cubs

 

 

Cubs Meet :  Monday 6:45 to 8:15pm

Latest Programme :  Cubs Spring 2017

Contact : cubs@99th-reading.org.uk

Cubs – boys and girls from 8 to 11

What do you do on a Monday night? Some of the things 99th Reading Cubs have done include:

  • Swimming
  • First Aid
  • Table Tennis
  • Visited a fire station
  • Visited a Hindu Temple, Jewish Synagogue, Christian Church, Sikh Gurdwara
  • Made junk models
  • Made cakes, biscuits, pizzas, sweets, pancakes
  • Made friends
  • Fancy Dress Party
  • Bonfire & fireworks

Every year we go to Camp, with activities such as Climbing, Abseiling, Raft building, Canoeing, Archery, Camp-fire singing, Sleeping in tents, Midnight feasts, Exploring.

But you’ve never done anything like this before? Cubs enjoy trying new things, visiting new places, developing new interests and making new friends.

Our Law says

Cub Scouts always do their best,

Think of others before themselves,

And do a good turn every day

So being ‘good’ at something isn’t important, but having a go and doing your best is.

Cubs aren’t selfish, so they don’t drop litter, they help out on Remembrance Sunday, they join in with environmental clean-up activities, and they offer a helping hand whenever one is needed.

And finally, doing a good turn every day can be quite hard, but it’s worth the effort!

For more information on Cubs in general, please click here, or to find out more about 99th Reading Cubs contact David Roper (Akela) on Cubs@99th-Reading.org.uk