Beavers are usually aged between six and eight years old, though they can be as young as five and three quarters.
They usually meet weekly to take part in a wide range of activities including games, crafts, singing, visits and good turns, along with plenty of outdoor activities.
If you have a questions or would like some help please contact us.
The Beaver Scout Promise
I promise to do my best
To be kind and helpful
And to love God.
The Beaver Scout Law
- Sunday 26th January - Winter Walks 2020 - We are holding two winter walks for Beavers one at Lullingstone Country Park and the other at Brockhill Country Park.
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Criteria: To complete 10 out of the 14 ActivitiesWho can wear the Badge: The whole Beaver Colony (even if not everyone takes part in all activities)
- Take part in The Scout Association's 'A Million Hands' campaign.
- Complete at least two of the Skills 4 Life Modules.
- Share photos (providing consent has been given) or brief write up on Kent Beaver Facebook/Twitter page of the fantastic things the Colony have been up to.
- Take part in a County or District event.
- Have a go at an adventurous activity e.g. climbing, abseiling, crate stacking.
- Have a bring a friend/adult evening so more people can find out about Beaver Scouting.
- Help build a fire and cook on it.
- Visit a place in the community and find out five facts about it e.g. Fire Station, Mayor's office, Gurdwara Temple.
- Support nature by making a feeder or a home e.g. bird feeder, bug hotel, hedgehog house.
- Take part in an event to support your community e.g. litter picking, beach clean-up, weeding a community garden or similar.
- Go on a Beaver sleepover.
- Take part in a joint event/activity with Cubs.
- Go on an activity hike e.g. treasure/scavenger hunt, JOTT, Geocaching.
- Any other suitable challenge as agreed by the Colony leadership team.