Category Archives: Earley Scouts

Guess the Weight of the Cake Competition

We are running the popular “Guess the Weight of the Christmas Cake” competition, for only £1. Nearest weight gets a great Christmas Cake.  Just visit the Scouts at the garden centre to enter.

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Scout Christmas Tree fund raiser

This Saturday is the start of our major fundraising initiative – carrying Christmas trees! We’ll be at the Country Gardens garden centre at Loddon Bridge. If you buy a Christmas Tree the Scouts will carry it to your car. Come on … Continue reading

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Scouts and Sea Scouts go sailing for the weekend

At the beginning of September the Sea Scouts and Scouts of 84th went yacht sailing for the weekend on the Solent. They started of in the Hamble RIver on Friday night and sailed across to Yarmouth on the Isle of … Continue reading

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Scouts canal boat trip June

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On Friday the 22nd of June the Scouts went canal boating for the weekend. They had great fun, the voyage was from Aldermaston to Newbury with a barbecue and stops at parks on the way. Some of them weren’t too … Continue reading


Earley Scouts on Lake Windermere

Sea Scouts and Scouts from Earley took advantage of the great facilities at Great Tower to test their sailing and canoeing skills on Lake Windermere during our recent expedition to the Lake District.

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Earley Scouts enjoy life at Great Tower Camp (Lake District)

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Lake Camp – Wansfell Pike

After our long journey up to the Lakes, Earley Scouts ans Sea Scouts let off steam by heading up Wansfell Pike.

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We have been in the Lakes!

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Scouts and Crocodiles – an even match?

Scouts from 84th Reading visited the Crocodile Zoo near Oxford recently.  Not certain who was scared the most – the Scouts or the Crocodiles!

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Scouts Windsor Camp

84th Reading Scouts hiked from Bracknell to Windsor Great Park in early March.  With glorious weather on the Saturday for the walk to Windsor it was somewhat of a shock to wake up to cold and snow flurries on the … Continue reading

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