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St George’s Day

28 Apr 2014

Congratulations to all the Cubs, Scouts & Leaders who turned up on Sunday for Romsey’s St George’s Day Service.  You all looked extremely smart and were fantastically well behaved!  We were all very proud of you – and would like to say THANK YOU!
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Happy St George’s Day

23 Apr 2014

In ‘Scouting for Boys’, Baden-Powell referred to the Knights of the Round Table in the Arthurian Legend, and to St George who was their Patron Saint.
He then went on: ‘He is also the Patron Saint of Scouts everywhere. Therefore all Scouts should know his story. St George was typical of what a Scout should be.
‘When he was faced by a …

Winning design for Cub Centenary Badge announced

8 Apr 2014

Amber Peasant, a Cub Scout from Nottingham, has won a competition to design a badge celebrating the Cub Centenary in 2016.
Following more than 7,000 entries, Chief Scout Bear Grylls chose the winning design to represent one hundred years of Cub adventure. The Cub Scout Centenary Badge will be worn by Cub Scouts across the UK during the celebrations.
Fantastic design
Ten-year-old Amber, …

Daily Echo – Volunteers play vital role in eradicating invasive plants in New Forest

5 Apr 2014

The Daily Echo ran a report this week on Himalayan Balsam – and it featured info and photos of our work with Hampshire & IOW Trust  last year.
Daily Echo Balsam Report

Trainee pizza makers

4 Apr 2014

Last night we took 22 very excited scouts down to Dominoes in Romsey, where they were allowed to order and make their own pizza. After making the scouts look silly in hats and aprons, they were allowed through to the food prep area.
The evening started by everyone shaping their own base, some of which looked like they were going for a …