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Welcome to 1st Chipping Campden Scouts

Chipping Campden Scouts is all about joining in, making friends and doing your best whether you are a Beaver, Cub , Scout or Explorer. Whether it's at a weekly meeting or a week long summer camp the emphasis is on making friends, having fun and learning new skills.

There's lots of new things to try from archery through circus skills and photography all the way to watersports. Along the way you'll also get to try the old favourite activities like camping, first aid and pioneering. Before you know it you'll have learnt useful life skills such as how to make decisions and work in a team.

There are many ways for adults to get involved in Scouting too. Join as a leader, skills instructor, committee member, fundraiser - or simply come along with your child from time to time and share your favourite hobby. All our adult members are volunteers - no-one gets paid for what they do, they do it because they enjoy it and find it rewarding.

 

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 22 October 2016 15:03
 
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KISC 2018 Fundraising - Bag Packing

Today's bag packing raised £527.32  Many thanks to everyone who took part, especially those who did a double shift.

 

KISC 2018 Fundraising - 138 miles, 2 feet

Lorna successfully completed her run on Monday 18 September.  So far £937 has been raised through sponsorship.

Read about the run at Randomscout Running  It's not too late to donate on our Just Giving Page 

 

KISC 2018 Fundraising - Stratford 10k

Thank you to everyone who helped with marshalling or handing out water.  We've had a great thank you letter from the event organisers - well done everyone.  The race organisers have donated £200 to the KISC fund.

 

KISC 2018 Fundraising - Family Fun Run 9 September

Thank you to everyone who took part in the fun run either as a runner, marshal or first aider.  A good turn out despite the very threatening weather which raised £56