An evening of building and untangling to show the Scouts that team work gets better results. An enjoyable evening with some great Marshmallow towers.
A great turnout for Remembrance parade this year.
The Scouts had an evening of 1st Aid hosted by Mel (Penny’s Mum) and Penny herself who is proficient in her 1st Aid skills.
The Scouts learned how to perform CPR, the Recovery Position and how to use a Defibrillator. Certainly #lifeskills everyone should know.
Thank you to Mel and Penny for running the evening and we hope that these skills can save a life when the need arrises.
The Scouts went to Hampton Court Palace Ice Skating for their last meeting of the year.
Enjoy the festive season, the leaders look forward to seeing you all again in the new year!
Thank you to all of the Beavers, Cubs, Scouts and Explorers that attended the parade to commemorate the contribution of British and Commonwealth military and civilian servicemen and women in the two World Wars and later conflicts.
Well done to the flag bearers who did a fantastic job!
2nd Molesey’s Annual Awards & 92nd Birthday celebrations were held on the 12th October 2018. We had good attendance from leaders, helpers, parents and group members which made for a great evening.
The following awards were presented.
Beaver of the Year: Erin S
Chief Scout Bronze Award: Erin S
Cub of the Year: Seb W
Shere Khan Challenge: Ethan L
Kaa’s Coils of Endeavour: Wilfred H
Chief Scout Silver Award: Chris L
Scout of the Year: Nyah
Scroll of Endeavour: Adam
Rookie of the Year: George B
Chief Scout Gold Award: Scarlett H, Christian N, Owen S, Euan, Charlie
Explorer Scout Awards
Explorer Scout of the Year: Harry S
Trophy of Endeavour: Matthew S
The President’s Cup was awarded to Phil S for his outstanding contributions to the 2nd Molesey Scout Group.
A huge congratulations to Rose for getting her 40 years service award! And to Pam for her 25 years service award!
Welcome James and Geoff to 2nd Molesey who were invested as leaders for the Explorers section. Good luck and happy Scouting!
The evening’s video presentation and some photos can be viewed below.
The Scout Troop Summer Camp took place in a Farmers field near Bovey Tracey in Devon for 9 days.
We had fantastic weather for the most part. The last few days had set in rain which did make for a hard time packing up.
The Scouts camped in patrols and were self sufficient in catering for themselves over wood fires.
Quite a few of our younger Scouts attending and did an amazing job. Overall, it was an amazing camp.
Some pictures of the campsite showing in and around the site.
The Scouts climbed and abseiled with DartRock at their indoor climbing wall.
The Scouts took part in Caving with DartRock.
Something new this year with Rafting/Coasteering.
The Scouts and Leaders went Hawking and flew a wide range of birds of prey. However, due to the rain and strong winds the session was cut short.
Although, still a very enjoyable afternoon.
Kayaking and Paddle Boarding
The Scouts went Kayaking and Paddle boarding in a lake. A fun filled afternoon with most of the Scouts in the water rather than on boats.
A quick session of Archery
Evie, Owen and Finlay took part in the District Archery Competition on Sunday 24th June at 1st ClayGate.
a huge congratulations for placing 2nd overall for team scores. Finlay had a brilliant session and landed 1st place for highest individual score.
Well done all of you!
The Cubs and Scouts went to Youlbury in Oxford for their Activity camp in June.
We were lucky to have glorious sunshine for most of the weekend. The Cubs and Scouts took part in Abseiling, Climbing Wall, Archery and Shooting.
For many of the Cubs it was their first time taking part in Archery and Shooting and they did very well.
The Scouts visited the National Physical Laboratory in May.