Congratulations to Andy Parker, our latest leader to join Bransgore scout movement as a cub leader.
Andy has made a real splash by really “swimming up” at the start of his investiture following a successful outdoor cub swimming event back in warm September at Avon Tyrell
Just wanted to thank everyone who helped at this year’s beer festival. It was a fantastic team effort from everyone, but a special mention must go to Kevin Dawson who organised our stall and worked there the entire weekend.
We raised around £850, which is great, especially as this money was not budgeted for and therefore will not be needed for site expenses.
This means it can be spent directly on additional activities or equipment for the young people.
Just seen this link on “Easyfundraising” – might be worth considering if you are looking to switch energy supplier?
Thanks for looking!
With 8 people registered so far we’ve already raised £4 with people doing their web shopping as normal 🙂
FYI – Amazon give up to 1.5% cash back and eBay can be as much as 4%
Bransgore scouts are set up on easy fund raising!
You can help to raise funds for scouting just by registering on the site and making any future purchases by finding your retailer from the easy fund raising site instead of going direct to the retailer.
You can find a full explanation in this link.
Just wanted to say a Great Big THANK YOU, to everyone who supported our fund-raising today at the Bransgore Fun Day.
We raised over £640 which will be used to fund more adventures for the young people.
We really appreciate everyone who supplied cakes and treats, but a special mention must go to those that made or served teas and those who helped with the Car Park.
St. George’s day is almost here again (just a week away).
Here’s hoping for great weather as it was today (17/04) for out Scouting parade in Christchurch
We held out annual site open day and AGM today – the weather held and – although chilly at times – it was a great success.
Thanks to all those who helped to prepare the activities and food – and also to the large number of parents and children who turned up.
Particular mention goes to the Explorers who managed to get the cargo net up – it was *really* popular!
We had a food stand at the beer festival last Saturday selling steak wraps, vegetarian wraps and traditional pancakes.
With the help of a lot of volunteers – we managed to make over £480 once costs were taken into account.
Thanks to everyone who helped – and bought our pancakes and steak wraps!