The home of Scouting in Cranleigh and the surrounding areas

Author: Dave Saunders

Fund Raising Events

Thanks for those who helped on the Mabac Run in March. The Scout group have received a generous £1000 donation for providing four water stations for the very appreciative runners.

The next opportunity to help raise funds for the group will be on Sunday 30th June where we attend to the car parking for the Cranleigh Show. Two hour slots from 10am you may well be rewarded with a complimentary show ticket. Email Colin or Dave to express your interest. Children under 14 years not permitted to assist – Show rules.

Water Stations for MABAC Runnners 31st March 2019.

Our Group receives a considerable amount of funds by providing 3 water stations for the 15/21 mile road race on 31st Sunday March –  Race Starts 9am    Mothers Day and clock go back as well.
It’s a great family activity – poring water into cups and handing to grateful runners as they plod bye. Take my word it’s really good fun – water action and smiles.
Anyway please volunteer by email to [email protected] or pick up a flyer at the HQ next time picking up kiddos. Thanks Dave Saunders AGSL and Colin GSL.

Tommy’s 1918 Saint John’s Gospel

At the Village Remembrance Day Service the local churchs together group handed out a number of a souvenir Gospel tracks which the Tommy’s were given during the Great War. Many people failed to get a copy as they were quickly all given out. We now have a few available and they are in the lobby of Scout HQ in the box labelled gift aid.   Please help yourself.   DS

11th November – Remembrance Day Parade.

All Beaver, Cubs and Scouts to meet at the Scout HQ in Village Way at 9.45pm in full and proper uniform.

Poppies and metal lapel badges will be available – donations to Poppy Appeal.

To parade to the War Memorial for Centenary Service – collect from Legion/ Sports club Car Park after 11.30am

Thank you Colin and Leaders.

Tom’s Funeral

Tom Worsfold funeral will be at St Nicolas Church at 1.30pm on Wednesday 21st November.

Followed by internment at the cemetery and a wake at Cranleigh School dining hall.

All are welcome please wear Scout uniform as applicable.

Bon Fire clear up – Sunday 4th November 2018 8.15am

The Scout Group is well rewarded by the Cranleigh Lions for clearing up the C   ommon after the antics of Saturday night.  It takes about 20 supporters and Scout / Explorers 1.5 hours from 8.15am on the Sunday morning – so you can be home by 10 am for a cooked breakfast or going to church.

So please turn up at 8.15am at the Repaircraft car park – by the bridge on the right with warm clothes stiff boots and good attitude ( finding lost £ 10 notes ).  Cheap plastic gloves, hi viz tops and black bags provided.

No need to book in.    Cubs must be accompanied by a parent.

Thanks Dave and Colin