Scouting provides skills for life to young people aged 6-25yrs.  They are split into sections based on age: Beaver Scouts (6-8yr), Cub Scouts (8-10½ yr), Scouts (10½-14yrs), Explorer Scouts (14-18yr) and Scouts Network (18-25yr).




1st Easingwold Cubs meet every Monday between 18:30 - 20:00 in term time.  Meetings are divided between two locations in the Easingwold area throughout the year.

We take part in a wide range of activities including games, sports, crafts, team-building exercises, visits and community service, along with plenty of outdoor activities.

Cubs also take part in annual community events such as Remembrance Day, St. George's Day and Bonfire Night.

Cubs also have the opportunity to take part in the fun and excitement of camps and sleepovers.  It may be the first time they spend a night away from home so it’s a real adventure for them.



The Cub pack does have a waiting list, joining is based on age.  Those children who are already enrolled within the Scouting Movement  (e.g. Easingwold Beavers) will automatically progress to Cubs at a suitable point following their 8th birthday.



A group of Cubs is called a Pack and each Pack can be split up into smaller groups called Sixes.
Cubs have a Promise and Motto and a Scout Law.  The concepts of the Scout Law should be presented to Cubs through games, storytelling and other informal devices.



There are currently two leaders who take their names from Jungle Book characters.  Akela is the leader of the Cub pack and Bagheera is her assistant.













Where are we?

From 1st April to 30th October, our Cubs meet at:

The Outdoor Centre ("The Dawney")
Dawney Lane
North Yorkshire
YO61 3NN

The rest of the year, we meet at our main HQ at:

Scout Centre
Chase Garth Road
North Yorkshire
YO61 3GG
Meeting Times
Mondays - 18:00 to 19:30

Due to our active programme, we often meet outside of these times as well.


1st Easingwold (Forest of Galtres) Cub Scout Pack
Scout Centre, Chase Garth Road, Easingwold, North Yorkshire, YO61 3GG

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