The Cubs District Thinking Day this year 2018 was held in Sellindge & centred around the Communicator badge. There were Cubs from 10 groups & they enjoyed a variety of communication themed activities organised by the District FHAST Group. These activities included memory tests, sign language & using iPads. The Cubs had a great day & their communication skills had improved by the end of the day
The Folkestone, Hythe & District 2017 AGM will be held on 15th May 2017 at 1st Cheriton at 19.30 followed by a Barbeque.
The minutes and reports of the 2016 AGM are available for download.
Minutes of AGM 2016
AGM Report (DC) 2016
AGM Report (Cubs) 2016
AGM Report (Beavers) 2016
AGM Report (Scouts) 2016
AGM Report (Active Support) 2016
In June, the 1st Hythe Scout Group completed the purchase of the former St. John Ambulance HQ in Albert Lane, Hythe and during the Summer moved the group’s equipment into the hall. In September the sections of the Group – the Beavers, the Cubs, the Scouts and the Explorers started meeting there regularly and the hall is also being hired out to various local community groups when the Scout Group is not using it.
Now that the scout group is fully established in the hall it has been named ‘The Burton Hall’ in honour of Mandy Burton who has been a leader for the past 54 years and continues to be closely associated with the group.
On Sunday November 2nd the hall was formally opened by Timothy Kidd OBE, the UK Chief Commissioner of Scouts, in a ceremony attended by members and leaders of the group = past and present – plus John Wren, the Group Scout Leader; John Schoner, the President of Folkestone and Hythe Scout District; Michael Lyons, the Mayor of Hythe; John Chapman, the Chairman of the 1st Hythe Scout Group Executive Committee and many other supporters and well-wishers.
This photo shows Mr. Kidd (on the right) together with Mandy Burton and youngsters (and one of the leaders) from various sections of the group standing beside the inaugural plaque.
The 3rd Hawkinge Cub Pack were the winners of the recently held Shere Khan Trophy competition. Eight packs took part, each constructing a church with a tower and bell, all made from card. The competition was hosted by Ist Lyminge at their headquarters.