1st Knaphill Scout Group is an active Scout Group in Surrey, with a Beaver Colony, Cub Pack and Scout Troop. All sections offer a wide range of activities on a weekly basis together with regular hikes, camps and participation in District events. The Group also organize the annual firework display in Knaphill attracting visitors from all over Woking.

 

Forthcoming Group Events:

 

Beavers/Cubs Bowling

Mon 11th Dec

 

Scouts Ice Skating

Fri 8th Dec

 

New Year Litter Pick

6th Jan

 

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This year our Scouts went to the parade in Woking Town Centre & our Cubs and Beavers held an act of Remembrance in Knaphill. Our Young Leaders explained the significance of Remembrance and why we wear poppies. Beavers & Cubs then made poppies dedicating them to who they were remembering & made them into wreaths. They then paraded into the village to lay the wreaths at the memorial wall and observed a 2 minute silence.

On Sunday 5th November members from 1st Knaphill paraded in the Last Post Remembrance Ceremony of the Last Post Association at Brookwood Military Cemetery. The ceremony in Brookwood originates from when the daily Last Post Association remembrance ceremony held under the Menin Gate in Ypres, Belgium, was banned during the Second World War and transferred to England.

SHOOTING SUCCESS IN THE NATIONALS!

The last weekend in October bought over 700 Scouts, Explorers & Leaders to Bisley for the annual Scout National Rifle Championships to compete in a wide variety of shooting challenges. Over 130 groups were represented from all over the country. Shooters from 1st Knaphill excelled, bringing home a gold medal, 2 silvers medals & 4 bronze medals!

BROOKWOOD LAST POST CEREMONY

Cubs had another successful cub camp which was themed "Skills". Some of the skills activities were honing navigation skills & putting them into practice, using a Trangia to cook dinner & breakfast, and for some of them this was an exciting first time! The Cubs put up their tents themselves and the older ones did this without any help. 

The attitude from all the Cubs on this camp was excellent, some asked for a bigger challenge of a longer hike and some demonstrated their map reading skills really well. We were sharing Birchmere Campsite with Horsell Scouts and at campfire in the evening there was no contest! Our Cubs were really confident with their singing and getting up to do skits & songs, very well done!

CUBS SKILLS CAMP OCTOBER 2017

REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY 2017