Month: February 2016

Woody’s Final Austria Update

Our party has safely returned from their adventure in Austria, tired, weary but with memories that will last a lifetime. I am looking forward to speaking to our Scouts, Explorers and Leaders and hearing all about their great adventure. Over the last week I have been following the feedback from Austria with growing pride and admiration. Our party had a great time, threw themselves into the activities and gave one hundred percent effort and enthusiasm. Their conduct was a credit to 1st Bedworth and to Scouting in general, parents and carers you can be truly proud of your youngsters.
I cannot praise Ryan and his team highly enough, they did a magnificent job. As someone who has had the privilege to lead and co-lead a number of international trips I appreciate the amount of work that is involved in delivering a successful experience. I am proud to have leaders of such calibre and dedication as members of the 1st Bedworth team. I am confident that the future of the Group in in safe and secure hands as the new generation of young adults at 1st Bedworth  take the Group onto even greater events and experiences than ever before

More Beduff Brains !!!

Following on from our success in the District Scout Quiz we are proud of our Explorer team who came second in the District Explorer Quiz on Wednesday. Well done Mel, Matt, Lewis & Tom you are an excellent team. Congratulations to the team from Coton Explorers who came first.

Beduff Brains

We are really proud of Ben, Hollie, Nicole & Ryan  our ‘Brains of Beduff’ who last night lifted the Trophy at the Nuneaton District Scout Annual Quiz. There was stiff competition from several other Troops from Nuneaton, Bedworth & Bulkington but our quartet were triumphant on the night in a closely fought contest.  “This is the first time in my memory that we have won this trophy” commented Woody, our Group Scout Leader. Woody has been around a long time so it must be many years since we last won ! . The team was a joint effort between Haddon (Girls Troop) & Wilson (Lads Troop)  who for one night put aside their normal boy/girl rivalry to prove that they can be a formidable combination.


Receiving the Trophy from Sam Marshall – Nuneaton District Commissioner


Back at the hut afterwards and still celebrating.