• Are you bored with watching another reality TV show?
  • Maybe feeling a little down with the weather?
  • Thinking there should be more to life?

1st Godstone Cub Scouts are looking for a New Cub Leader

Volunteering can be a brilliant way to boost your mental wellbeing. It’s a great feeling knowing you’re helping young people get skills for life, and you might even learn a lot about yourself along the way.

Scouting can make you feel good in other ways too. We’ll guide you to an opportunity where you’ll:

  • Make friends and meet people
  • Try new things and challenge yourself
  • Get outdoors and get stuck in
  • Positively impact your community
  • Create vital opportunities for young people
  • Make memories that'll last a lifetime

If you can only occasionally help, that’s OK. Whether you’d like to be an activity planner, tea-maker or craft creator, we appreciate any time you can spare.

Why not get together with some friends and volunteer jointly?

The Group offers benefits to uniformed Leaders and Assistants:

  • Leaders do not have to pay any subs (currently £35 per term) for their child or children in any of the section's Beaver, Cubs or Scouts.
  • Cost of uniforms and all other incidental costs are covered by the Group.
  • All training is free

A lot of employers support volunteering, and Scouting in particular, acknowledging your community support and recognising and valuing the training that you do with Scouting.

If you are interested in finding out more, having a chat or coming along to see the group in action, please contact Mark Wiles, Group Scout Leader,


Our Cub Pack...

Cub Scouts are for young people, both boys and girls, aged between 8 and 10 1/2 years old. Cubs are all about having fun, making new friends and trying new things! To join the Cub Pack there is no requirement to having been a Beaver Scout first, however if the Cub Pack is full we give priority to Beaver Scouts who are old enough to move up. There are a lot of fun things for Cub Scouts to do, and they are given the chance to try lots of different activities. Swimming, kayaking, music, exploring the outdoors, gaining badges and taking part in games are just some of the opportunities Cub Scouts have. We also hold a Cub camp each year, where the cubs sleep in dorms or tents together and take part in lots of different activities outdoors around the Scout Centre.

The Cub Scout programme is full of fun, challenging and rewarding activities, with the Cubs often working in small groups and enjoying the outdoors.

1st Godstone Cub Scouts meet in the Endeavour on a Monday evening from 6.30 pm – 8.00 pm.

Joining the Cub Pack...

Please note that our Cub pack is currently full. We don't expect to have any spaces available for new boys or girls in the near future, as priority is given to Beaver Scouts from our Colony moving up to our Cub Pack…

When a new Cub joins the Pack, we have a short ceremony called an ‘investiture.’ This is when they make their Cub Scout Promise in front of the Cub Pack, and officially become a Cub Scout. The promise is an important part of becoming a member of the pack, and by making the promise, a Cub commits to try their best and to keep the Cub Scout Law.

To find out where all those badges go, Please follow the link below.

Our waiting list is stored on a system called Online Scout Manager. To add your child to the waiting list, please fill in the form by using the button below;


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