Scout Report – November 2007

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The troop at present has 16 scouts. We lost four scouts at the end of the summer term.

The troop had a successful summer camp in August returning to Plymouth. During the week the scouts went hiking, sailing, cycling and sea fishing. We even managed to catch loads of fish to barbecue in the evening. The weather was very good, one of the most enjoyable activities was the water fight and soap slide the scouts made up on the site.

We held our own sunrise ceremony at camp around the Flag listening to the national event broadcast from the Jamboree site.

As always scout camp had its own dramas and this year was no exception with the outbreak of foot and mouth having a direct effect on our travel arrangements. Since September we have been consolidating the things learnt at camp and making sure all the scout record books are up to date. I have now completed this exercise and will be making sure the scouts have all the correct badges.

Two cubs have recently been invested into the troop.

At the end of last time we had two canoeing sessions, and over night hike and campfire on site.

We are now starting to look towards many of the 13-14 year old scouts moving on to explorer scouts. This coming week 5 scouts are going to Snowdonia on a walking and climbing activities as they start to share activities with the explorer unit.