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Ages from 8-10.5. Meeting once a week. Feel free to contact the leaders for more information.
Cubs take part in a programme packed with fun, surprises and most importantly adventure! 
 
There are loads of exciting things that you can do as a Cub Scout from outdoor skills, adventurous activities, cooking and camps/sleepovers. During their time in Cubs they can earn up to 7 challenge awards, activity badges and ultimately the Chief Scout Silver Award. 
 
We also arrange visits, day trips, invite speakers in and enjoy attending County and District events that are arranged throughout the year. 
 
Cubs are able to work on activity badges at home so please click on the link "Cubs Badges" for further information. 
Please bring along a drink with you. This can be water or squash. These must be in a sports style bottle labelled with your name. You will be given opportunities during the meeting to take regular drinks.
The Pack is split into Sixes. Each will have a different colour woggle. Each six will have a Sixer (Leader) and a Seconder (Assistant). It promotes teamwork and problem solving, the Sixer and Seconder are also responsible for passing on the fundamental scouting skills.
If you wish to find out more please visit the Contact Us page and take a look at our Flickr Page to see what we get up to! 
The adults who run the Cub Scout Pack are unpaid volunteers who have completed Scouting training. If your parent would like to help out please speak to one of the Leaders or visit the contact us page, as we would be delighted!
The cost of the subs is £12.50 per month which is payable by direct debit. 
The subs are used for Capitation and Insurance for each child, upkeep of the hut and materials used each week. There maybe trips or occasions where there will be an added cost which we shall inform you about prior to the event. 
Please note that if your child does not attend a meeting for any reason, the subs will still have to be paid for the week of absence.