Challenge 14

Are you a Beaver, Cub, Scout, Explorer, Network member, leader or supporter who enjoys outdoor fun and adventure? If the answer is YES then in 9 weeks’ time there is only one place to be ‘Central Yorkshire Scouts CHALLENGE 14’ in Bramham Park.

If you are up for the Challenge then on Friday night you will enjoy incredible entertainment and from early on Saturday morning will be able to get stuck into a massive range of activities from Climbing, Zip Wires, canoeing, water mazes, mountain boarding and assault courses to circus skills, crafts, backwoods cooking and survival skills. Saturday evening will involve a massive camp fire, fireworks and further live entertainment and some special events for Explorer Scouts.

Sunday will arrive all too quickly but if you still have the energy then there will be a further chance to do the activities you missed on Saturday or maybe repeat your favourites.

If you are a Scout in Central Yorkshire then there really is nowhere else to be on the 11th to 13th July.

Talk to your leaders , get booked and enjoy the Challenge.

Seacroft Family Fun Day!

Are you looking for a bit of excitement this Saturday?

Why not come and join us at Seacroft Green next to St James' Church, Seacroft for an afternoon of fun family events.
There'll be a BBQ, camp fire, Circus skills, toasted marshmallows, Games, Stilt walkers and all sorts of things for you to see and do!

12pm onwards!!

Ready? Set... BOWL!

District Bowling Competition 
Our Annual Cubs and Scouts Bowling Event

Get ready for the Bowling Competition 2014!
Taking place at 6.30pm on Wednesday 5th February 2014!

Alongside the Bowling Competition we will also be holding our second Annual Explorer Pool Tournament - Do you think you've got what it takes to take on last years champion?

Feast of Lanterns

The Feast of the Lanterns is going to be one of the main highlights in the Leeds Templars calendar; providing an opportunity for Beavers, Cubs, Scouts and Explorers to really get creative and messy whilst enjoying a fantastic display of lights and colour.

How is the event setup?

The weekend comprises of 2 sections, which your team will be entered into depending on the nature of your display:

Traditional – A light display made of completely traditional methods

Fantastia - All Displays using electrical lighting or sound

How does the competition run?

The camp is held during the 3rd weekend in March 2014, over a full weekend. Each group arrives on site (pre-booking is required) and randomly selects an envelope containing their site for the weekend.

The groups are then left to create their masterpieces during the Saturday. Judges will view the groups during the day on the Saturday to get an idea of the amount of work and effort that has been put into each display.

The real judging then starts after the last minute rush to get the displays lit on Saturday evening when dark falls. Each display is judged by our panel and scores will be awarded on creativity, hard work, ingenuity and originality. The displays are then also open to other Young People, leaders and parents to come to the site and take a walk around.

The much coveted title is then awarded to the winning groups on the Sunday morning at our Scouts Own service.

Activities during the weekend also include:

Archery

Pioneering

Craft

Fire building

Backwoods cooking

Tug of War

Airsoft (range 11+)

Camp fire

Survival Skills

Poi

Treasure Hunt

Cobra knotting

Volleyball

Football

Badminton

Circus Skills

Spiders web

Jousting

Plus much more!

Christmas Carol Service

Deck The Halls with bows of Holly.....

We know you may be sick of Christmas Songs in the shops already. But.....
We're inviting Santa, his elves, Beavers, Cubs, Scouts, Explorers, Network and all our Scout Leaders to come and join us for a Christmas Carol Service at St James' Church, Seacroft. Thursday 5th December @ 6.30pm

Click here to download the flyer
A5 flyers here

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