Monday, 10 November 2008

Scout Camp to Celebrate 1st Birthday




Accrington St Pauls Barnfield Scouts attended a local scout camp site on 7th to 9th November for their first ever scout camp in celebration of their first birthday.


Despite the weather the scouts enjoyed themselves and took part in a range of activities, including archery, raft building and camp gadgets.












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Wednesday, 29 October 2008

St Pauls Barnfield Cubs took part in this years District Conker Competition which was held on Saturday 18th October.


Cubs from across the District took part in a variety of activities including Pillow Fighting, Craft, Team Challenge, Connect 4, Cross Country and the End Game.





Unfortunately time was in short supply and a lack of conkers saw the actual conker competition posponed until further notice.


St Pauls Barnfield came 3rd in the Team Challenge and 1st in the Pillow Fighting.



Thursday, 28 February 2008

Visit to the Accrington Town Hall


On Tuesday 26th February 2008, St Pauls Barnfield Beavers and Cubs spent the evening at Accrington Town Hall as guests of the Mayor Tony Dobson.

They discovered the history of the Town Hall from its origins as The Peel Institute to its present day uses.

The explored the council chambers and the Mayors Parlour. Whilst in the Council Chambers a short ceremony was held to move 4 beavers up to cubs and to present them with The Bronze Chief Scouts Award.

5 cubs were also invested and presented with certificate of investiture by the Mayor.

Friday, 20 July 2007

In January the Cubs of St Pauls Cub Scout Pack Accrington, were set a Centenary Challenge to collect 100 campsite badges from around the country.

The Pack spent some time using computers to access a variety of Camp Sites and were rewarded with replies from over 150 sites.

Once the badges were in the cubs set about designing the layout of the blanket and with the help of our Assistant Cub Scout Leader Angie they designed a Pack Centenery Badge which was to be the centepoint of the display.

Angie then had the task of sewing all the badges on to the blanket and as you can see succeeded in producing the camp blanket shown below.

We would like to say thank you to everyone who helped us reach our goal of 100 campsite badges to go on our camp blanket for our Centenary Challenge.

It was great to receive so many badges and letters of support, lots of you asked for photos of the finished blanket so we have attached two.

As you may be able to see we exceeded our target and we managed to finish it just in time to display it at our Centenary Camp at Bowley Campsite in Great Harwood and it will be going on display in church over the next few weeks.

So thank you again for your support.from all the Cubs and Leaders at St Pauls Barnfield Cub Scout Pack Accrington Lancashire.





SOME OF THE CUBS WORKING ON THE E-MAILS







THE CAMP BLANKET

ST PAULS BARNFIELD ACCRINGTON PACK
WITH THE FINISHED BLANKET