You may have seen in the news this week that being a member of Scouts or Guides as a child can decrease a person’s chances of suffering with poor mental health as an adult by 15%. It comes as no surprise to those of us who work with the Beavers, Cubs, Scouts and Explorers as we see them develop over the years they are with us, gaining in self-confidence and building valuable life skills. We’d love to offer Scouting to more young people in Cranleigh, but we don’t have enough adult leaders, so if you want to get involved and help us build the next generation, please contact me!
This years St Georges Day parade is on Sunday 24 April at Guildford Cathedral. We need to be assembled by 2:15pm so we can march to the Cathedral in time for the service at 3pm. Collection will be from outside the Cathedral entrance at 4pm.
Please park in the pay and display car parks near the old ivy covered sports centre and we’ll assemble on the road outside in our groups.
Can you please ensure that your Beaver/Cub/Scout is wearing full uniform with smart black shoes. Coats will only be permitted in the case of heavy rain, so like Remembrance Day, please ensure they are wearing enough layers under their tops to remain warm.
Any questions, please just as your section leaders.
Each year our Scout Group takes the opportunity of raising monies by organising watering stages for this local run. There are usually about 800 runners who take part – most of them in preparation for the London Marathon.
To be at a water station is great fun especially for small kiddies who like poring water into cups.
So please send me an email on firstname.lastname@example.org or a text on 07973 229052 to take part. It all kicks off at 8.00am and finish around midday. I will be calling parents shortly to chase you all up.
Unfortunately we’re having to make some substantial changes to our Beaver Colonies at Easter. Please read this letter for details and contact email@example.com if you are able to help.
First we run the Car Park at Notcutts for the Village Fire Works display from 5.30pm on Saturday 7th November. Explorers please come and help but no Scouts under 13 years for safety reasons. Finish at 7.45pm – just scarves.
At 7.30am on Sunday 8th November we are to clear the Common area of litter – we receive up to £ 400 from the Lions for these duties. Please meet by the smoldering bonfire in oldish clothes and boots. All Leaders Scouts and Cubs over 10 years please come along.
At 10.15am on Sunday 8th November we assemble in the Scout HQ in full uniform ready for parade to War Memorial for Remembrance Day Service with the rest of village people. Overcoats may be worn if actually raining otherwise thermal vests and long johns under your uniform. Lest we forget !!