Cubs

The Cub Pack is the next stage of the Scout family. 


The Pack accepts new members as well as ex-Beavers between the Ages of 8-10yrs. 
The Scouting journey continues with Cubs undertaking more challenging (but still safe) activities, it is during their time in Cubs that your child will undertake their first camps as part of the Group. 
Camps are great fun and teach young people some excellent life skills as well as allowing them to experience new and different things.  Typical activities for cubs might include visiting the Aviation Museum at Boscombe Down, playing games, going for longer hikes, or learning basic first aid and navigation skills.

The Cubs meet on Tuesday evenings between 6.30pm and 8pm. 

UNIFORM

As a uniformed organisation, Cubs have a relaxed uniform to help them not only be recognized as Cub Scouts, but also to help them feel part of the wider organisation. It is different from the Beaver uniform, and enables them to Move on through the section.

For Uniform and Badge Placement please click the link to the scouts.org website.

https://www.scouts.org.uk/cubs/cubs-uniform-and-badge-placement/

BADGES

To a Cub, there are many badges and awards available, Click the link below to see what you could earn, and what fun and skills you gain along the way!
From this link, you will see how the work increases, but so does the fun!

https://www.scouts.org.uk/cubs/activity-badges/