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Introduction

Beavers logoBeaver Scouts are young people usually aged between six and eight years old. They belong to the first and youngest Section in the Scouting family. Young people can join Beaver Scouts in the three months leading up to their sixth birthday. They can move to the next Section, Cub Scouts, between eight and eight years six months.

Twin Lakes-28th June 2008

Beavers with a poleFun day out including indoor play areas, petting zoo, adventure playgroup, falconry centre, assault courses, lake activities and much more.

Visit the site Twinlakes.

New Beaver Scout Book supplements

These are now available from the County Resource Centre

Challenge Certificates to printout

Creative Challenge

Discovery Challenge

Fitness Challenge

Global Challenge

Outdoor Challenge

Promise Challenge

 



Get Involved

Beavers in a fieldWhat's been happening in your colony, do you have any forth coming events you want to advertise.

Do you have any Beaver Scouts who want to add to this website and work towards their I.T Stage badges.

Do you want to see anything on this site?

Please contact your ACC and pass on the information

Beaver Scout Safety Badge

Safety BadgeThe Requirements for the badge are as follows

 

Complete the following:

Explain the Green Cross code
Explain the Water Safety code
Say what to do when approached by a stranger
Identify possible dangers around the house and say what to do about them.

Please click here for resources for the Beaver Scout Safety Badge


Good Luck and Enjoy

All Enquires please contact the County Resource Centre

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