Category Archives: Scouts

Mothering Sunday Church Service

Sunday 6th March 2016

The Annual Mothering Sunday service will take place on Sunday 6th March 2016 at St Botolph’s Church. The service will start at 10:30 am, sections will meet in the Church Hall by 10:00 am.

This year’s service will be the same as last year, a family communion format but shortened as much as possible and will still include pieces from all sections. The Length is less than an hour. Flags will be paraded, a posy of flowers prepared by the Mothers Union will be given to all Mums present and there will also be simnal cakes and a drink after the service in the church.

So, please come along and give your support to the children and leaders.

Lincoln District Scout Band

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Calling all potential musicians! The Lincoln District Scout Band is running some introductory training evenings.

If you have always fancied a go on a trumpet, snare drum, flute, clarinet, bell lyre or a bugle then this may be for you.

You can even take along your own instrument if you’re already musically inclined or you always wanted to learn to play that euphonium your Aunty Edith gave you…

Our Lincolnshire

cropped-Wind-Turbines-Logo-Top-head-barUniversity of Lincoln Heritage Study

We have been contacted by the University of Lincoln to assist them with their ‘Our Lincolnshire’ campaign. They are performing a study on what the people of Lincolnshire think about their heritage. They would like the children and young adults from all groups to fill out the survey (link below) which should take around 15 minutes for over 10’s and around 5-10 minutes for under 10’s.

If the children let their group leader know if they filled out the survey then this activity may count towards badge work.

The survey is available from this link;

https://www.research.net/r/ourlincolnshire

If you would like to know more about the project then you can view their on-line blog here;

http://ourlincolnshire.blogs.lincoln.ac.uk/

Thank You

Thank YouA big “Thank You!” to everyone who came along to the fundraiser today. We raised a total of £600 towards the community defibrillator!

John McDonald of the Pavilion Bar also had this to say;

A big thank you for raising this fantastic amount from myself and the rest of the Pavilion Bar Saxilby staff. The total raised so for towards the purchase of the CAD stands at £895.00 including the amount raised by yourselves. I now have the lottery license (200 Club) from WLDC and I have approached 2 well known and respected persons in the village and asked them if they will be prepared to act as trustees for the fund. Once they are in place, I can then give you more information and a date for the launch of the lottery to raise the final amount needed. Once again, many thanks for your efforts in raising this incredible amount in a matter of a few hours.

Remembrance Day Parades, 2013

Saturday 9th November 2013

The Parish Council has asked that all sections of the Scouts and Guides in Saxilby be represented, in uniform and with colours, at the War Memorial gates on the recreation field for a short act of

Poacher 2013 Taster Day

Poacher 2013 is well under way and today both the Cubs and Beavers attended a Taster Day. During the day the children visited various activities including Climbing Wall,

Operation Goodwill completed successfully

Operation Goodwill was completed by Saxilby Scouts and supporters covering both Saxilby and Harby villages during December 2012. A total of 3,266 food items were donated with 1,575 items

Operation Goodwill is launched

Over the next three weeks, Saxilby Scouts will be doing their annual goodwill at Christmas food tin collection.

This activity is organised by the scouts to help re-stock The Nomad Trust food stores at Christmas. The Nomad Trust is a local charity, providing emergency shelter & food for

Scouts Centenary Camp details on-line

Details of the forthcoming Scout Camp in May are now online click here for more details. The theme is Fairground activities with a scouting twist. please get your applications in early, we need to know by the 30th of March.

 

Robin Hood Activity Centre Camp

On the 4th & 5th of February a group of Scouts braved the snowy weather to take part in an activity Camp. A good time was had by all and activities included the climbing wall & orienteering. A small selection of photos are shown below. Keep an eye out on the website for updates on future camps.