Wednesday Night saw our Chief Scout Awards. We were joined by members of all sections of Rotherham Scouts and the Mayor of Rotherham. There were big smiles all around when the children came up front to receive their award. A massive thank you to John and Jackie for organising it for everyone.
On Wednesday 11th the 1st Rotherham Beavers visited Pets at Home to work on their Animal Friend Badge. They had a fun exciting evening where they learnt how to look after their pets and what food they eat.
We recently hosted the Chief Scout Awards at the Carlton Park Hotel where Beavers, Cubs, Scouts and Explorers all received the highest award they can get in their section. We had 17 Beavers receive the Bronze Award. 12 Cubs receive the Silver Award. 6 Scouts get their Gold Award and 2 Explorers receive their Bronze DofE Award and Young Leader READ MORE
Today was the day of our Annual Cub Scout Cooking Competition. On the menu this year were orange fruit cups, chicken and pasta and mars bar and rice krispie cakes. There wasn’t much left over and all the groups that entered had a wonderful time. As the pictures show. There were three groups that entered this year. The first group READ MORE
If you weren’t like me and stayed up you’ll have probably missed the world Scout Jamboree Opening Ceremony. Featuring an amazing Drone show and Live bands and even Bear Grylls Himself. It’s was an awesome show put on for everyone. You can watch it below. The opening ceremony starts at about 40 minutes in.
In June 2019, four Scouts from 5th Rotherham (Maltby) completed their Expedition Challenge Award. Jonah, Kayleigh, Chelsie and Harry (left to right) Here’s what they had to say about their adventure… Before the expedition we spent two sessions at Scouts planning our route and where on the map we had to reach for each point. We also made our menus READ MORE
On Saturday 4th May a group of scouts from the 35th Rotherham scout troop, took part in a sponsored boat pull on the Chesterfield canal. We pulled the Dawn Rose along a stretch of 3 miles, from Clarborough to Clayworth in Nottinghamshire. We raised a grand total of £247.50, with £50 going to the Chesterfield Canal Trust and £197.50 going READ MORE