The Cubs section is lead Annie Clear and Sarah Chamberlain They have both been with section for a number of years and took over as Joint Leaders recently. They are ably
assisted by several assistant leaders and young leaders from our Explorer section.
Boys or Girls can join Cubs from eight years old with many of them previously being Beavers, although this is
not a requirement.
Being older children, the activities increase accordingly: Cubs learn to cook for themselves as well as putting up tents and making camp. They learn enhanced first aid skills
including CPR. Other outdoor activities include pioneering (building structures, towers, bridges and giant catapults using wooden poles and rope), kyaking, athletics and geocashing
how to become responsible members of the community, assisting in projects around the town.
Cubs undertake regular camps both in our grounds or at other sites within the southeast; these can be
anything from a weekend to seven days. The activites become more challenging building on existing skills with more exciting activities to earn the achievement badges.
If you would like to know more
about joining or helping out at Cubs please send us a message via the contacts page: Contacts