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Leagrave Cub Scout Pack


Falkes District Scouts, Bedfordshire

Cubs are young people aged between 8 and 10½, who make up the second section of the Scouting family, between Beavers and Scouts.


During their time in the Pack, Cubs will get a chance to try lots of different activities like swimming, music, exploring, computing and collecting.

There are a range of badges available which Cubs can wear on their uniforms to show everyone how well they're doing.

Cubs also get to go on trips and days out, to places like the zoo, theme parks or a farm. Sometimes they will be able to go camping with the rest of the Pack and take part in all kinds of outdoor activities.

Structure and organisation

A Pack of Cubs is organised into Sixes, with each Six named after a colour, and a Sixer and a Seconder in charge.

Where are we?

Southfields Primary School

Pastures Way





Southfields Primary School
Pastures Way
Meeting Times
Fridays - 19:15 to 20:45

Due to our active programme, we often meet outside of these times as well.

News & Blogs

Athletics Badge
05/07/2019 By David Faraday

The Cubs enjoyed an evening of following a blind trail, egg and spoon races, sack races, throwing balls into baskets and press ups plus lots more fun.  An evening in the sun and lots of athletics Badges earnt.

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Group AGM 2019
28/05/2019 By Gary Sturrock

Friday 17th May and Leagrave Scout Group held its Annual General Meeting at Southfields Primary School.

The meeting started with a game show from the Young Leaders - 'Family Scouting Fortunes' and a lot of laughs rang out at some of the answers provided.

To commence the AGM properly the GSL John Rees announced the retirement for family reasons of our Chariman John Wilson. John we thank you for your service to the group and hope you will stay around and help out in the sections when you can.

John then announced that he had discussed with Syed Gilani to replace John as Group Chariman and he had agreed. So a big welcome to the Group Exec for Syed who acted as a parent representative prior to his appointment as Chairman. Congratulations.

Minutes of last meeting agreed and the usual agenda items were gone through before the presentations started. 

Gerald Law a recent recipient of the Bar to the Silver Acorn assited in presentaing the awards.


First came Beavers with the following winners:

Beaver of the Year:                 Joan Anderson

Most Improved Beaver:         Tyler Palmer

Fun & Friends:                        Vincent McClave

Improved Confidence:           Jayda Webb

Most Helpful Beaver:            Isabel Bideau

A medal for his acheivements in Beavers went to Bruce Jones.

Badger (Jacky) then asked all her leaders to come up and presented them with a small token of her thanks. 


Next came Cub Awards:

Cub of the Year:                     Callum Towler

Most Improved Cub:              Clayton Faraday & Joel Anderson

Best All Round Cub:              Maleah Francis

Best Behaved:                       Callum Stubbs & Jessica Bideau

David (a fill in for Cathy) then presented cub leaders with a small token of Cathy's thanks for their work during the year. 


Followed by Scout Awards:

Leaders Scout of the Year:   Georgia Bideau

Scouts Scout of the Year:     Fareed Gilani

Young Scout of the Year:      Arthur Gosk

Best Scout at Camp;             Faith Gazeley

Best Attitude to Scouting:    Sean Lynch

Gary then colled on all his leaders and thanked them for their assitance during the year with a small gift.


Next came Nigel for the Young Leader Awards:

Leaders Young Leader of the Year:                  Jordan Timms

Young Leaders Young Leader of the Year:      Daniel Denyer


John Rees then stood and presented his own award for work within the group to Alison Dewdney, out Group Secretary and a Cub Leader for her work during the year.

John then moved onto the Leader of the Year and due to a tie in votes the award for Leader of the Year went to 2 people; Nigel Timms and Gary Sturrock.

A large cake was then lit at stage side for Michael Waller for 30 years in scouting and Gary Sturrock for his 60th birthday.

Michael Waller was also applauded loudly by tlhe whole meeting for the award of his Silver Acorn. Congratulations Michael and very well deserved.

The AGM closed with the raffle where over 30 prizes were available and much needed funds raised for the group.     

Congratulations to all for a fantastic Year for the group and the youg people. Heres to another good one in 2019/20

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County Football Tournament
14/05/2019 By David Faraday

On Saturday 11th May 2019, the Cubs took part in a County Football Tournament at Luton Football Ground.  Our team of 7 Cubs Scouts managed by our Young Leaders Cameron and David had a superb day, we drew 1-1, Lost 1-0, won 3-0, 2-0, 2-0 coming overall 2nd in our group.  A fantastic day, the Cubs and Young leaders showing true team spirit.

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Cubs go Gardening.
13/04/2019 By David Faraday

Today (13/04/19) a mix of 19 Cubs, 1 Scout and 2 Young leaders from both Lea and Leagrave Scout Groups joined together to tidy the garden at the Hockwell Ring Community Centre. Fantastic to see the 2 groups working and playing together.  The young people worked hard clearing the leaves and pots, ready for the day centre and  lunch club to begin planting.   After a quick snack we finished off the garden including emptying the bins and headed off to the park for a wide game and the play equipment.  A fantastic day, and new friends made.

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Blog | Cub End Of Term Swimming
05/04/2019 By David Faraday

The Cub Pack spent their last night of the winter term at Lewsley Park Swimming Pool. We had 15 Cubs, 2 Young Leaders, 1 Scout and 5 leaders attend. It was their fun session on the Friday Evening. After we all got in the pool and had some fun on the matts and the slide (I was the first one down it that night), it was time for some of the cubs to get to work on their swimming stage badges. We had 9 Cubs and 1 Scout that attacheved leavel one. 

Level One.



  1. Learn the general safety rules for swimming (such as not diving into shallow water or not swimming on your own) and where it is safe to swim locally.
  2. Show you know how to prepare for exercises such as taking part in a warm up.
  3. Demonstrate a controlled entry, without using the steps, into at least 1.5 metres of water.
  4. Swim 10 metres on your front.
  5. Tread water for 30 seconds in a vertical position.
  6. Using a buoyancy aid, float still in the water for 30 seconds.
  7. Demonstrate your ability to retrieve an object from chest-deep water.
  8. Perform a push and glide on both your front and back.
  9. Swim 25 metres without stopping.
  10. Take part in an organised swimming activity.


We then had 2 Cubs and 1 Scout that then went on to do their level 2.


A big well done to all that achieved a swimming badge.


This has got to be the first time that we have sent the Cubs home cleaner than when they arrived!!

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Leagrave Cub Scout Pack
Southfields Primary School, Pastures Way, Leagrave, Luton, Bedfordshire, Luton
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