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Wokingham District Scouts wants to take advantage of recent changes in technology, and build on an idea that some rural areas, like Derbyshire CyberScouts, have been using for some years.

We are looking to open a virtual Scout Group partly in response to Covid-19, but more in response to the sheer size of the list of young people waiting to join Scouting in Wokingham Scouting District.

To that end, in Early 2021 we’ll be opening our first Beaver Colony and the closely followed by our first Cub Pack, each for 15 young people. The reason it’s 15, and not up to 24, is that the Covid guidance from the National Youth Agency and applied by The Scout Association, varies as we navigate our way through the pandemic and the evolving release from lock down.

So for the foreseeable future, the new Group will meet online, and encourage outdoor Parent-led activities, such as local walking routes or art trails, to supplement the online programme. Parents, Cubs and Beavers will be encouraged to share their adventures using Online Scout Manager and Zoom or Teams.

As the Group begins to evolve we will post updates and requests here:

News

Beavers complete their first hike.

Last weekend 6 members of 101st Beavers and their families took part in their first Colony hike around Finchampstead Ridges and Horseshoe Lake. The Beavers

101st Beavers take to the water
News

Beavers take to the water

Last night 101st Beavers met up at Wokingham Waterside Centre to spend the evening changing seats, then changing boats, shouting races and collecting age defying

Beavers coming back
News

Beavers kick off the New Term

101st Wokingham Beavers started just before the summer holidays with its first 17 members, taking part in a number of outdoor sessions and few online

Would you like to take part in our journey ?

So there will be several stages to opening our new Group. We will need adults to help support and run things in the back ground and of course young people.

The two boxes on the right allow you to express interest in both options.

I would like to take part in the journey as a Voluneeter

I would you like my child to take part in this journey