2019 Kayaking

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2005 Group Camp at Cranham

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1989 String Trail on Camp at Youlbury

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We have been lucky to be selected as one of the causes to receive funding from the Co-op Local Community Fund.


If you shop in the Co-op and are a member please select the 46th Gloucester Scout Group as your chosen cause to receive 1% when you spend on selected own branded products and services. 


All money received from this will go towards the Group’s minibus fund.


Thank you for your support.

Our Cub Scouts take Girls and Boys from the ages of 8 - 10 ½.   The Cubs meet on Wednesday evenings, 6pm - 7.30pm, Weekly Subs are £2.  The uniform is a Green Sweatshirt, navy trousers and our Groups Kneckerchief.


Cub Scouts enjoy new adventures while making new friends along the way. Their commitment is recognised by over thirty activity badges. As well as regular weekly meeting, Cub Scouts also go camping, play games, explore the outdoors, try adventurous activities – such as climbing, sailing and archery, meet people from their local community, experience the culture of other countries and keep themselves and others safe.


This month is Group camp where all sections join together for a weekend camp.  During May the older Cubs had fun on their annual Sixer’s & Seconder’s Camp, this year they chose to go to Rhydd Covert Camp Site and visit West Midlands Safari Park, also during May they learnt about the World Scout Jamboree with Jamboree in a box, they are also going to be kayaking on the Gloucester and Sharpness Canal during Go Canoe Week.  In April the Cubs have a busy month they joined the rest of the Group for an Easter Egg Hunt and wide game on Robinswood Hill, had a water safety session in Gloucester Docks with a volunteer from Canal River Trust, and went on a short hike on Robinswood Hill, they took part in Gloucester Districts St. Georges Day Parade. In March the Cubs went to watch a Pantomime, completed their stage 1 Digital Maker Badge, they also had fun bouncing around at Lunar City in GL1.  During February they completed their Communicators Badge and worked towards some of the Challenge Badges, and also enjoyed an evening of Bouldering.  In January 3 Cubs entered this years District Cub Quiz. 


2018 was another busy year for the Cubs with 4 camps, these included a week camp during the Summer holidays in Wales which saw them tackling a high ropes course, power boating, footgolf and visiting places in the area, they also enjoyed a sleepover at Gobananas soft play.  During the year they also went on trips to an ice cream parlour, a tall ship trip and museum in Bristol, Westbury Court Gardens.  They went bell boat racing, kayaking, a torchlight tour of the Waterways Museum in Gloucester, a visit to Costa Coffee, a City Trail around Gloucester and Cirencester, Scavenger Hunt, Geocaching and many other activities and visitors.  Seven Cubs achieved their Chief Scout Silver Award which is the highest award that a Cub can gain.


Below you can see a diagram of the position of badges and awards for Cubs   You can find out about the Cubs badges on the National Scout Website.  You can find the link for this on our Useful Links Page.


If you are interested in joining our Cub Pack, please email 46thgloucester@gmail.com or the Cub Leader on akela46thcubs@gmail.com for more information.