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Southampton City Scouts News
Posted on Sunday, September 30th, 2018
It’s been a busy Summer, with many of our young people attending various camps across the country. Here’s a round up of what happened while school was out for summer!
This year, the scout troop made their way to Chelwood near Bath for a week of activities including caving, cycling around the canels and kayaking on the river Avon – Including operating the locks
Rather than rely on adults to get them to camp. The 9th Scouts made their own way from Southampton to Brownsea Island (Home of the first scout camp). Find out more about their adventure below:
13th Southampton Sea Scouts
The 13th Group held their Summer camp locally at our district camp site in the New Forest. There was still plenty of water, even on dry land.
14th Southampton (Wednesday Troop)
These scouts attened Jurassic International Jamboree in Purbeck. A week long camp with the chance to meet other scouts from over the world.
14th Southampton (Friday Troop)
A very adventerous week for this troop. They made it all the way to the Peak District and climbed some very impressive rock faces.
29th Immaculata Southampton
The Scouts spent their summer camp and enjoyed a swim at the pyramids, took part in archery, tunneling, climbing at Rock Up and rafting. Along with a few visits out and taking on an assault course. The usual Scouting skills and hiking were also included. Here’s a few photos for you…
SSAGO (Student Scouts and Guides)
The Southampton Student Scout and Guide Organisation take to the Lake District for their week-long summer camp!
Explorers (Apollo, Enterprise, Endeavour and Nemesis Units)
Our 4 Explorer units spent 5 days camping out at Walhampton School in the New Forest. Durin their stay they took a trip to the Isle of White for some coasteering, visited Lymington Water Park and powerboated to the Needles.
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Posted on Monday, May 14th, 2018
Watch this incedible birds-eye video from this year’s District Camp. Drone footage of Lyons Copse Camp Site and Kayaking.
Can you spot yourself?
Posted on Monday, February 5th, 2018
Last weekend, over 40 Scouts and leaders spent the day blasting paint-balls at each other at Delta-Force in Romsey. Young people from the 2nd, 7th, 13th, 14th and 29th took part in 12 team games ranging from defending castles, protecting the president in an apocalyptic London and surviving a zombie invasion.
It was a great day of working together, meeting other people from local groups and having the opportunity to shoot paint at each other for fun. We were blessed with a sunny and dry day, although it was pretty chilly.
Well done to everyone who took part. We had some wonderful feedback from the organisers to say that the Scouts were all brilliantly behaved and got really stuck in with the games. Follow the link below to see some of the photos we took on the day.
Scout Leader (2nd)
Posted on Wednesday, December 13th, 2017
Last weekend Southampton City Network along with members from Southampton and Solent SSAGO’s had a festive weekend at our district campsite. Activities included a fire (of course), a Christmas Dinner with all the works and other games. They even found time to help keep the site looking great. Thanks to all who took some time out to work onsite, fixing the gate post to the enclosure and clearing up the site.
Posted on Sunday, May 14th, 2017
Posted on Monday, May 8th, 2017
And they’re off!!! Last week the Beavers section have held their annual Wacky Races and Picnic on Southampton Common. Over 40 young people from 5 colonies created their own cardboard cars and raced them.
We raised a whopping £163.85 for the district charity – PICU, helping children in intensive care at Southampton General Hospital. Congratulations to all the young people who took part and thanks to the leaders that helped organise & run the event.
Posted on Monday, November 26th, 2012
Cubs under 91/2 (5 Packs competed.)
1st :29th 2nd: 2nd and 22nd 4th: 11th
Cubs over 91/2 (6 Packs completed)
1st: 14th 2nd:22nd 3rd:7th
1st: 14th 48 points 2nd: 22nd 44 points 3rd: 7th 33 points
Scouts (6 Troops completed)
1st: 13th 2nd:22nd 3rd :29th
1st:11th 2nd: 22nd 3rd:13th
1st:11th 63 points 2nd 13th 55 points 3rd :22nd 54 points
1st: 22nd 98 points 2nd:: 11th 85 points 3rd:2nd 66 points
1st Nemesis 2nd Endeavour
Sincere thanks to Graham, Ian, George, Pat and all other officials. Pat Davis, Carol, Daphne, Joan, George Gail, Patsy, Jane, Rose, the DC and all Leaders and helpers for a successful evening. Also not forgetting the Pool staffand anyone else who helped in any way.
With the sale of Programmes, £89 and a very successful draw, (with many thanks to the Groups for the excellent prizes) £143 and plaques donated £36 we were able to pass to the District £232.
Once again thank you to everybody.
Doreen Old (Chair Sports Committee)