Explorer Unit Programme

Current Programmes

Explorer Unit Programme PDF Explorer Unit Thursday Programme
Autumn/Winter 2018
Sunday Duty Patrol
PDFSunday Duty Patrol Rota
Sept 2018 – Aug 2019
prog-boating
PDFWater Activities Programme
Summer 2018

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

Upcoming Events

Mar
24
Sun
Fortune Garden Fundraiser
Mar 24 @ 17:30 – 19:30

On Sunday 24th March at 5.30pm we will be having a social/fundraising evening for families and friends of 3rdCB at Fortune Garden Chinese Restaurant, 1159-1161 London Road, Leigh-on-Sea to raise funds for 3rd Chalkwell Bay.

The prices are £16 for adults and £8 for children (under 10 years old), which will include a three-course meal with a good selection of choices. Options can be provided for Vegetarians, Pescatarians and Vegans – please indicate this on the form .

We are also planning to hold a raffle during the evening, and would welcome donations of prizes – please let me know if you would like to donate a prize or if you have any business contacts who might like to donate a raffle prize to our worthwhile cause.

It’s a great opportunity for a night out with family and friends and I hope to see as many of you there as possible. It should be a great night!

Apr
28
Sun
Church Parade
Apr 28 @ 10:30 – 12:15

The Church PennantChurch Parade Service at the New Road Fishermen’s Chapel.

Meet at The Den at 10:30 in full uniform as usual. We will parade from The Den to New Road Church. Parents are welcome to join us for the service. We will be finished at The Den at 1215.

Jun
9
Sun
Church Parade
Jun 9 @ 10:30 – 10:45

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.

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.

Oct
20
Sun
Harvest Festival Church Parade
Oct 20 @ 10:30 – 12:15

The Church PennantChurch Parade Service at the New Road Fishermen’s Chapel.

Meet at The Den at 10:30 in full uniform as usual. We will parade from The Den to New Road Church. Parents are welcome to join us for the service. We will be finished at The Den at 1215.

As this is the Harvest Festival church parade please bring a non-perishable food item such as TIns or Pasta which will be donated to local charities.

Dec
15
Sun
Christmas Toy and Carol Service
Dec 15 @ 10:30 – 10:45

Our December Church Parade takes place in The Den, with families and the congregation from the Fisherman’s Chapel invited to join us. This is held as a toy & carol service at our usual time of 10.30 for an 11.00 start on Sunday 16th December.

Families and friends are very welcome to join us to sing some carols, and we will be delighted if you will join us afterwards for mince pies and coffee.

Toy Sunday Service 2014The toys received have gone for many years to the Marigold Centre which gives support to troubled families within Southend Borough. The centre can only accept new toys in their original wrappings (with instructions etc) and not gift wrapped.

For our youth members who are thinking of others at this time of year and wish to donate their own toys that they have either outgrown or don’t use (and maybe make space for their new Christmas presents), we will gladly also receive these, and pass them to  HARP – a local homeless project which we also support. Again, please leave these unwrapped to they can be given out appropriately.

Hopefully you will encourage your child to buy a new gift with their own pocket money to give some joy to a child less fortunate.

 

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