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Welcome to the website for Hornchurch Scout District

Scouting offers challenge and adventure to 400,000 young people and 100,000 adults across the UK and here in Hornchurch District we hornchurch1are proud to offer Scouting to over 1500 of these youngsters, in Beaver Colonies, Cub Packs ,Scout Troops and Explorer Sections in Ardleigh Green, Corbets Tey ,Cranham, Elm Park, Emerson Park, Hornchurch, Rainham and Upminster..
We believe in helping our Members fulfil their potential by working in teams and this gives them the skill to do and think for themselves. People from every background and culture have the opportunity to stretch themselves, learn new skills and make life long friends.
Whatever your age, Scouting in the 21st century is challenging, stimulating, imaginative,  rewarding and above all FUN!!! Scouting is for young people from the age of 6 through to 25, with each of these youth sections following an exciting programme.
The  challenge and adventure isn’t just for our youth members. Adult volunteers have lots of fun too, in the knowledge that they are giving something back to society by helping children and young people meet their potential.
Why not see what Scouting can offer you by contacting Debbie Carter, the District Commissioner on dc@hornchurchscouts.org.uk

Congratulations to 1st Corbets Tey Cubs

DSC 05421st Corbets Tey Cubs came first in this years District Cubs Soapbox Derby. Not such a big turn out this year as the weather has been very wet this week, But on the day only a couple of quick showers showed up. Ten teams took part in the figure of 8, oval, obstacle, team challenge and endurance race. No major crashes during the day (not one plaster used) just a few loose wheel nuts. We also had an individual scooter challenge time trial. Congratulations to Oliver from 8th Hornchurch Jupiter Cub pack who took home the trophy. The best decorated cart was won by 7th Squirrels Heath Cubs.
The final race was the leaders race. Six excited leaders jumped into the carts and were pushed by the Cubs. The unlucky Cubs who picked Jack to push had a very hard job to do. Lisa Millington from 1st Corbets Tey came first closely followed by Mick Cross from 1st Elm Park.

Competition
1st Place Memories 1st Corbets Tey
2nd Place Mercedes Racers 3rd Rainham
3rd Place Terminators 7th Squirrels Heath

Best Decorated cart 7th Squirrels Heath

Fastest cart 2nd Elm Park

Scooter Challenge
1st place Oliver 8th Hornchurch Jupiter
2nd Place Harry 2nd Elm Park

Fastest Cub (Beaver) Leader Lisa Millington

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District Beaver Sleepover May 2017


This year our District Sleepover was held at Thriftwood Scout camp and the theme was Pirates!

We had 5 groups attend from Friday night to Saturday and then 6 groups attend from the Saturday night to Sunday with a total of 85 Beavers across the whole weekend.

The Beavers had the opportunity to sing songs around a camp fire, before settling down for the night, ready for the big adventure ahead on board the Turquoise Terror.

After breakfast, the Beavers were all transformed into ‘Pirate’s of the Turquoise Terror’ and met their fellow ship-mates. To help them become true pirates, they each made pirate hats, decorated treasure chests, and even got some pirate tattoos!

Throughout the day the Beavers were met with many challenges and activities, including walking the plank, climbing the rig, pirate training, map reading to help find treasure to fill their treasure chests, problem solving and a scavenger hunt.

The Beavers had a fantastic time and are all looking forward to next year!

Michelle Haddon ADC (Beavers)

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2nd Cranham

Cubs doing some community gardening at Brunswick Court OAP home.

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St George's Day

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Baden Powell chose St George to be the Patron Saint of the Scout Association. He felt that St George set a good example of faith, courage and perseverance.

So today, the 23rd April 2017 Hornchurch held their annual St George's Day Parade and we were pleased that the Mayor of Havering, Councillor Philippa Crowder was able to join us for our celebrations. We were fortunate that the weather was fine, there were lots of smiling faces with the young people and Leaders wearing their uniform with pride and as with all St George's Day celebrations during the service, all present were able to renew their Promise.

Hornchurch District is a great place to be a Beaver, Cub, Scout, Explorer, Network or Adult Leader/Supporter, and a big thank you to each and everyone who attended.

Debbie Carter

District Commissioner

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Chapel Restoration at Thriftwood

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Design a Robot

sqh2nd Squirrels Heath Beaver Oliver has been awarded by The University of Greenwich, National Winner in "Design a Robot" competition.
He entered the local competition entries and won 1st place. His entry was then put forward into the National winners entry and was awarded 1st place again. As well as his Award and Certificate, Olivers design is going to be made by the professors at The University of Greenwich for the TV show " Robot Wars ", where Oliver will then lead out his team and battle his Robot.

Beaver Challenge

Yesterday afternoon Hornchurch District Beavers tested out a new event in the form of a challenge afternoon.4bc
Working in small teams the Beavers flapped jellyfish, sucked and transferred sweets using straws, built structures with spaghetti and marshmallows, went fishing with mega sized fishing rods and wrapped up parcels of toilet rolls using tape and string.
A big thank you to Sue Cruse and Jackie Bruniges who organised and ran the event and the 2 Young Leaders, Lucy Bresslaw and Robert Chart who helped throughout with the activities and kept the Beavers entertained in the Spring sunshine during the refreshment break.
Looking forward to seeing this event again in 2018.


Debbie

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District Beaver Scout Bowling 2017

Group photo for bowling

District Beavers have kicked off 2017 with an afternoon of bowling.

We all met at Rollerbowl Collier row.
There were a 119 Beavers in total that took part and well, what great techniques they showed - with curving balls, spares and many strikes scored.
This year all the Colonies that came along were entered into the Jambowlree World Scout Ten Pin Bowling competition.
I think I can confidently say that the Beavers had a lot of fun teaming up with other Beavers from different Colonies and showing off their skills.
Each Beaver left with a certificate showing their amazing score and most importantly a big smile.

Michelle Haddon
ADC(Beavers)

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Swimming Gala Results

Congratulations to 3rd Upminster Scout Group.

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