Cub Adventure Weekend 2016 – Cub Scouting to Infinity and Beyond
(for Cub Scouts & their families)
Location: Skreens Activity Centre
Dates: 20-22 May 2016
Registration due by 6 May 2016
Blast off for adventure this Spring with Cub Scouting to Infinity and Beyond. We look at the Cub Scouts of today as the Boy Scouts of tomorrow. So prepare to battle aliens, race rocket ships and take part in lots of other out of this world adventures!
The Information Pack is AVAILABLE HERE. Contact Luke Johnson (email@example.com) to register or to get more information.
Camp Baden Powell 2016
(for Boy Scouts)
Location: Camp Liahona near RAF Feltwell
Staff Training Dates: 15-19 June 2016
OA Weekend Dates: 17-19 June 2016
Camper Dates: 20-26 June 2016
Weekend Program Dates: 24-26 June 2016
Camp Clean-up Dates: 27-28 June 2016
Registration due by 1 June 2016
Camp Baden Powell offers a traditional Boy Scout Summer Camp program. It is open to Boy Scouts in both Mayflower District and the rest of Transatlantic Council. Full details of the opportunities for a fun and exciting camp are in the Leaders Guide available here.
Directions to Camp Baden Powell can be found here.
WE ARE LOOKING FOR SCOUTS AGED 16 AND OLDER OR ADULTS WHO WOULD LIKE TO JOIN THE CAMP STAFF. INTERESTED? CONTACT THE CAMP DIRECTOR ASAP.
Contact Camp Director Wayne Wilcox (firstname.lastname@example.org) to register or to get more information.
Fall Camporee 2016 – The Mystic East
(for Webelos 2, Boy Scouts & Venturers)
Dates: Fall 2016 TBC
Registration due by TBC
The Mayflower District Fall Camporee 2016 will be a challenging and fun experience to test each Scout’s skills and each Patrol’s ability to work as a team. Webelos II Dens are encouraged to participate in the Camporee to introduce the Webelos to camping and fulfill the Boy Scout Activity requirement for the Arrow of Light Award.
The Mystic East is an area that is steeped in mystery and history. China was a great imperial power with trading colonies as far as Mogadishu in Africa and Baghdad in Modern Iraq. In 1422 a change in the Imperial Court meant that China entered into a period of isolation that closed these trading posts and open the lucrative spice trade to the Europeans. We invite you to join us as we journey through the wonders of this closed society. We will travel from the Great Wall on the northern frontier to the southern coast and the Towers of Hanoi.
The Information Pack is coming soon. Contact Luke Johnson (email@example.com) to register or to get more information.