Woodhall cleanup weekend.
10am onwards on Saturday. Sunday to be advised.
Tea/coffee/squash available. Bring your own lunch.
Please bring gardening tools with you.
Paths to rake. Weeds/brambles to clear/cut back. Cabin and toilets to clean down.
Lets make the campsite look good for all those using it this year.
Following the terrible news that 2 of my very close friends have been diagnosed with cancer and the loss of a family member this year to this evil disease I have decided to take action. I do the race for life most years but 2017 I am doing something radical for me.
I will be doing a 2 phase fundraiser
Step 1 is i want all my friends and family to donate £1 (or more if you are able to) and chose what colour you want me to dye my hair . I will keep my hair any random colour you vote for, for 6 weeks. The colour will be announced on the 3 Apr 2017 And dyed that week at Anita’s located on the ground floor of Pilgrim Hospital, Boston.
Step 2 is to dye it back to a natural colour (so i can donate to make wigs) and shave my head (around the 1st week of Jul to allow my hair to regain condition and be better for wig making). I’m not a girly girl but i love my long hair and do all i can to keep it long and healthy (little styling and products etc) so this will be a very radical step for me.
If you would like to sponsor me to shave my head or decide my hair colour please dig deep to help me support others. To choose colour please comment and let me know your choice.
If you can spare a little time to come and help maintain our campsite, we would love to see you there.
Sat 17 June 2017
Ticket and transport £40.
Open to network and explorers.
Will be 1st come 1st served.
Non refundable transport deposit £20 required by end of January.
Contact your Leaders or Dave McGarry
Central Explorers being presented with a cheque for helping at Carrington Rally in 2016.
They camped over and helped with car parking and litter picking etc.
District Cubs renewing their promise at 19.16 during the party to celebrate the end of the #cubs100 centenary year
A message from Robin Wright, County Commissioner for Lincolnshire to all Leaders and helpers.
This is a special time of year, with us all giving and receiving treasured gifts. But for you in scouting, you have had a very long Christmas, as you have all been Giving so much though out 2016. You have all given one of the greatest Gifts of All, Your Time to support others. I simply cannot thank you enough, as the gift you have given, will be slowly unwrapped over many years to come in the future; giving young people skills for life.
Time for you all to have a rest now, and recharge your sledges. Just think for a moment what you have achieved this past year; it is simply the best present of them all; fun, happiness, kindness, friendship and skills and much more.
Thank you, Scout Team Lincolnshire.
Have a Merry Christmas and Fantastic New Year.
Another successful Santa’s Sleepover ends with a visit from the man in red himself.
Over 70 Beavers took part along with a whole host of leaders and young leaders.
17 boys and girls were invested into 8th Cub Pack on Wed 9th Nov 16. Some were move ups from Beavers, some were new and some had moved from other groups.