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County Beaver Leader’s Meeting 07/09/2013
15th September 2013, 1:47pm



Notes from the meeting held at Chandlers Ford on 9th September






Upcoming Events

Paultons Park – Saturday 9th November

Yes it’s very nearly that time again!  Posters have now been distributed to each District, there will be a link available on this website so that you can print more copies as soon as it is available.

Entry will be just £15 per person, to include entry to the Winter Wonderland, a visit to Santa including a present, and entry to the fantastic new 4D cinema, where we will be the first to see the brand new Christmas 4D spectacular, very exciting!! Adults will receive a voucher for a hot drink instead of a present – sorry guys!!

The closing date for booking this year is Wednesday 23rd October. Click here to go to the online booking form.

Beaver Leader’s Log Chew – Saturday 1st March 2014
After having loads of positive feedback after last year’s Log Chew event we have decided to run it again. 


For those of you who were unable to attend last year, the Log Chew is a day long event for ALL Beaver Leaders, assistant Beaver Leaders and non uniformed helpers, in fact anyone who has anything to do with Beaver Scouting. It was packed with useful hints, tips and information to top up our skills and knowledge as Beaver Leaders. Last year we covered such topics as ‘Little Pickles’, sleepovers, ceremonies and special events among others.


The cost of this event will be £2 per person, lunch will be provided, venue and timings to follow. 
If there is any particular topic you would like us to cover, please do let us know by contacting Teresa Ginn.

Future Events

30 years of Beaver Scouting
In 2016 Beaver Scouting will be 30 years old. To celebrate this milestone there will be a County led Fun Day which will be held on Saturday 18th June 2016, at Lyons Copse, Sandy Lane, Shedfield. 
Each District will be asked to supply a base for the day, to be run by themselves, their Explorers / Network Units or SAS.  More details to follow as planning progresses.

H0014
H0014 planning is progressing nicely. Just a reminder that for one night only, Beavers are invited to camp overnight on Tuesday 12th August ONLY. Beavers should camp with their Groups; however, if this is not possible, for 12th August ONLY a special Beaver Base Camp will magically appear to make sure that all Beaver Scouts have the opportunity to camp overnight.

Beavers not wishing to camp will however still be able to join in the fun for Hampshire Calling Day  on Wednesday 13th August.

Any ideas for activities you would like to see run for your Beaver Scouts on Hampshire calling Day are very welcome, just contact Teresa Ginn.

Other News

Captain Ketch Challenge

To celebrate the launch of our first Hampshire ambassador, every person in the County has the chance to to complete the Captain Ketch Challenge. The challenge has been designed by the Youth Council and the Programme Team, and should inspire young people to be active on their bikes as well as follow James’ progress on his global cycle ride.

To find out about James and his adventures in Scouting around the world, follow @captainketch on Twitter or visit http://www.jamesketchell.net

In order for Beaver Scouts to achieve the Captain Ketch Challenge, they need to complete 5 of the requirements listed below:

  1. Track progress of James on his world cycle ride on a map of the world
  2. Learn a game or song from a country James is visiting
  3. Name the parts of a bicycle
  4. fInd out what happens to your body when you exercise
  5. Write a letter from your Beaver Colony to arrive at a destination for James
  6. Make a spokie-doke for James’ bike
  7. Pack a bag for an overnight trip
  8. Design a dream bike for James
  9. Hold a fundraising event for ELIFAR
  10. Any other activity of a similar nature

Once your Colony has completed the challenge, you will be able to apply for your badges by emailing youth.council@scouts-hants.org.uk. badges will cost £1 with the profits going to James’ chosen charity, ELIFAR, which helps disabled children and young adults.


County Team Questionnaire
Teresa and the County Team are always keen to hear your feedback, to this end we have put together a simple questionnaire. Please click the link below and spend just a couple of minutes letting us know how we can make what we do even better.

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/Q7G9RHP

 

And Finally ………

10 YEARS OF PAULTONS PARK!!
The annual Hampshire Beaver Scout trip to Paultons Park in 2014 will be the 10th consecutive visit we have organised. We would like to celebrate this landmark with some kind of special event or challenge. Any ideas would be gratefully accepted, watch this space for details nearer to the time.

We are keen to share your news and events with other Hampshire Beavers. If you have anything you would like included on this Web Page please send your articles or pictures to Wendy Turner – steveandwendy@hotmail.co.uk

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