The cubs have been very busy in recent weeks. They've visited a synagogue and learned about the Jewish faith. And they had a go at using sharp tools (!) in making things.
Our Beaver Colony had a very festive meeting for our last of 2016. We would like to thank all the parents, helpers and friends who give us their time and energy to make this group so successful and virbrant.
Merry Christmas to all, and best wishes for a prosperous and happy New Year!
We've had a busy week here at 1st Oxshott.
We know it's still only November, but wouldn't it be nice to have one less thing to do at Christmastime this year?
Now is the perfect time to get an order in for your Christmas tree from Oxshott Scouts. We've made it easy for you to get your tree delivered with a few short clicks. Just go to our website, and you can cross Buy Tree off your list. Oxshott Scouts have been supplying top-quality premium grade Christmas trees to Oxshott and Cobham residents for over thirty years.
Get your tree and wreath delivered by our expertly trained team of elves (or scouts) on your choice of a Sunday in December.
Choose the Norwegian Spruce or the Nordman Fir, the size of tree from 3ft to 8ft and pick a date for us to deliver it to your door!
All proceeds of Christmas Tree sales go towards supporting the children in 1st Oxshott Scouts.
Just click above on Xmas!
Call our Christmas Tree Hotline on
07760 167 290
or get in touch by email at 1stOxshottxmastrees@gmail.com
1st Oxshott invite you to our annual Fireworks and Campfire Extravaganza this Friday at Polyapes. Doors open at 6:30 with a display that will be sure to please. Tickets are £6 for adults and £4 for children. Feed the family from the Oxshott Scout Kitchen where they will be selling sausages and burgers from the grill, and beer, Krispy Kreme donuts, mulled wine and hot chocs as well. Get the kids a souvenir from a selection of all sorts of LED and glow toys for sale at very reasonable prices!
See you there!
Check the Explorer Section for more on our evening of baking.
Four of our hardiest scouts survived Survival Camp at Walton First this weekend. They excelled at making their own tarpaulin shelter to sleep in, cooking a dinner of trout and then breakfast on an open fire and learning how to live wild. The same weekend saw some scouts go orienteering with the new Esher Scouts Orienteering Club, while others stayed for archery and air rifle shooting at the Scout Hut.
But there is no slowing down..... Next weekend is Patrol Leaders Day. Keep a keen eye on the calendar for more events coming up!
It's only day 3 and the Scouts have: pitched camp, cooked meals, completed tent inspection, climbed Yes Tor, kayaked on the lake, climbed Black Tor, gone sailing, and loads more! Check out our twitter feed for updates during the day and the gallery for more photos.