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
Scouting is available to people of all faiths.
- Virtual Camps details will be available soon.
This years competition is now open!
Design your badge and send to Jennifer Abel, The Bungalow, Mill Farm, West Kingsdown, Sevenoaks, Kent. TN156AU..
You can see last years badge, so let us see what you can do for 2020!
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.