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  • Owls visit Beavers

    Little Dambusters were delighted to host Hartley Owls for an interactive workshop that helped us work towards our animal friend badge. Beavers sat and listened to an informative talk about the 4 owls that came to visit. There were lots of really good questions, and the beavers learnt a lot about...

  • R.I.P Bryan Parlett

    I am sad to advise you all that I have been told that Bryan Parlett, passed away yesterday (17th January). Although most of Ash Green Scout Group members would probably not have known of Bryan, he was the original Scout Leader when Ash Green Scout Group was formed back in 1972. He was also...

  • Cubs visit the Food bank

    On Friday 8th December a group of Cubs and Leaders went to The Community Cupboard at West Kingsdwon. As well as bring lots of food to add to the bank, we also saw all the fantastic work the volunteers do at the hub.   ...

  • Southern Water visit Cubs

    Cubs from Jungle pack had a Poo list from Southern water! We learned a lot about how they look after our sewage and how we can all help to prevent the wrong things going into our water supply. ...

  • Cubs go Wall climbing

    On 24th November Jungle pack went to Lower Grange Farm - Kent Scouts Barn for a wall climbing session. I was very impressed how everyone gave it their best. We started with some very nervous Cubs, as the end they all climbed the walls like monkeys. Well done everyone!  ...

  • Cubs go Potty!

    A group of Forest Cubs went to The Pottery Barn at Hartley Bottom. There they designed and created their own Christmas plates. They later got fired and delivered in time to take home for Christmas. ...

  • Rememberance Service 2023

    A large group of Young people and Leader from all sections attended our annual Remembrance parade and church service again this year. The event ran like clock work and all the young people dressed immaculately.  Along with some mums and dads and grand parents, we packed out the local church...

  • Cubs do Salsa drumming

    On November 3rd, Jungle pack tried something completely different, Samba drumming! Gareth Annable a fellow Scouter and music teacher from Gravesend grammar school came to show the Cubs his drumming skills and Cubs took part in the drumming workshop.. Cubs enjoying making...

  • Group out Poppy selling

    The Royal British Legion once again asked us if we would help sell Poppies again this year and of course we delivered. A group of 20 Young people and Leaders across all sections of the group manned the stall in New Ash Green to sell the merchandise. We raised an amazing £467.81. Well done...

  • 10 Years Service Award

    As Deputy Group Leader, I had the great pleasure of presenting the 10 years service award to our very own Tanya Williams this evening. Tanya has held many roles in the group over the years. I would like to personally thank Tanya for her continued commitment to scouting and the positive influence...

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Owls visit Beavers

Owls visit Beavers

Little Dambusters were delighted to host Hartley Owls for an interactive workshop that helped us work towards our animal friend badge. Beavers sat...

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