1st Lichfield (St Chads) Scout GroupBeavers, Cubs and Scout Group meetings in North Lichfield.
Cubs Section FAQ’s
1. Where do we meet
2. When do we meet
3. Age range
4. Directions to camps and other events
5. How much does it cost
6. Uniform – where to get it
7. Uniform – what to get
9. Badges – where to sew them
10. Badges – what do you do to get them
11. Investiture – what’s it all about
12. The Cubs Promise
13. The Cubs Law
14. The Cubs Prayer
- 1. Where do we meet
- We generally meet at the Leasowe Hall – see “How to find us” for directions.
- 2. When do we meet?
- Every Monday from 6:45pm – 8:15pm.
- 3. Age range
- Age 8 to 10 1/2 (inclusive). Cubs take breaks at the same times as school holidays.
- 4. Directions to camps and other events
- Click here to view direction sto camps and other events.
- 5. How much does it cost?
- We ask children to pay subs which cover the cost of meetings – check out “Subs and Gift Aid” for further details.
- 6. Uniform – Where to get it
Uniform is available locally in Lichfield City Centre from:
Buxton and Bonnet
6-10 Bakers La, Lichfield, WS13 6NF. Tel. 01543 262 071
38 Tamworth Street, Lichfield, Staffordshire, WS13 6JJ. Tel. 01543 255474
- 7. Uniform – What to get
- The basic Cubs uniform is :
- Bottle Green Cub Sweatshirt
- Bottle Green Cub Poloshirt
- Any Dark Grey Trousers (their dark grey school trousers are fine)
They will receive a Woggle and Necker when they are Invested.
- 8. Camps
- We take Cubs on several overnight weekend camps each year where they can take part in a range of outdoor activities suitable for their age. These generally start Friday night and return on Sunday afternoons.
Details of these will be given out when they take place but check out our “Camps and Kit List” pages for more general information.
- 9. Badges – Where to sew them
- If you click on the link below it will open a diagram showing you exactly where to sew your Cubs badges.
Click here for Cubs badge locations
- 10. Badges – What do you do to get them?
- There are many badges that Cubs can be awarded, too many to mention here but if you click on the link below it will open up the national Cub website showing details of all Cubs badges.
Scoutbase – Cubs Badges link
- 11. Investiture – What is it all about?
- The investiture ceremony is the time when a Cub, by reciting the Cub Promise, publicly announces their commitment to the Cub Law.
At the ceremony, the Cub makes a Promise to the other Cubs of their troop and to all the Cubs of the world. It is once the candidate has made this Promise that they become a Cub.
The future cub will need to learn both the Cub Promise and the Cub Law for this ceremony.
- 12. The Cubs Promise
I promise that I will do my best,
to do my duty to God and to the Queen,
to help other people,
and to keep the Cub Scout Law.
- 13. The Cubs Law
Cub Scouts always do their best,
think of others before themselves,
and do a good turn every day.
- 14. The Cubs Prayer
Teach us good Lord,
To serve thee as we ought,
To give, and not to count the cost,
To fight, and not to heed the wounds,
To toil and not to seek for rest,
To labor and not to seek any reward,
Save that of knowing that we do thy will.
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