3rd Rhos on Sea Scouts “Highly Commended” in Volunteer of the Year 2023 award ceremony!

The commendation in the 2023 Colwyn Bay Town Council Volunteer of the Year Awards, presented by the Mayor Cllr Colin Matthews and Cllr Abdul Khan, recognised the work done by all the volunteers at all levels of the group.

The leaders, helpers, committee members and other volunteers give their time to enable; weekly evening sessions for Squirrels, Beavers, Cubs, Scouts and Explorer Scouts teaching and exploring skills, providing learning experiences away from the school classroom to enable youngsters to grow and become valued members of the community.

The Scout group has served the community for many years with a reputation for providing a safe space for youngsters to grow, learn skills and gain experiences which encourage them to become valued, respectful members of the local and wider communities.

Assistant Group Scout Leader Sian James said she was “proud to accept the commendation on behalf of all the adults and young people involved in Scouting.”

Group Scout Leader Geoff Powell remarked that is was brilliant to see so many former Scouts also winning awards at the evening event showing the impact that Scouting has on creating a strong community.

Thank you to everyone who has supported and participated in the proud tradition of Scouting at the 3rd Rhos on Sea Scouts.


Cubs Away Day & Orienteering Challenge – 25th March 2023

The Cubs enjoyed an awesome day visiting the Rowen Campsite in the Conwy Valley as the guests of the 1st Conwy Cubs Scouts. After a showery start to the day the weather cleared nicely just in time for the Cubs to have a go at building and lighting camp fires. Cubs then helped cook themselves some sausages for hot dogs and roasted marshmallows. Of course, plenty of other snacks and food were consumed…

After some more playing and exploring of the campsite the Cubs headed off in groups for an afternoon walk round the orienteering course searching for the markers hidden in the woods. The Cubs coped admirably with the challengingly steep terrain, enjoyed the stunning view from the top before returning to the campsite for a rest and some more snacks!

Nature Spotted: Very baby lambs, Red Kite, Buzzard, Barn Owl & many many mini-beasts!

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