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The Scout Hall

 

Following the really enjoyable skittles evening the other Saturday Karen, Dan and I have volunteered to coordinate “The Friends of Charlton Kings Scouts” group.So what’s it all about? Well… the purpose of “The Friends” group will be to support the Charlton Kings Scout Group in providing extra help with fundraising, social events and scouting activities in a fun and sociable way.

Firstly we’d like to get a feel for how many parents would like to become members of ”The Friends of Charlton Kings Scouts” Group.

It would also be great to see you Saturday 9th Nov to help with the Hall Maintenance / Gardening session 10:00 to 12:00…

Please respond to phil.miller2@btinternet.com to let us know whether you are willing to be a ‘friend’ to your child(ren)’s Scout group.

We will be in touch soon ……..

Thanks

Karen, Phil and Dan

(Parents of kids that are Scout members)

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Centenary Year

Charlton Kings Scouts celebrated their Scouting Centenary throughout 2010, with a series of special events.

The Group, which first met in February 1910, now has over 200 members and continues to thrive and grow at a steady rate. It boasts an Explorer section, two Scout troops, three Cub packs and two Beaver colonies – the second of which opened in 2010. Read the rest of this entry »

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Centenary Camp

Our Centenary Camp held at Cranham in June this year was a great success with over 110 Beavers, Cubs, Scouts and Explorers attending over the weekend + around 60 leaders and Adults. The weather was great and activities included rifle shooting, archery, backwoods cooking, confidence course, woggle making, water rockets and fire lighting. Read the rest of this entry »

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Centenary

GENERATIONS of Scouts went to Charlton Kings for a party to remember.More than 300 former and current Scouts turned out to enjoy the centenary celebrations of the 7th Cheltenham (Charlton Kings) Scout Group. Group Scout leader Julien LePlain said it was particularly impressive that the group had continued to operate through two world wars and said the event had been a big success. Read the rest of this entry »

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