As you will be aware scouting activities have been suspended due to Covid-19. During this time communication to parents will usually be via email through Online Scout Manager. Parents, please ensure that there is an up-to date email address for you on there so further news and work towards badges that can be done at home can be communicated to everyone. Online Scout Manager
March 2020 Scroll Reports - Issue 85
First reports in for March scroll, more to follow when they come in. Click link below to read the full scroll.
November 2019 Scroll Reports - Issue 84
First reports in for November scroll, more to follow when they come in. Click link below to read the full scroll.
Group AGM 2019 - Friday 19th July 2019
This year's AGM took place at the Scout Hut on Friday 19th July at 7:30pm. The AGM Report is now available to view here via the link below
June 2019 Scroll Reports - Issue 83
First reports in for June scroll, more to follow when they come in. Click link below to read the full scroll.
March 2019 Scroll Reports - Issue 82
New scroll format for this edition online only, any feedback please send to Ben George via the contacts link on the left. Click link below to read the full scroll.
1st Chipping Sodbury Scout Group Centenary Field
In 2014 the scout group celebrated its 100th year in the town and had a very successful celebration parade and camp on the outskirts of the town. The group has had many homes in the town over the years but since the 1960’s we have been on the ridings, but as the town has grown and built around us we have lost all our activity area.
Following the success of this event we decided to try and build on the groups success and purchase some land as close as possible to our HQ, but far away from houses as to not cause a nuisance to the neighbours. A field at Hall End became available, we made our bid and in May of 2017 we were able to start using it.
Since then, we have been able once again to re-introduce the Beavers, Cubs and Scouts into the country side where they have been helping to make the field secure by planting hedging, cutting back brambles as well as enjoying scouting activities like fire lighting and cooking, archery, camping, pioneering and orienteering.