By taking part in this each Young Person who takes part will be entitled to 1 Night Away for each night they participate (as long as they aren’t sleeping in their bed). To qualify for a night away each young person must:
o Pack a bag – what needed for that nights sleep.
o Pitch a tent or just sleep under the stars in your garden / build a den at home (whatever you can do).
o Sleep in your shelter of choice.
o Build a virtual ‘campfire’.
o Take part in a “Scouty activity” – lots of activities from 5 minutes to 2 hours are covered in the “Great Indoors” on the Scout Association web site – https://www.scouts.org.uk/the-great-indoors/ .
o Help with cooking a meal.
Take a photo and share with your young person’s section leader to claim a night away.
There is nothing wrong with parents joining in as well and experience looking up at the stars in the night
and hearing the dawn chorus from a completely new perspective.
Please ensure that every thing is carried out safely.
World Record attempt – 30th April 2020.
Co-ordinated by Northumberland Scouts, #CampAtHome on 30th April 2020, and with enough participants we could get a World Record.
It is with great sadness that we share the news that Trevor Richmond has Gone Home.
Trevor passed away this morning (15 April). He had not been well recently so this news was not unexpected, but has still come as a great shock to everyone who knew and loved him. Trevor dedicated his life to Scouting, particularly at 1st Shirley. We recently celebrated Trevor’s 90th birthday and you can read much more about Trevor on this article https://solihullscouts.org.uk/blog/trevor-richmond/.
We will celebrate the lives of all the Solihull Scouters who have recently Gone Home in the Autumn.
On the 19th & 20th September 2020 we will be running #SkillsForAdults at 1st Solihull Millpool, an opportunity for us to come together as a county, share skills, learn new ones and celebrate everything we do in Solihull!
The County & District AGM’s will form part of this weekend on the 19th September.
This event will include an evening social event with the opportunity to camp over.
Please check solihullscouts.org.uk/skillsforadults for more information
Let’s come together to celebrate St George’s Day and thank the carers, NHS and key workers by wearing your uniform for the 8pm clap on Thursday 23rd April.
Thank you to Somerset Scouts for initiating this.