Cub Programme Spring 2024 Date Programme Notes JanuaryWednesday 10thPack ForumIntroductory session for the start of a new year and new term. Wednesday 17thDisability AwarenessWe shall be doing activities based upon some of the disabilities that people face to raise awareness.Wednesday 24thInternational Evening / Burns NightA chance to learn about other cultures and enjoy burns night.Wednesday 31stFire Lighting at Frith GrangeWe are heading to Frith Grange to practice lighting fires in the great outdoors.FebruaryWednesday 7thCooking CompetitionThe Cub Sixes will go in a head to head competition to cook the best meal they can for our unsuspecting gourmet judge.Wednesday 14thHalf TermHalf TermWednesday 21stFounder's DayIts back to the Jungle Book for some intersix games and activities in honour of Lord Baden-Powell, the founder of Scouting.Wednesday 28thFirst AidMarchWednesday 6thHousehold SkillsA chance to learn about the various everyday skills needed to help out around the house.Saturday 9thQuiz NightAll Saints’ Church Hall. Tickets £12.00 per person from https://www.thescouthut.org.uk/event/quiz2024/Sunday 10thChurch ParadeThe service starts at 10.30am but please arrive at 10.15am so that we can assemble and go into the church together. Please attend in full uniform. Parents are welcome too!Wednesday 13thMap Reading and OrienteeringWhat is north and south? What is the difference between an A road and a motorway? How do you get from A to B and perhaps even C? All of these will cover in this session of Cubs.Wednesday 20thHike in Hadley WoodA hike around Hadley Wood to hone the Cubs' map reading skills.Wednesday 27thCommunity Care - Litter PickIt is always important to be able to help others, do a good turn for the community and make where we live a clean and tidy place for all.