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Jan 20 2018
Jan 20 2018
As a registered Charity, Cranleigh Scout Group is able to claim an additional 25p for every pound of the money paid in as subscriptions each year. This is a valuable source of income for the group, with a potential £3000 a year available to us. In order to be able to claim Gift Aid, we need a signed Gift Aid form from the person who pays the subscription fee.
We are in the processing of updating our Gift Aid records and I’m asking all eligible parents/subscription payers to complete and return the current Gift Aid form to us as soon as possible.
The form can be found in PDF format here and paper copies are available in the Cranleigh Scout HQ. Please complete and return to a leader as soon as possible.
This really is a very valuable income stream for us and a very low effort fundraiser!
Yours in Scouting
Group Scout Leader
Nov 05 2017
Sunday12th November 2017
10.15am at Scout HQ
Each year we remember those who have died in conflict at the War Memorial in Cranleigh. It is a privilege to attend and honour the fallen with the other service organization, particularly the other youth groups. We have been allocated prime space inside the Remembrance garden. All Scouts ( Beavers, Cubs, Scouts and Explorers ) are expected to attend the Remembrance Day Service and Parade meeting at the Scout Headquarters at 10.15am.
Please wear full uniform ( shoes not trainers ) and remember to wear something warm underneath your Scout shirt. Coats will be permitted in the event of bad weather. Be aware that the police will be closing the High Street from 10.30am to 11.30am. Afterwards we shall march to the British Legion HQ – please collect your child from here about 11.30am. Parents are welcome along the route and at the service. Thank you.
Colin Desmond GSL / Dave Saunders AGSL
Oct 16 2017
Oct 11 2017
Change of location – we will be meeting at Cranleigh Showground, NOT Bentley Copse as it says in the program.
Sep 04 2017
With the exception of Ottawa Beavers, all sections start the autumn term in the week beginning Monday 11th.
Ottawa Beavers will restart on Wednesday 20th.
Jun 20 2017
The Scouts all had a great time on Survival Camp, I’m sure it was one of the sunniest camps we’ve had! We built some great shelters, slept out in the woods, made fire strikers, and cooked over open fires.
Some of the Dads came along for Fathers Day on Sunday, the Scouts showed off the shelters they had slept in, helped the Dads make fire strikers, and cooked lunch for them over their fires.
A big thank you to all the leaders, Kathryn, James, Andrew, Graham, Colin and Marcus for giving up their weekend and all their hardwork and support that went into running a great camp for our Scouts. Thank you also to Ray, for letting us take over his field for the weekend.
A few pictures below:
Jun 08 2017
There will be no Scouts tonight. Scouts resumes next week 15th June 2017.
May 31 2017
Looks like we were much more organised than expected today, so we have caught an earlier ferry. We will have lunch in Portsmouth and then the plan is catch the 1145, arriving in Guildford at 1245.