BGH Scout Group have made a smart start to 2016 with new signage at our hut.
Thanks to Alison Candlin and Sharon Butler for putting in the work required and to the good folks at Melksham’s very own print and marketing specialists Footfall Direct for supplying the sign itself.
By the way, the sign is level – it’s the cladding that’s a bit wonky!
A year of Scouting culminated in a Christmas cracker of a Carol Service last week.
The hut was packed with parents, Explorers, Scouts and Cubs, all singing their hearts out. Meanwhile, our Beavers did themselves proud with a great nativity play.
Looking back on the past 12 months at 1st Broughton Gifford & Holt Scout Group, Kaa says: “Many thanks to all parents and helpers for making 2015 such a great year. The hall is looking the best it’s been in years, all the tents are finally renewed and we’ve got some great memories of camps, expeditions, slapping paint around and cooking chips!
Pictured here is the winning team from the Beaver Challenge on Saturday 14 March.
With the Beavers leaders are: Oliver, Charlie, Eloise, Amy, Oliver and Nye.
We are holding our traditional Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday 21st March on the Common.
Chil is also challenging us all with her annual Easter anagram quiz. Download the quiz here or pick up a paper copy next time you’re at the hut.
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Our popular family bingo returns on Friday 17th April. Doors open at 6pm for eyes down prompt at 6.3pm. Bingo books £1 each – refreshments included.
Bring along family and friends and join the fun!
Thanks to all those who supported our group by taking part in February’s pub quiz at The Bell on the Common in Broughton Gifford.
Not only did the quiz raise £80 for our coffers, a team of BGH Scout dads scooped top prize, narrowly pipping the leaders into second place. Plenty of brainpower in our ranks, then!
Our Scouts section have won this year’s District and County Shooting Competition. Our competitors were Alex Giles, Gabriel Hacker, William Cavill, Marcus Wales, Jacob Allsworth and Tom Crawley.
Our group is set to take delivery of a set of smart new tents with the help of a £2,300 grant from Melksham Area Board.
To build on our explosive fundraising performance at the bonfire night, our group took a stall at this year’s Melksham Christmas Fair. The stall did £150 of brisk business with eager Christmas shoppers. Thanks to all those who donated goods for us to sell.