This year Hambledon cubs teamed up with 2nd Waterlooville for the week long H0014 Hampshire Jamboree held at Buddens Scout Centre in Dorest, for an amazing but very hectic week of fun and activities. The Hambledon beavers also joined the camp … Continue reading →
This year’s Robin Hood themed family camp was held at a Meonstoke, with its “luxurious” kitchen facilities that made the kitchen staff extremely happy. The weekend was fantastic and everyone had an amazing time, with a fun packed day of … Continue reading →
At the start of the May half-term holiday the Beavers undertook a chip hike with the added fun of a sleepover at the end. The beavers hiked from Hambledon village hall to Clanfield Scout HQ with only moderately tired legs … Continue reading →
This Sunday saw the annual Easter Eggstravaganza at Queen Elizabeth Country Park, which looked as though the weather was going to be kind to us as the children arrive to a fresh, but sunny morning. The activities started off with … Continue reading →
Hambledon Village Beaver colony was in for a real treat when Graham Cornick from Hydestile Resident Animals can to visit with a few of his old friends. Hydestile Resident Animals is run by Graham and Lyn Cornick plus staff and volunteers. … Continue reading →
Throughout the Autumn term the beavers have been working to complete the Captain Ketch Challenge Badge. This is special badge to support Hampshire Scouts Ambassador James Ketchell and his current adventure to cycle around the world in 6 months. Once completed he will be the first person to have rowed the Atlantic, climbed Everest and cycled around the world.
The beaver colony have been learning about cycling, making spokey dokeys for their bikes and completing time trials around the field. They have also been tracking James’s progress on his adventure and learning about exercise and fitness with an exercise class.
Well done to everyone for completing the challenge just in time for Christmas.
The Annual Remembrance Parade took place as usual from Hambledon Village Hall to the War Memorial lead by the marching band and British Legion Branch members. Following on were Scouts, Cubs and Beavers from the Village Scout Group as well … Continue reading →
The Beavers were very generously invited onboard the Type 23 Frigate,HMS Sutherland for an evening by Commander Al Wilson. Being the dad of one of the Beavers may have had helped slightly. Normally based in Plymouth, it was a rare opportunity when … Continue reading →