DCSIMG

HASLAND: Scout group celebrates achievements

1st Hasland Scout Group’s AGM and Celebration of Achievement took place on Friday, July 12.

In the Beaver section - Edward Frear, Lewis Gibbins, Marcus Hart, Oliver Yates, Ollie Gratton, Reuben Hadley, Rowan Williams, Ryan Major, Sumner Ingman, Thomas Gibson, Thomas Slater, Thomas Williams, Timothy Joel and Tyler Major earned their Experiment Badge

Lewis Gibbins, Marcus Hart, Thomas Gibson and Timothy Joel earned their Emergency Aid Stage One badge. Ellie Bond and Sumner Ingman earned their Emergency Aid Stage Two badge.

Edward Frear, Ellie Bond, Lewis Gibbins, Matthew Handley, Oliver Yates, Ollie Gratton, Rowan Williams, Ryan Major, Sumner Ingman, Thomas Gibson, Thomas Slater, Thomas Williams, Timothy Joel, Toby Fairhall and Tyler Major earned their Fitness Challenge badge.

Rowan Williams, Thomas Williams, Sumner Ingman, Ellie Bond, Edward Frear, Reuben Hadley, Thomas Gibson and Timothy Joel earned their Imagination badge.

Sumner Ingman, Billy Belfit, Thomas Slater, Oliver Yates, Oliver Bond, Ollie Gratton and Reuben Hadley all gained their one year badge.

In the Cub section - Louie Jenkinson received his Community Challenge badge. Adam Ward received his Entertainer badge and Creative Challenge badge. Oliver Williams received his Home Help and Air Activity badge. Adam Ward, Ethan Bradshaw, Finn Llewellyn, Jordan Hartshorne, Louie Jenkinson, Matthew Siddon, Oliver Williams, Thomas Lyne, Thomas Mackie and Tom Burke received their Personal Safety badge. Oliver Williams and Tom Burke received their Emergency Aid Stage One badge. Adam Ward, Ethan Bradshaw, Finn Llewellyn, Thomas Lyne and Thomas Mackie received their Emergency Aid Stage Two badge. Louie Jenkinson and Adam Ward both received their Chief Scout Silver Award (the highest award in the Cub Scout section) and Nicola Cree received her Wood Badge, for completing her adult training.

The last meeting took place at a Derbyshire farm where members from all sections enjoyed an evening of fire lighting, cooking, and wood chopping.

 

Comments

 
 

Back to the top of the page