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Cubs Spring Term 2008

Friday, January 11th, 2008

Happy New Year to you all, hope you all had great holidays!

Attached is the outline programme for next term at Cubs. We’re planning to be working towards the new Promise Challenge and Emergency Aid Stage 1 Badges and looking at a couple of Activity Badges as well. Don’t forget that you can check out the badges at and work towards the Activity Badges whenever you want. At some point we’ll be investing our new Cubs too, will get things settled down before we do this though.


Hampton Hill Christmas Parade

Wednesday, December 5th, 2007
Beavers Cubs

As ever the annual Hampton Hill Christmas Parade was a major hit … despite the awful weather!

“Marc really enjoyed the parade, despite the weather. He must have weighed 4lbs more when he came home, in his drenched sweatshirt.

Not one layer under the sweatshirt was wet, owing to his waterproof jacket under the uniform sweatshirt. He was on such a high when he got home.”

Mark’s Mum

Cubs visit gurdwara Sri Singh Sabh in Hounslow

Tuesday, November 13th, 2007

Hi Everyone

First of all, it must be said that you guys and gals were on top form on Monday at the Gurdwara, Wend and I were totally impressed by everyone. So a big THANK YOU for being on best behavior and showing just how great 3HH Cubs are.

I had a great time, I hope you all did too, it was certainly very interesting and the Chapatis and Dhal was lovely……

A couple of points that I thought stood out were that the attitude and beliefs of the Sikh faith are pretty much the same as our own and others and similar to the aims of the Cub Scout law and promise. For example, respecting each other and looking after our things. Being kind and helpful. Treating each other equally and fairly. Sharing and giving (especially food!).


Cubs enjoy games and challenges at Halloween!

Wednesday, October 31st, 2007

In true 3HH style, the Cubs enjoyed games and challenges on Halloween night. With lots of fun both inside the hall and outdoors – why not click on the photo to see what we got up to?

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Double Celebrations … New Akela, New Sixers!

Thursday, September 13th, 2007

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It was a double celebration yesterday for Snowdon pack.

Akela Jon took over as the new Wednesday night leader ably supported by Diana.

In addition, a new set of Sixers were promoted to lead the pack onto great new things! Well done everyone.

Even more Cub leaders needed

Wednesday, August 8th, 2007

We are searching for assistant cub leaders. They will join a hugely successful group and a very supportive leadership team. The leaders try loads of activities. The fun at 3rd Hampton Hill is not only for the kids! If you want to rejoin your childhood and have loads of fun, please contact us via the enquiry page.

A final thank you from Belinda

Monday, August 6th, 2007

World Scout Jamboree 2007 logo Centenary camp has finally passed, and I feel that it was a huge success. For me the camp was exhausting but at the same time phenomenal. I was particularly inspired by the sunrise ceremony and scenes from Brownsea Island. I am immensely proud of MY! Cubs who took everything in their stride with smiles on their faces.


Happy Holidays from Akela Jon

Thursday, July 26th, 2007

Hi Everyone – I hope all the various schools have now broken up and you’re all officially on hols.

This message is just to say a couple of things. First of all, a big thank you to everyone for last term and for your support as we handed over Snowdon pack from Belinda to me. Secondly, a huge well done to all our Cubs with various successes and achievements shown by the nember of badges we handed out. In particular those that gained their Chief Scout Silver Awards – the pinnacle of Cub Scout awards and a real demonstration to the Scouts of what they are getting – make sure these are sewn on to your Scout shirts when you move up in September!!


Cubs go rowing at Richmond

Wednesday, June 27th, 2007

Despite the dreadful rain and cold, the 3HH cubs showed once again that they can’t be beaten. We went to Richmond and were lucky enough to take out two massive rowing boats. Soaking wet, we explored up the river towards Twickenham before turning around and battling the tide back to Richmond Bridge once more!

Click on the photo below to see more pictures of the evening.

Harry Potter February Camp

Tuesday, February 7th, 2006

This February half term we had a fantastic time on a Harry Potter Camp. We experienced the Hogwarts express, falconry, making our own wands and broomsticks, trudging through mud and many other adventures.

Click on the photo below to see more memories of our wonderful camp.

Cubs visit the Poppy Factory

Wednesday, October 13th, 2004

The Cubs – with a contingent of Beavers in tow – were lucky enough to visit the Royal British Legion’s poppy factory in Richmond. What an experience and how much we learnt!

Please click on the photo below to see more of what we got up to!

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