took part in various activities, a few of which follow:

·  Beaver visit to the Lincoln Observatory

·  St Georges Day Parade at Lincoln Cathedral

·  Cub and Scout District Camp at Walesby Scout camp

·  Cubs nature walk

·  Beaver Skills day

·  Remembrance Sunday Parade in Bracebridge Heath

·  Visits by the Beavers and Cub sections to South Park Fire Station.

We have several exiting activities planned for 2016 including Summer camp to celebrate 100 years of Cub Scouts and Pets at home visits by the Beavers.



Would you like to help?  If you would like to get involved in Scouting there are many of ways you can help, the following are just a few examples:

·  Become a Leader, as well as gaining externally recognised skills and having a brilliant time, becoming a Scout Leader offers the chance to build on personal skills, such as teamwork, confidence and leadership

·  Join the Scout Group Executive Committee and help to manage and raise funds for the Group.  New members are always welcome and this is an excellent way to:

o        Make new friends and develop new skills

o        Put your existing skills and knowledge to good use

o        Help young people to interact with others, gain confidence and have the opportunity to reach their full potential

o        Help young people to; experience new challenges, enrich their lives and meet lifelong friends.

·  Offer a skill or hobby to train or test the Young People for awards and badges

·  Become an Occasional Helper.

If you would like to help, please email 21stLincoln.scouts@gmail.com.

Yours in Scouting

21st Lincoln (Bracebridge Heath) Scout Group