Cub Scouts are boys and girls aged between 8 and 10 years, who like challenge and adventure.
Cub Scouts usually meet once a week as a pack, under the supervision of a trained team of adult leaders.
The pack is divided into sixes, each named after a colour and lead by a Cub Scout called a Sixer. Challenge and adventure are experienced in a wide range of exciting indoor and outdoor activities that include games, crafts, cooking, visits and outings and of course, camping.
These activities offer, through the Cub Scout Programme, the opportunity to achieve awards and badges. Helping others forms an important part of Cub Scouting.
Fundraising for charities, conservation projects and work with the elderly are just a few examples.