Category: Activity Reports

Cubs and Axes

At the end of May our Cubs learnt how to use Axes safely and then how to throw some!


Here are some pictures of our Cubs learning how to use axes safely.

And a few pictures of our Cubs throwing axes!


Well done Cubs and a big thank you to all of the Leaders who help keep the nights safe and very fun!

Cubs Shelter Building!

This week our Cubs put in some amazing effort building shelters at the hut!

They were encouraged to be creative and all of our Cub Leaders were very impressed with not only the effort but each and everyone’s behaviour and helpfulness towards each other.

See what you think to their efforts…

All of our Cub Leaders are very proud of you, well done!

Cubs Local Knowledge Badge

This week our Cubs completed the…

…Local Knowledge Activity Badge!

Cubs Local Knowledge Activity Badge

The Cubs learnt about the Bedworth Coat of Arms and how it was formed from many parts of the local area.

Bedworth Coat of Arms

We also learnt about some of the famous people that were born in Bedworth.

George Elliot (Mary Anne Evans), Pete Doherty and Nick Skelton to name a few!

To bring out their creativity we asked our Cubs to design some posters to show parts of Bedworth and to promote the town, as always the Cubs did fantastic.

See what you think!

Miners Wheel and Soldiers

Miners wheel, coal, Alms Houses, Bricks and a poppy

Alms houses, bricks and soldiers

Miners cart in Bedworth Miners Park

Poster of site seeing land marks in Bedworth


Poster advertising Bedworth with landmarks, old culture and facts

Well done Cubs!

Cubs – Our February 2021 Lockdown Activities


I think it’s fair to say our lockdown already this year in Cubs has been nothing less than extraordinary! Especially with the amazing support we have had from the adults of all our Cubs.

A big thank you from all of our Cub Leaders at 1st Bedworth Scout Group!

This year we kicked our activities into over drive, no more of this lock down pausing and waiting to get on with things… have a look at some of the fantastic things these Cubs have done last month!

Cub artist badge

With the Artist badge we kicked off with some very creative salt dough creations!

Salt dough minecraft objects   Salt dough butterfly

Salt dough creation of an M  Salt dough of a cub and smiley face  Salt dough of an N and a bridge Salt dough of a T Rex

Salt dough snake  Salt dough a blue among us character


Cub chef badge  Cub skills challenge award badge  Cub home help badge

And as is tradition for many, we too cooked some pancakes…

Cub made pancake   Cub made pancake

Cub made pancake   Cub made pancake

Cub made pancake   Cub made pancake

Cub made pancake   Cub made pancake

Cub made pancake   Cub made pancake

Cub made pancake   Cub made pancake  Cub made pancake

As you can see, these look flipping brilliant!


Well done to all of you Cubs!

Cub Astronomers Badge

This week our Cubs completed the first half of…

…the Astronomers Badge!

Cubs Astronomers Activity Badge

We learnt about our Solar System, the planets, satellites, comets, asteroids, stars and much more! Although many of the Cubs had a good understanding of some parts of space, so we got to expand our learning about the Mars Mission with SpaceX and why we have observatories in specific locations. Finishing off the night the Cubs took to the screen and helped to create another picture, again their talents never cease to amaze us!

Well Done Cubs!
Cubs image of our Solar system. Showing the planets, some stars and huge amounts of creativity!

Cubs Animal Carers Badge

This week our Cubs completed the second half…

…of the animal carers badge!

Each Cub had looked after a pet and learnt how to care for a new animal.


One of the Cubs even managed to convince her dad (with mums help) to get a hamster which was swiftly named ‘Sparkles’! Over the course of the two months, 2 lovely dogs also became family members to two other Cub households.

The virtual meetings and activities finished off with a brain storm for getting a pet Crocodile! And creation of posters promoting Animal Safety… I think you’ll agree with us, they did a fantastic job!

Our Monday Nights Animal Safety Poster

Our Thursday Nights Animal Safety Poster


Tesco’s Bags of Help Scheme

Last year we had the amazing opportunity to be involved in Tesco’s Bags of Help scheme. Tesco customers voted in our local Tesco stores and we bagged £2,000 from Tesco’s Bags of Help community grant scheme. Click below to learn more and how you can get involved!

Sailing Adventure

Mel, Jess & Ben who are three of our Explorer Scouts, together with Richard, Jo & Sam who are three of our leaders Enjoyed  a sailing adventure. They were onboard a yacht called ‘Offshore Scout’ which is a modern Oyster 49 ketche belonging to ‘Adventures Offshore’. On Saturday 20th August they joined the yacht at Ipswich. On Sunday they sailed to Ramsgate. They crossed the Channel to Dunkirk on Monday. On the crossing they managed to get two sails up and go without the motor. Tuesday was spent exploring Dunkirk. On Wednesday they were off on their adventures again when the sailed to Ostend. On the trip to Ostend the wind was in a good direction for sailing and they enjoyed a day of good speed. They had five sails up and the yacht had a good lean. They had a little time in Ostend before setting off later on Friday for the long  overnight crossing back to the U.K.

Adventures Offshore is a sail training charity based on the UK east coast offering a wide range of offshore sailing adventures to young people and adults, in UK waters and beyond. As part of the worldwide Scouting movement, they share and aim to supplement the objectives of The Scout Association. Scouting exists to actively engage and support young people in their personal development, empowering them to make a positive contribution to society. Adventures Offshore, use offshore sailing as a tool to achieve these objectives, by providing young people with the opportunity to participate in a uniquely adventurous and exciting activity in a challenging environment.  Follow this link to see more photo’s

Scout & Explorer Activity Day

On Saturday 22nd April  10 Scouts & Explorers, accompanied by 4 Leaders enjoyed Adventure Day at Beaudesert Scout Activity Centre  in Staffordshire. The Scouts & Explorers    enjoyed Crate Stacking, Jacob’s Ladder & the Via-Ferreta which are all ‘roped’ activities at height.. The activities were led by Beaudesert’s excellent activity staff.  The Scout had the opportunity to pass three sections of their Adventure Challenge Award. Beaudesert also has an excellent camp shop known as the ‘Providor’, everyone took the opportunity to visit the Providor to buy souvenirs , ice creams , sweets and the like.  Everyone had great day. To see some photo’s of the day click here