Welcome to 4th New Forest North (Eling) Sea Scouts

A thriving Royal Navy Recognised Group based in Totton, near Southampton UK, with Beavers, Cubs, Scouts and Sea Explorers
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Charity Number 302268  -  RN Recognition Number 99
Group News

Emma is right on target





SCOUT SUCCESSES



A BRILLIANT "WELL DONE" to Emma, who attended the National Scout Archery Competition and came 2nd in the Under 14, 20 yard target shoot.

Newsletter available on line - 27 April 2012

The latest edition of the Group Newsletter has been published online.









Derrick and Shirley Say Goodbye





AFTER NINE YEARS, Derrick and Shirley Smith have decided to hang up their Beaver Scout Woggles. The work of the two Leaders was celebrated at the recent Family Quiz night.

Family Quiz Night - A great success






The recent Family Quiz night proved to be a great success with over £400 raised from the Quiz and sale of refreshments at the District 6-a-side football competition earlier in the day.

St George's Day Awards





ELING LEADER HONOURED



CONGRATULATIONS TO VANESSA our Cub Scout Leader, who has been honoured in the annual Scouts' St George's Day awards with a Silver Acorn, for "specially distinguished service".

Apart from runing our Cub Scout Pack every Wednesday for years, Vanessa also

The Eagle has landed - again







CONGRATULATIONS to the three teams from Warrior Scout Troop who took part in the recent District Eagle Trophy competition and took three fantastic 1st, 3rd and 4th places.


Eling's stars - updated

Group's volunteers are recognised for long service - new pictures.




The twenty five years service badge.


Retiring treasurer Jack receives his certificate.




TWO NEW PICTURES HAVE BEEN ADDED - Nick Scott receiving his 5 year award and Mandy proudly holding her 25 year certificate.




Aquativity Update - 29 Jan 2012





Two new donations move us forward.

Whilst the building work has paused as we move from shell completion to fit-out, the team which is steering the construction of our new HQ has not. The next phase of work is being planned; this will see us able to start using the boat store -and the removal of the old green container. We have had two major boosts to the project recently, thanks to the generosity of local businesses.

Sheffield Insulations (www.sheffins.co.uk) are providing 600 sheets of plasterboard to line the walls and ceilings, creating the internal rooms. Our thanks go to them for their magnificent support.

We must also thank Barker Mills, who have donated £10,000 to the building fund, on top of their previous donations. This is a wonderful gesture and brings us a big step nearer to completion. Thanks to Karen for organizing this.

Our fund raisers are still busy and have launched two new initiatives which we are asking you to support.







Scout Programme Published - 5 Jan 2012





Meetings now listed until the end of March

The Scout Troop has now issued information about its programme of meetings for the coming three months. A great variety of activities have been planned.