Monday evenings Beavers 5.30 pm to 6.30 pm. Cubs 6.45 pm to 8.00 pm Scout Troop 7.30 pm to 9.00 pm
Age Groups Beavers from 6 years to 8 years. Our Colony opened in September 2018. Cubs from 8 years to 10½ years. Our Pack opened in January 2019. Scouts 10½ years to 14 years. Our Troop opened in October 2019. Explorers 14 years to 18 years, this is run at District level.
The Scout Promise and Law
Each section has its own promise. Over the years these have been updated and there are also alternatives to the traditional promise, including for those who don’t subscribe to a faith. Each Scout selects the promise they feel comfortable with and wish to use. We normally give them a letter to take home to explain the choice. When the choice is made, the parents sign the letter and return it to us. Their choice of promise will be the promise they make when they are invested. Below is the “Traditional” promise and the most common “Alternative” promise, together with the Laws for each section.
I promise to do my best to be kind and helpful and to love God. I promise to do my best to be kind and helpful and to love our world.
There is just one version of the Cub Scout Law
Cub Scouts always do their best, think of others before themselves and do a good turn every day.
Scouts
The Scout Motto is Be Prepared
On my honour, I promise that I will do my best To do my duty to God and to the Queen, To help other people And to keep the Scout Law
On my honour, I promise that I will do my best to uphold our scout values, to do my duty to the Queen, to help other people and to keep the Scout Law.
1. A Scout is to be trusted. 2. A Scout is loyal. 3. A Scout is friendly and considerate. 4. A Scout belongs to the worldwide family of Scouts. 5. A Scout has courage in all difficulties. 6. A Scout makes good use of time and is careful of possessions and property. 7. A Scout has self-respect and respect for others.
Scout Law
There is just one version of the
Promise - Traditional Version Promise - Alternative Version
Promise - Traditional Version Promise - Alternative Version
Promise - Traditional Version Promise - Alternative Version
The two stars on the fleur-de-lis stand for Truth & Knowledge. Each star has five points.  The ten points of the stars once represented the ten points of the original Scout Law.  However, now there are only seven Scout Laws.  Here is what the different parts of the badge are also meant to signify. What is the World Membership badge meant to represent?            Traditional promise: Duty to God Alternative promise: Uphold our Scout Values Service to Others Obedience to the Scout Law The Bond of the Family of Scouting The Reef Knot  Cannot be undone however hard it is pulled.  It is symbolic of the strength of world scouting’s unity and family. The Encircling Rope represents the unity and family of the World Scout Movement. Truth Knowledge Heraldic Colours:  White or silver for purity.  Royal Purple denotes Leadership and Service. Baden Powell: The badge was taken from the “north point” we used on maps.
I promise that I will do my best to do my duty to God and the Queen to help other people and to keep the Cub Scout Law.
I promise that I will do my best to uphold our Scout values, to do my duty to the Queen, to help other people and to keep the Cub Scout Law.