1st Malew ‘Viking’ troop completd their Pioneering activity badge by constructing mini catapults. After completing their catapults there was a competition to find who could fire their ‘pea’ the furthest down the Scout hall.
Down in the beautiful South (Ballasalla), ‘Viking’ Troop, 1st Malew Scouts continued with work towards their pioneering proficiency badge by constructing catapults.
Over the weekend of 6th-8th May 2016 Cubs from 2nd Onchan’s Snaefell Cub Pack attended camp at Ardwhallan Outdoor Education Centre.
The Scouts of the Viking Troop were split into two teams, one each side of the river with an equal amount of rope, poles and crates. Their objective was to construct a bridge to get their leader Roger from one side to the other dry shod (or else!).
David Birtles showed the Explorer Scouts how to block an attack or escape if grabbed to give them the opportunity to ‘run away’.
1st Malew Scout Hall ‘Viking’ Troop played host to Arbory Scouts at the annual ‘Winter national’ sports. The winter themed games competition is usually held during the first meeting after the Christmas holidays but were delayed due to the Scout Hall’s refurbishment.
About 400 members were in Peel Sunday for the Island’s St. George’s Day celebration. It was a beautiful, sunny day. As the Island Chaplin, Ian Faulds, joked during the service, “The sun always shines in Peel.”
The ‘Wolf Pack’ – Southern Explorers were trying to appreciate the problems faced by refugees around the world.
The annual Beaver Scouts’ ten pin bowling competition was held at the Surestrike bowling alley in Ramsey on Sunday 28th February 2016.
The regular meeting of the ‘Wolf Pack’ at Mullin ny Carty found the Explorers tasked with producing an edible chocolate orange sponge. As it should be with Explorers they were told what needed doing and provided with the ingredients and left to, ‘get on with it’. They then sorted themselves into working teams to prepare […]