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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.

  • Winter Walks - Brockhill County Park Sat 5th Feb 2022 10am -1pm, Lullingstone Country Park Sun 6th Feb 2022 10am – 1pm
    Bookings are closed, missed the date and still want to go please contact us.
  • Friday 18th Feb - Sunday 20th Feb - Leaders Weekend Away at Kingswood Grosvenor Hall
    Find out more and book your place - Download the flyer
  • Sunday Sept 18th - Rock Pooling and Countryside activities Samphire Hoe Country Park
  • 15th and 16th October 2022 – Big Day Out - Beavers, Cubs and Scouts – Historic dockyard, Chatham organised by Scout Active Support
Beaver County Challenge Badge 2022

Complete 10 of the challenges.

  1. Take part in a District or County activity / event
  2. Celebrate a national holiday
  3. Meet and learn about someone who serves your community i.e. a police officer, your Mayor, a vet, a coastguard, a lifeboat crew member
  4. Complete at least one Skills 4 Life unit -
  5. Share photos (providing consent has been given) or a brief write up on Kent Beaver Facebook/Twitter page of the fantastic things the Colony has been up to Facebook and Twitter
  6. Take part in a cooking activity
  7. Build a fire - it doesn’t have to be a real one
  8. Support nature by making a bird feeder, bug hotel, hedgehog house – can you get any pictures of the birds enjoying their feast, bugs tucked up in the hotel or hedgehogs snuggled in their house? RSBP - Make a recycled bird feeder
  9. Go on a litter pick with your colony
  10. Make a donation to a local foodbank or animal rescue centre, find out about the work they do, perhaps see if you can pay them a visit
  11. Take part in a sleepover
  12. As a colony learn a new skill then make either a poster or a video to show what you have learnt
  13. Have a joint activity with your Cub pack
  14. Go on a nature walk with a twist – using your tracking skills leave a trail for others to follow
  15. Invite a member of the Kent Beaver Scout Support team to your colony – contact us.
Last updated by Stuart