8-10½ Years of Age

A Cub Scout Pack can have up to 36 Cub Scouts and is split into smaller groups called Sixes. Cubs take part in a wide range of activities designed to be interesting and challenging. A Cub Scout meeting consists of games and activities with plenty of time spent outdoors.

Camps and holidays are some of the most memorable events of the year for Cubs.

Record growth for Scouts in East Lancashire as volunteers report higher life satisfaction, self-esteem and mental wellbeing

East Lancashire Scouts have experienced growth in new youth members and 50 adult volunteers joining in the last 12 months, growing the Movement from 3848 to 3911 members New research also shows a strong correlation between volunteering and mental wellbeing. The vast...

Scouting Through Adversity

Once again the Lancashire Scouting Lodge of Allegiance have generously donated a bursary of £100 to be awarded to a young person for "perseverance through adversity". If you would like to nominate a young person for consideration please submit the Name, Section, Group...

Six top tips for moving on

Help make the move from Cubs to Scouts as smooth as possible with these great tips.

40,000 Reasons to Volunteer

Today is International Volunteers Day so we thought we'd say a big thank you to all of our existing volunteers across East Lancashire and if you don't already volunteer with us, here's 40,000 reasons why you should! 40,000 young people are currently raring to join...

Cycling Themed Activities

Here are four more brilliant activities, all on the theme of cycling, just in time for the Tour de France.

Disability Awareness Activities

Teach your section about disability and help your Beavers and Cubs to achieve their Disability Awareness Activity Badge with these great actvities.

International Activity Badge

International is one of the elements that makes up a balanced programme. Offering global Programme activities can give young people a better understanding of people from different cultures, as well as an awareness of current global issues. The International Activity...

East Lancashire is number 6 in the UK’s top 10 fastest growing counties!

This year we have seen Beavers grow by 4%, Cubs by 9.4% and Scouts by 5.8%, whilst Explorer Scouts have continued their general upward trend over the last 15 years. It is particularly pleasing to see Beavers and Cubs growing in their 30th and Centenary years respectively.

10 Ways to bring out your inner Bear

Ever wished you could be more like the TV Adventurer, Bear Grylls? The local Scouts have 10 ways you can bring out your inner Bear! Collect and cut firewood How much wood do you need to start a fire? Ever used an axe safely? Where’s good to find some dry wood! Bear...

Cub Scouts in East Lancashire