All Cubs from both Tuesday and Thursday Packs who are too young or unable to attend the Skills Camp in May at the hall are invited to attend this sleepover.

When?

This is a single night sleepover from Saturday 23rd March to Sunday 24th March. Cubs should arrive at the Scout Hall on the Saturday at 2pm (in full uniform) and will be finishing at 4pm on the Sunday.

Who can go?

Cubs who are under the age of 9 years on 10th May or unable to attend the Skills camp are eligible to go.  Please note Cubs cannot attend both events.

What will I get to do?

This sleepover is based on the Commonwealth Games and will have a definite ‘sporty’ theme. There will be a variety of team events for prizes as well as individual scoring leading to a medal ceremony at the end of the weekend for the top 3 Cubs!

    • All Cubs attending will get a Night Away to add to your totals (Badges awarded for 1, 5, 10 and 20 Nights Away)
    • If the weather is OK we may get a Hike Away to add to your totals (Again badges awarded for 1, 5, 10 and 20 Hikes Away)
    • For those who don’t have it, this sleepover will count towards one part of your Fitness Challenge and a night towards your Outdoor Challenge!
    • Any Cub who does not have it should achieve the Athlete Badge!
    • Cubs who have the Athlete Badge may have the chance to try for the Athlete Plus!
    • There will also be loads of games as well as plenty of food to eat!

 

What kit do I take?

In addition to the Indoor Sleepover Kit List, Cubs should bring sports shorts for some of the indoor activities.

How much does it cost?

The cost of the sleepover will be £10 per person.

Want to be part of this adventure?

Please complete the Group Payments Form, print the form off and return along with the full Sleepover fee to the appropriate Section Leader on or before Thursday 13th March. Cheques should be made payable to 28th Cubs or you can pay cash.