Beavers Cubs Scouts


Cubs is the second section of the Scouting movement, originally started in 1916 for younger brothers who wanted a ‘look-in’. In nearly a century, the section has constantly evolved and adapted its programme and methods to meet the changing needs of each generation of young people, and these days admits girls as well as boys.

There is a range of badges and awards available to young people in the Cub Scout Section.

Activity badges

Many of the badges available are activity badges, which allow Cub Scouts to show their progress in existing pursuits, but also to try all kinds of new things and form new interests.

Challenge awards

Gaining a challenge badge involves accomplishing a number of more ambitious tasks within the Pack or community. There are several challenge badges across a number of themes, from the physical and outdoorsy to challenges dealing with the local community or issues connected with the Scouting world.

Core badges

In addition, there are a number of special badges, obtained upon joining or moving on from the Pack, or for time spent in the Scouting movement.

Activity packs

Some activity badges are sponsored by outside companies, and these companies often provide extra exciting resource packs to help Cub Scouts towards gaining their badges.

Cub Scouts is a little more challenging than Beavers, but it comes with the reward of being able to attend camps. Cubs learn a sense of responsibility and can ultimately gain the Chief Scout Silver award should they complete the required Challenge badges during their time in the pack

Promise and Law

The Cub Scout Promise is:
“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 Cub Scout Law”

The Cub Scout Law:
“Cub Scouts always do their best
Think of others before themselves
And do a good turn every day.”

The Cub Leader is Gianni Taylor (Akela) . The Cub pack meets on Thursdays between 18:15 and 19:30