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We would like to invite all members to the County Remembrance Service will take place on Saturday 11th November 2017, at Cannon Hill Park. This year... August 1st 2017 marks the 60th Anniversary of the opening of the Scout Jubilee Jamboree, Indaba & Moot (JIM) held in Sutton Park. The Jamboree w... CSA certificates are normally sent to you within two weeks of application, but this is to inform County members that there will be no certificates s... We are pleased to be able to confirm this years concerts and performances. Orchestra Concerts The Orchestra will be playing on the Friday 4 and Sat...
Introduction To Beavers
Beavers are usually aged between six and eight years old, though they can be as young as five and three quarters.
Earlier entry is at the Beaver Scout Leader’s discretion (for example, to allow someone a little bit younger to join at the same time as their friends).
A group of Beaver Scouts is called a Colony, and each Colony can be split up into smaller groups called Lodges. Beavers have a Promise and Motto, but there is not a Beaver Scout Law. The concepts of the Scout Law should be presented to Beavers through games, storytelling and other informal devices. Beaver Scouts are the youngest section of the Scouting family. Their activities are based around making things, outdoor activities, singing, playing games, going out on visits, investigating nature, listening to stories, learning how to be safe and most importantly, making new friends.