3rd Esher Scout Group

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3rd Esher at Scoutabout 2022!

Posted by andrewburnsqc@gmail.com on July 6, 2022 at 4:35 AM

3rd Esher at District Cub Camp

Posted by andrewburnsqc@gmail.com on July 6, 2022 at 4:35 AM

Scout Troop Activities

Posted by andrewburnsqc@gmail.com on July 6, 2022 at 4:30 AM

Fantastic Cub Games Night

Posted by andrewburnsqc@gmail.com on January 22, 2022 at 10:45 AM

Charity Christmas Tree Sale at Lower Green

Posted by andrewburnsqc@gmail.com on November 24, 2021 at 5:05 AM

Recent Activites

Posted by andrewburnsqc@gmail.com on October 18, 2021 at 3:55 AM

Night HikesEsher Fire Station VisitMeeting Scouts in Sweden and Estonia for the Jamboree on the Internet

Welcome to the Scout Troop

Posted by andrewburnsqc@gmail.com on September 1, 2021 at 10:55 AM

Opening this month: 3rd Esher Scout Troop.

As well as the Lower Green Mini Fete on 4 September (1pm-4pm) and the resumption of Beavers and Cubs, September sees the formal opening of the Scout Section for 10 1/2 to 14 year olds.  The programme will be published on OSM soon but we hope will include:

Fishing Competiiton, Night Hike, Air Rifle Shooting, Foil Pan Cooking, Fireworks Night, Cooking Competition, Fire Safety Badge, Caving at Merstham Mine, Wide Games on Oxshott Heath, Leadership and Teamwork Challenges, Climbing, Christmas Party.

Watch this Space!  Email: 3rdesherscouts@gmail.com for more details or to join in the fun.

Some of the new Scouts joned in a Weekend Camp at Polyapes in August:

Back to Outdoor Activities!

Posted by andrewburnsqc@gmail.com on April 22, 2021 at 7:45 AM

Welcome back to outdoor activities after so long stuck on Zoom.  We meet at Lower Green Community Centre - but principally outdoors - so dress for all weathers please.

The UK Scouts Covid Guidance for Readiness level: YELLOW - until July 2021


This means: Section meetings can take place outdoors and indoors. Some local residential activities with restrictions.

Maximum group size: Activities involving young people: no limit on group size but remain as only one section meeting independently of others. Indoor activities will be limited by the size of the location given social distancing remains.

The number of adults present should be limited to those who are required to be present to support the activity. It’s important to remember that we’re still in the middle of the pandemic and we all have the duty to make sure we’re following the letter and spirit of the guidance.

 Activities (including those away from your usual meeting place) should be planned to minimise risk by limiting travel at all times.


Cub Cooking Competition

Posted by andrewburnsqc@gmail.com on March 10, 2021 at 4:55 PM

Hello Surrey Cubs,


This year we are running the County Cub Cooking Competition with a slightly differently twist.

It will be OPEN TO ALL (including Leaders) and will be run in a similar way to the events we did during Lockdown#1... all that time ago (keep reading for more information!)


It will be open for just 2 weeks from 19th March to 29th March

To enter all you need to is:

Cook a two course meal, lay and decorate a table and serve it to a member of your family......simple...


Now here's the catch !!!

The only thing you can cook it in is a MUG (you can serve it out of the mug but the food must be cooked in a mug)

Don’t panic - there are loads of ideas online to help you – just give it a Google ��

We will need photographic evidence of what you have done to be able to judge so........take lots of photos!


send a montage of photos in an email to us at cubchallenges@surrey-scouts.org.uk. (no pdf's please)

We will then add these to the Smug Mug photo album for all to see. (Check out what some of the Leaders have done already. (Link below)

Judging will be done by a specially, hand picked, food loving, County Cub Team Members, and they will make the final decision at the end of the Month

*Entries can be uploaded/emailed across any time over the two weeks until the deadline at 10am on 30th March


Categories for the judging:

1) Overall Winner

2) Most Creative Meal

3) Most Creative Place to Serve your Meal

Leaders) Combined of above Categories.


Please ensure that the photo contains a clear sign with your name (first name only please) Scout Group and district (e.g. Sophie, 1st Chertsey , Runneymede), as this is the only way the judges will be able to work out whose photo is whose!

They will be uploaded to https://surreyscouts.smugmug.com/Public-Galleries/Surrey-Cub-Challenges/County-Cooking-Competition-2021 so that everyone can see them and get inspiration and encouragement.

This competition is open to all Cub Scouts in the County, so hopefully there will be some great/interesting meals cooked - get your creativity working overtime!


**Please note that Smug Mug is a publicly viewable gallery used by Surrey Scouts for the promotion of Scouting and to share Scouting events. Parents should be aware of this. If you wish to enter a photo but not have it on the gallery, they should make that clear at the time of submitting entries and we will ensure that it does not go in.

We are very much looking forward to seeing your amazing meals.


Stay safe one and all


County Cub Team


Garden Winter Adventure - Birdwatch Special

Posted by andrewburnsqc@gmail.com on January 30, 2021 at 5:25 AM

As it is really wet this weekend, wait until it dries up a bit to try cooking a meal in the Great Outdoors in your back garden!

Send in your photos of you cooking outdoors in the cold and rain!

But you can take part in the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch. www.rspb.org.uk

Here is an easy guide to some of the birds you may see in your gardens aroudn Esher.  You get one point for every small bird, two points for every large bird and 5 points for every rare bird sighted this weekend.  And 5 points for any bird that is not on the guide - write down its name and take a photo or draw a picture.