Group AGM

You are invited to the

Group AGM


May 23rd

It will be a very short meeting, to hear what has happened in the past year.

What’s coming in the future.

How we spend your subs.

Elect executive committee.

Beavers can arrive early and go into Cubs.

Please support the group and attend.

St George’s Day Parade, Sunday April 29th.

St George’s Day Parade, Sunday April 29th.

Meet at St Edburgs church at 2.15. The service will start at 2.30. This will be followed by a parade around the Market Square (similar to Remembrance Day) and we expect to finish at about 3.30.  Full smart uniform should be worn, including black, navy or dark grey school trousers or navy Scout trousers (no jeans, leggings or jogging bottoms) and school shoes if possible. Bring a coat if it is wet. There will be a collection during the service so please bring a little change. Please note the church gets very full and parents will only be allowed in after all uniformed members are seated.

Scouts 20/04/18

Friday, April 20th Scouts. As it is going to be a nice evening, we will be out for games. Start and finish normal times in the hall.

Scouts 16/03/18 Bowling

Meet at Bicester Bowl at 5.55pm, collect at-7pm. Wear Scout polo and Scout fleece. Scouts do not need to wear their neckerchief or uniform trousers; jeans, jogging bottoms etc are fine. Our package includes 2 games and a drink, so the Scouts should not bring any extra money with them.

Beavers & Cubs 14/03/18

As the weather is forecast to be quite cold on Wednesday, we are only going to meet for an hour from 6.15 -7.15. If we have to cancel due to bad weather, we will update here and our facebook page and will also contact parents by email after 4pm on the day. They will need old warm clothes, hat, gloves and wellington boots or old trainers. Bring a small torch.

Beavers & Cubs 07/03/18


Please don’t forget we are testing the Beaver badges tomorrow. To gain a badge the Beavers need to show that they have put in some time and effort, so we are expecting to see either a drawing or one or two sentences for each badge (depending on age and ability), as well as the bits they want to show or talk about.

for example

Animal friend:  Keep a note of how you have looked after the animal for two weeks – either drawing, writing short sentence or captions for their photos. 

Collector: a picture or sentence about their favourite object, or a list of their collection

Sports: write a sentence or draw a picture of themselves playing the sport, or write captions for their photos.

Hobbies: either a sentence about why they enjoy it or a drawing of themselves doing it or captions for the photos.


Please don’t forget to bring a named board game, that your child knows how to play.

We are also testing Animal Carer, Book Reader, My Faith, Hobbies, Collector, Physical Recreation or Martial Arts. To gain a Cub badge, the Cubs need to have spent time and effort on it, so we are expecting to see evidence of this with either some writing (a couple of sentences), drawing or labeled photos for each badge as well as the bits they want to show.