What are Cubs?
There are loads of fun things that you can do as a Cub Scout. You will get a chance to try lots of different activities like swimming, music, exploring, computing and collecting. If you do them properly you will get a badge which you can wear on your uniform.
Cub Scouts also get to go on trips and days out, to places like the zoo, theme parks or a farm. Sometimes you will be able to go camping with the rest of your Pack. This will mean you sleeping in a tent and doing loads of outdoor activities.
Cubs meet on Monday evenings from 18:15 to 19:30 *
Our base is Wellesbourne Church of England Primary School *
Name: Sarah Aston
Bio: I was first involved in Scouting as a Venture Scout in the 1980s. As a parent I wanted my children to have the opportunity to do Scouting in the village, so in 2008 I started 1st Wellesbourne Cub Pack, I have been Akela since then. I love watching the Cubs develop and grow through the opportunities and experiences we are able to offer them.
Favourite Cake: - I prefer cheese.
Name: Mark Sowter
Bio: Having moved to the area and helped to build the new Sainsbury’s in Wellesbourne, Mark signed up his family for joining the Scout group as a way of getting to know new people. He especially enjoys the outdoors and all the opportunities Souting provides. Also a keen cyclist he has been able to pass on first hand the importance of wearing a helmet.
Favourite Cake: - Carrot Cake
Name: Marc Ortu
Bio: Just like the loveable cuddly favourite from the Jungle Book, so Marc loves his Scouting full of fun and laid back. He joined Wellesbourne originally as a Leader with his children in Beavers and now works with Sarah in Cubs.
Favourite Cake: - Panettone
Name: Colin Yates
Bio: Colin is proving you are never too old to get into Scouting as he wasn’t a Cub or Scout in his younger years. He decided to become involved after helping 1st Wellesbourne Beavers at Get In! 2018, where the amount of fun and adventure exceeded his wildest expectations! His son is currently a Beaver, so he’s looking forward to sharing more adventures with him in due course.
Favourite Cake: - Chocolate with added Chocolate!
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There is a plan for every child to progress through from Cubs to Scouts.
Cubs start at age 8 1/2 and swim up to Scouts on or around their 10th Birthday.
Leaders planning meeting
International day of education
Global issues - international rescue and charity
Global issues - Waste / Foreign items
No Cubs half term
Personal challenge feedback
Local knowledge - map and poster
Local Knowledge - coat of arms and talk
Local Knowledge - visit
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