Bet you can't put that sweet in your mouth without... screwing your face up!
At the end of camp
Craven Lea visit Craven Park
Cycle Treasure Hunt
Scouting offers challenge and adventure to 450,000 young people aged 6-25 in the UK. We believe in helping our Members fulfil their potential by working in teams, learning by doing and thinking for themselves. We're working to make Scouting available to all in Hull, with 24 groups and we're passionate about what we do.
Through the adventure of Scouting, young people get to take risks in a safe environment, and have their first taste of responsibility. We give young people experiences they'll never forget. The sort of adventure Scouting offers is the chance to experience something different and the opportunity to challenge yourself. When a Beaver Scout wakes up the morning after a sleepover, or Cub Scout has just got over her fear of heights by completing her first abseil - that's adventure.
In Scouting, we provide over 200 activities from abseiling to zorbing. But Scouting isn't just about activities for their own sake. We encourage our young people to feel the buzz of the challenge and then reflect on what that means. Did they have fun? Do they feel more confident? Would they do it again?
All this is made possible by the efforts of 100,000 adult volunteers. With award winning training and one-to-one support, we make sure that each one of our volunteers gets to make best use of their skills and talents. It's something different from the norm, and that why a lot of people like it. In fact, it's what's made us the largest co-educational youth Movement in the country.
Did you know...
In the past decade, 43,000 girls and young women have joined Scouts, Cubs and Beavers. That’s the same as the population of Folkestone.
Richard Branson was a Scout and said "Scouting was great fun. I learnt a lot and I don’t think I could have done without it"
11 of the 12 people to walk on the moon were Scouts
There’s a Scouting poster in both the EastEnders and Coronation Street cafes.
John Lennon and Paul McCartney went to Cubs together.
John Lennon was taught to play the harmonica by his Scout leader.
Each day 100,000 people in the UK take part in Scouting activities – more than the capacity of Wembley stadium.
31 million people are active in Scouting across the world – that’s equal to the population of Peru