Explorer Unit Programme

Current Programmes

Explorer Unit Programme PDF Explorer Unit Thursday Programme
Summer 2019 

See ESU Facebook Group for latest version

Sunday Duty Patrol
PDFSunday Duty Patrol Rota
Sept 2018 – Aug 2019
prog-boating
PDFWater Activities Programme
Summer 2019

Health warning: The programmes are subject to change. If in doubt talk to the leader team.

Upcoming Events

Jun
1
Sat
Open Boating
Jun 1 @ 09:30 – 15:00

Open boating session for any member of the Group to go on the water rowing, sailing or swimming.

Sessions are always supervised by a suitable leader, and no experience is necessary.There is no charge for participating in general boating, just ensure you are down in time good time for the briefing.

You will need to bring suitably warm clothing and footwear, which you don’t mind getting wet. Old trainers are fine, jeans and wellies are not appropriate. The Den has a selection of waterproofs, wetsuits and buoyancy aids available for your use. You will need swimwear to put on under a wetsuit, and a towel to dry off with. If it’s sunny make sure you wear sun cream and a hat.

You may also want to bring a packed lunch and drink or money for chips.Boating activities, as with all outdoor activities, are weather dependant and subject to leader availability.

If we do have to cancel a session it will be published on the Group Facebook page – please check this before travelling down to the Den, especially if the weather is bad.

Jun
2
Sun
Open Boating
Jun 2 @ 10:00 – 16:00

Open boating session for any member of the Group to go on the water rowing, sailing or swimming.

Sessions are always supervised by a suitable leader, and no experience is necessary.There is no charge for participating in general boating, just ensure you are down in time good time for the briefing.

You will need to bring suitably warm clothing and footwear, which you don’t mind getting wet. Old trainers are fine, jeans and wellies are not appropriate. The Den has a selection of waterproofs, wetsuits and buoyancy aids available for your use. You will need swimwear to put on under a wetsuit, and a towel to dry off with. If it’s sunny make sure you wear sun cream and a hat.

You may also want to bring a packed lunch and drink or money for chips.Boating activities, as with all outdoor activities, are weather dependant and subject to leader availability.

If we do have to cancel a session it will be published on the Group Facebook page – please check this before travelling down to the Den, especially if the weather is bad.

Open Boating
Jun 2 @ 10:00 – 16:00

Open boating session for any member of the Group to go on the water rowing, sailing or swimming.

Sessions are always supervised by a suitable leader, and no experience is necessary. There is no charge for participating in general boating, just ensure you are down in time good time for the briefing.

You will need to bring suitably warm clothing and footwear, which you don’t mind getting wet. Old trainers are fine, jeans and wellies are not appropriate. The Den has a selection of waterproofs, wetsuits and buoyancy aids available for your use. You will need swimwear to put on under a wetsuit, and a towel to dry off with. If it’s sunny make sure you wear sun cream and a hat. You may also want to bring a packed lunch and drink or money for chips.

Boating activities, as with all outdoor activities, are weather dependant and subject to leader availability. If we do have to cancel a session it will be published on the Group Facebook page – please check this before travelling down to the Den, especially if the weather is bad.

Jun
8
Sat
Fish Supper & Quiz Night
Jun 8 @ 18:00 – 22:30

Fish/Sausage & Chips followed by a quiz, Adults £15.00 Children £5.00.

Are you wishing you had a fun saturday night lined up in June? If so we have some amazing news for you…

Our next fundraising event is confirmed as a Fish Supper and Quiz Night, at The Den on the 8th June at 18:00, with special guest quiz master Tim Browne!

It would be great to see lots of you there supporting the group. Team sizes are between 3 and 10 people, so feel free to invite your friends along too.

Tickets are selling fast, so please try and reserve your space as soon as possible! Just email mdean@3rdcb.org.uk with your food preferences (Sausage/Fish) and the names of people you would like in your team. Bookings close on 31st May. 

Jun
15
Sat
Open Boating
Jun 15 @ 09:30 – 16:00

Open boating session for any member of the Group to go on the water rowing, sailing or swimming.

Sessions are always supervised by a suitable leader, and no experience is necessary.There is no charge for participating in general boating, just ensure you are down in time good time for the briefing.

You will need to bring suitably warm clothing and footwear, which you don’t mind getting wet. Old trainers are fine, jeans and wellies are not appropriate. The Den has a selection of waterproofs, wetsuits and buoyancy aids available for your use. You will need swimwear to put on under a wetsuit, and a towel to dry off with. If it’s sunny make sure you wear sun cream and a hat.

You may also want to bring a packed lunch and drink or money for chips.Boating activities, as with all outdoor activities, are weather dependant and subject to leader availability.

If we do have to cancel a session it will be published on the Group Facebook page – please check this before travelling down to the Den, especially if the weather is bad.

Jun
16
Sun
Open Boating
Jun 16 @ 09:45 – 16:00

Open boating session for any member of the Group to go on the water rowing, sailing or swimming.

Sessions are always supervised by a suitable leader, and no experience is necessary.There is no charge for participating in general boating, just ensure you are down in time good time for the briefing.

You will need to bring suitably warm clothing and footwear, which you don’t mind getting wet. Old trainers are fine, jeans and wellies are not appropriate. The Den has a selection of waterproofs, wetsuits and buoyancy aids available for your use. You will need swimwear to put on under a wetsuit, and a towel to dry off with. If it’s sunny make sure you wear sun cream and a hat.

You may also want to bring a packed lunch and drink or money for chips.Boating activities, as with all outdoor activities, are weather dependant and subject to leader availability.

If we do have to cancel a session it will be published on the Group Facebook page – please check this before travelling down to the Den, especially if the weather is bad.

Jun
30
Sun
Church Parade
Jun 30 @ 10:30 – 12:15

The Church PennantChurch Parade Service at The Den.

Meet at The Den at 10:30 in full uniform as usual.. Parents are welcome to join us for the service. We will be finished at The Den at 1215, and there will be the opportunity for tea and coffee after the service.

District Awards Day
Jun 30 @ 14:00 – 18:00

District Presentation Day for all those who have achieved their Chief Scout’s Award (across all sections) or national Scouting awards over the past year.

Those involved should have received an invitation by email. Please confirm you wish to attend by e-mailing your name, group and current award level as soon as possible to sue.davis@southendwestscouts.co.uk.

Kindly note that no reminders will be sent and your place at the Awards Presentation Event will only be confirmed if you e-mail us.

Jul
6
Sat
Open Boating
Jul 6 @ 13:00 – 18:00

Open boating session for any member of the Group to go on the water rowing, sailing or swimming.

Sessions are always supervised by a suitable leader, and no experience is necessary.There is no charge for participating in general boating, just ensure you are down in time good time for the briefing.

You will need to bring suitably warm clothing and footwear, which you don’t mind getting wet. Old trainers are fine, jeans and wellies are not appropriate. The Den has a selection of waterproofs, wetsuits and buoyancy aids available for your use. You will need swimwear to put on under a wetsuit, and a towel to dry off with. If it’s sunny make sure you wear sun cream and a hat.

You may also want to bring a packed lunch and drink or money for chips.Boating activities, as with all outdoor activities, are weather dependant and subject to leader availability.

If we do have to cancel a session it will be published on the Group Facebook page – please check this before travelling down to the Den, especially if the weather is bad.

Jul
14
Sun
Open Boating
Jul 14 @ 09:30 – 15:00

Open boating session for any member of the Group to go on the water rowing, sailing or swimming.

Sessions are always supervised by a suitable leader, and no experience is necessary.There is no charge for participating in general boating, just ensure you are down in time good time for the briefing.

You will need to bring suitably warm clothing and footwear, which you don’t mind getting wet. Old trainers are fine, jeans and wellies are not appropriate. The Den has a selection of waterproofs, wetsuits and buoyancy aids available for your use. You will need swimwear to put on under a wetsuit, and a towel to dry off with. If it’s sunny make sure you wear sun cream and a hat.

You may also want to bring a packed lunch and drink or money for chips.Boating activities, as with all outdoor activities, are weather dependant and subject to leader availability.

If we do have to cancel a session it will be published on the Group Facebook page – please check this before travelling down to the Den, especially if the weather is bad.

Jul
20
Sat
Summer Camp Kit Move
Jul 20 @ 10:00 – 14:00

Moving the equiptment from the stores to The Den ready for Summer Camp 2019. Parents are encouraged to attend to help.

Jul
25
Thu
Loading Camp Van
Jul 25 @ 18:00 – 20:30

Loading the Camp Equiptment. It is expected that all those attending advanced party will attend.

Jul
27
Sat
Group Summer Camp
Jul 27 – Aug 3 all-day
Group Summer Camp @ Haughley Park, Suffolk

This summer we will be holding a Group Camp for Beavers, Cubs, Sea Scouts and Explorers.

We all camp in tents for the week, with Scouts & Explorers cooking in their patrols over open fires in a back to basics style. There will be a number of activities, games and competitions throughout the week as well as a day or two off-site to the beach and/or local town.

Beavers camp for the first weekend, Cubs Saturday to Thursday, Scouts/Explorers Saturday to Saturday.

How to book

This year we are using online sign up & payment for Summer Camp. Please visit 3rdCB.org.uk/camp, select the right section and fill in the form to book your child’s space. If you have any questions about the camp or the booking system please speak to your section leader.

Aug
31
Sat
Open Boating
Aug 31 @ 11:00 – 16:30

Open boating session for any member of the Group to go on the water rowing, sailing or swimming.

Sessions are always supervised by a suitable leader, and no experience is necessary.There is no charge for participating in general boating, just ensure you are down in time good time for the briefing.

You will need to bring suitably warm clothing and footwear, which you don’t mind getting wet. Old trainers are fine, jeans and wellies are not appropriate. The Den has a selection of waterproofs, wetsuits and buoyancy aids available for your use. You will need swimwear to put on under a wetsuit, and a towel to dry off with. If it’s sunny make sure you wear sun cream and a hat.

You may also want to bring a packed lunch and drink or money for chips.Boating activities, as with all outdoor activities, are weather dependant and subject to leader availability.

If we do have to cancel a session it will be published on the Group Facebook page – please check this before travelling down to the Den, especially if the weather is bad.

Sep
1
Sun
Open Boating
Sep 1 @ 11:45 – 17:30

Open boating session for any member of the Group to go on the water rowing, sailing or swimming.

Sessions are always supervised by a suitable leader, and no experience is necessary.There is no charge for participating in general boating, just ensure you are down in time good time for the briefing.

You will need to bring suitably warm clothing and footwear, which you don’t mind getting wet. Old trainers are fine, jeans and wellies are not appropriate. The Den has a selection of waterproofs, wetsuits and buoyancy aids available for your use. You will need swimwear to put on under a wetsuit, and a towel to dry off with. If it’s sunny make sure you wear sun cream and a hat.

You may also want to bring a packed lunch and drink or money for chips.Boating activities, as with all outdoor activities, are weather dependant and subject to leader availability.

If we do have to cancel a session it will be published on the Group Facebook page – please check this before travelling down to the Den, especially if the weather is bad.

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