Beaver Scouts and Cub Scouts gathered at St Andrew’s Church on Friday 1st July to receive their certificates in recognition of achieving the Chief Scout’s Bronze and Silver Awards.
The Chief Scout’s Bronze Award is the highest award available to Beaver Scouts. It is gained by a Beaver who completes each of the Global, Promise, Creative, Community, Outdoor and Fitness Challenges.
The Chief Scout’s Silver Award is the highest award available to Cub Scouts. It is gained by a Cub who completes each of the Global, Promise, Creative, Community, Outdoor and Fitness Challenges.
The awards were presented to the youth members by District Commissioner Eddy Hills, Assistant District Commissioner Helen Ives and Lou Baker, Assistant County Commissioner Jill Gladman and Crawley Mayor Raj Sharma.
Raj Sharma spoke of how proud he was of all the young people and the work they had done to gain these awards. He also praised and thanks the voluntary leaders who had given up their time to help these and all the young people in the Scout Movement. He was very please that scouting is active within Crawley and was impressed with the development of the programme that Scouting is following.
Congratulations to all those who received their awards. If leaders would like access to download the individual photos taken on the night, please contact the webmaster here.