Ages 8 to 10.5
Develop new skills. Soar to great heights.
Being a Cub opens up a whole other world. Cubs think big, but know how to start small. We get outside and have adventures, improve our skills, try new things and ask the big questions. If you’ll learn anything at Cubs, it’s how to get back up and try again, and how to step into the other person’s shoes.
If new challenges are your thing, then we’ve got you covered. We do all sorts, including camping, hiking, cooking, exploring, learning new skills and asking the big questions about our world.
Being a Cub
Joining Cubs means you’ll get to meet loads of new people, and try lots of new things. You can find out more about how it all works from The Scouts websiteFind Out More
You don’t need a uniform to be a Cub. However, you’ll need somewhere to put all those badges once you start earning them!Uniform
Cubs is run by a team of experienced and trained volunteers. Some come every week, and others help sweep up once a month.Flexible Volunteering
What We’ve Been Up To
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