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April 2016

Photos form the St Georges Day Parade

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Sunday 24th April 2016 – St Georges Day Parade. Once again the Parade will take place on the Sunday afternoon of the 24 April.  We expect all Beavers, Cubs, Scouts and Explorers to attend in full uniform (please).  As we have one of the larges (if not the largest) Groups in the St Albans District it would be nice for all members to attend.

Time and Locations:        civic                                                                                                         1:30 pm at Civic Centre Car park                   2.00 pm parade sets off
3.00 pm ceremony in Cathedral Orchard
3.30 pm latest, dismiss
Parents and supporters welcome to line route and watch ceremony –
Plan for form up in Orchard is attached Beavers at front, Cubs then Scouts, leaders stay with sections. On the morning of the parade a notification will be posted on Facebook group and the St Albans District website confirming that the weather is OK to go ahead. All leaders and their families are welcome to join the District Team at the Hare and Hounds pub http://www.hareandhoundsstalbans.co.uk/ after the dismissal
Any queries please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

The Leaders of the 1st London Colney Scout Group


Chinese New Year

International Activity BadgeWhy not celebrate Chines New Year on the 7th and 8th of February by crating some colourful and decorative Chinese paper lanterns.  This activity can help towards your Artist Activity Badge and your International Activity Badge.

Download this handy sheet help make your Chines Paper Lanterns.Artist Activity Badge

Also get your section in the festive mood by giving them facemasks for each of the 12 animals represented by the Chinese new year.


Swimming Gala – 30th January 2016

Due to a lack of take up from both the Cubs and Scouts sections and combined with the limited time to organise, this year the 1st London Colney Scout Group will not be entering the 2016 District Swimming Gala.

Sorry for those few who were keen in taking part in the event, but there is always next year.


December 2015

04/12/15 – Scouts Sleep Out to raise money and awareness to Homelessness – TBC by Emily Taylor and Catharine Ivory (1st London Colney Scout Group)

05/12/15 -1st London Colney Christmas Party – The beginning of the holiday season saw the first leaders and family Christmas Party for the 1st London Colney Scout Group.  Beaver, Cub and Scout leaders were in attendance and the family where invited too.   52 in total sat down to enjoy a superb traditional Charismas meal of turkey and gammon with all the trimmings and festivities.


NOVEMBER 2015

Thank you to all the Beavers, Cubs, Scouts, parent and families who attended on Sundays Remembrance day  parade, your attendance and support was duly noted.

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Photos by 1st London Colney – leaders

If you have any photos if this or any other Scouting related event and would like to see them on this website, please email them to : yetiburnetti@icloud.com, and we will try our best to get them displayed.

The Leaders of the 1st London Colney Scout Group

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photos by John Andrews

Breaking News

Record numbers attend Remembrance Day in London Colney

More than 300 youngsters from organisations in London Colney and 1,000 villagers made up one of the biggest village turnouts on Sunday.

Children read out the names of each villager who had died during the wars and crosses were placed at the village memorial in High Street for each of the fallen.

The parade was led by piper Mark Bissett and parish council leader Malcolm MacMillan.

Mr MacMillan said to the young people: “It is you who help keep the memory alive and today your parents and organisations are proud of you.

“But the village is also very proud of you for taking part in such large numbers.”

Photos by John Andrews

Click [here] for the link to the original Review newspaper article.


So did anyone else spot the mistake in this article…..


Lest-we-Forget.Poppy_[1]Remembrance Sunday this year will be on Sunday 08th November – we expect all group members including leaders to attend in full uniform.

We will be meeting at the Caledon Club at 10:30am  and the precision will be lead along the high street to the ceremony at 11:00am

If you wish to come along and show your support, meet us at the Caledon Club at 10:30.

The Leaders of the 1st London Colney Scout Group


tumblr_mcq7p9oXaB1rnmji9[1]Fire Works Night traditionally held on 05th of November will this year be on the 01st November up at the Morris Playing Field, come and join us and watch the wonderful display put on by the Parish Council, while there come and join us for a hot tea or coffee…

Calling all Volunteers  – This year the Parish Council has decided that the 1st London Colney Scout Group will not be one of the chosen charities who will share in the money collected at the gates to the display on the night.   But we will be the sole provider of hot BBQ cooked foods and hot drinks at the display,  we anticipated demand to be high so volunteers are needed.  If you fancy helping out on the night with serving food and drinks, or see yourself as a BBQ King or Queen, then make yourself known and contact : Chick Taylor : chicktaylor@btinternet.com

Money raised on the Night £359.15

The Leaders of the 1st London Colney Scout Group


OCTOBER 2015

In mid October we will be holding our second biannual JUMBLE SALE, and we are still looking for more of your jumble.  If you have any please bring it along to the Scout HQ and we will be more then happy to take it off your hands.  If you require larger items to be collected, then please contact us and we’ll see if we can arrange collection.

The Leaders of the 1st London Colney Scout Group

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Money raised on the Day £100.00.c


 

COMPETITION!

Design Awesome Racetracks to win a Hot Wheels Super Speed Blastway

Enter your group’s designs to be in with a chance of winning a Hot Wheels Super Speed Blastway for your section, so you can continue learning through play. Email your entry to corporatepartnerships@scouts.org.uk. Terms and conditions below.

Competition Terms and conditions:

1) Closing date for entries is 17 October 2015.
2) Only one entry per person permitted, but multiple entries may be sent per Group.
3) Maximum of five prizes per Group.
4) Open to UK Scouting members only.
5) Winner(s) will be notified by email or phone using the details provided at entry.

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For more information and details click [here]


SEPTEMBER 2015

Gruffalo Explorers –

Win your leader’s height in books. All you need to do is write a short rhyme about the great outdoors.

Gruffalo Explorer                                        Gruffalo Beaver Outdoor Challenge Badge

For more information and details click [here]

County Cub Hike

This September see the County Cub Hike taking place over in Hemel Hempsted.  Cubs from all over the County will take part in the 6 mile night hike and camp over in the Hobbs Hill Primary School – this year we have 15 cubs taking part, 10 form the Thursday Night Pack and 5 from the Monday Night Wolf Pack. The hike will be taking place on the 19/09/2015.

For more information and directions please visit the County Scout website : Night Hike

View the photos from the event… [here]

The Leaders of the 1st London Colney Scout Group