Cubs are young people aged 8-10.5 who master new skills and try new things, all whilst having fun, adventure and making friends. Cubs are also curious about the world around them, help others and make a difference in their community and beyond. Cubs gather every week, usually at the Scout Hut, as a group called the Pack and take part in activities and challenges. They spend plenty of time outdoors, for example, building dens, going on moonlit walks and playing wide games. The Cubs learn new skills such as baking delicious cakes and providing first aid. They may not master the skills – that’s fine – but will grow in confidence. You could let us know if there is a particular skill that you would like to try! Helping others and making an impact is also key to being a Cub. They learn about global issues such as global warming and locally they may put on a show at a retirement home. A group of Cubs is known as a Pack and they are led by an adult called Akela, along with other adults. The Pack is then split into teams called Sixes that are led by an older Cub whose job is to take charge of games and welcome new members, among other responsibilities. The Pack is open to everyone, so contact us now to see if we have space. If you have questions about accessibility let us know and the leaders will work with you to make sure your young person has the best possible experience. Start the Cub adventure and join today!