Beavers are 30 years old!!
To celebrate Kyle and Carrick District are holding a Beaver Fun Day at Rozelle.
All Beaver colonies in the area are invited to join in the FUN and ADVENTURE for a day of activities.
This is a day trip on Saturday 4th June.
We will leave from the Scout Hall at 10:30am by bus and return at 3:30pm.
Dress for the weather with full uniform but shoes and trousers/shorts and jackets should be appropriate for the weather. (Hopefully sunshine!).
Who can go?
All Beavers from Tuesday and Thursday night Colonies.
This is a very busy weekend for 28th with all sections involved in activities so parent help will be required to make it happen, so please contact any of the Beaver leader team to volunteer.
How much does it cost?
The cost will be £5 (to cover the bus) and beavers will be required to bring a packed lunch.
Want to be part of this adventure?
As this is a district event we will need to confirm numbers before the day. Therefore please reply and pay the full Camp fee either by bank transfer or cash/cheque on or before 26th May.
Cheques should be made payable to 28th Ayrshire Beavers and should be returned to the appropriate Section Leader.
Our Preferred method of payment (for Beavers) is now directly to our Beaver Account.
If you do this please use reference: FUN – (then the beavers name) e.g. FUN – Joe Bloggs
Account number: 12002062
Sort code 80 22 60
Brief history of Beaver Scouting
Beaver Scouts were trialled in Scotland after the Well beloved Report supported pre-Cub organisations. In October 1982 Beavers were introduced throughout the rest of the United Kingdom before officially becoming part of The Scout Association and the World Scout Organisation on 1 April 1986. Since then, Beaver Scouting has been a major part of the Scout Programme in the United Kingdom, and has a large participation rate across most of the country.