The Beaver Colony is the first section of the Scout Group and is made up of young people aged between 6 and 8 years old. This makes the Beavers our youngest members at Wardown Ninth.
Beavers and meet for an hour and half per week during term time, and they get to enjoy all that Scouting has to offer; being introduced to outdoor activities, having the opportunity to be creative, explore their local community and even experience the excitement of camping with their friends.
The Beaver Colony is organised into smaller groups called Lodges. So being Scouts we naturally took inspiration from the beautiful outdoors, naming our four lodges after four beautiful trees; Willow, Oak, Holly, and Pine!
Each lodge is made up of six beavers, which gives each beaver a sense of belonging and a chance to grow with some new friends and become a family!
To find out more about what the cubs work towards check out the Beavers Badges section.