It’s that time of year again – 1st Tackley and Heyford Scout Group are hosting the annual fireworks extravaganza on 2nd November. Tickets are available from the village shop. Here on of our Cubs tells you why you shouldn’t miss
Barwood Homes has donated £1,000 to the 1st Tackley & Heyford Scouts as part of a series of community awards the homebuilder is making to good causes in the area, while highlighting its newly-available homes in Tackley, Oxfordshire. The Community
This week we kicked off the summer term in style. Beavers welcomed some new children to the Colony, and learned about the history of Scouting Cubs took advantage of the good weather (a relief as the hall was out of
Over the last few weeks Beavers, Cubs and Scouts have been learning about the work of Water Aid, and how lucky we are to have clean, safe water and toilets in our homes. Last weekend we did our very own
This year, 1st Tackley and Heyford Scout Group are going A Million Hands and will be working to help Water Aid. This week the Scouts kicked us off by building a tippy tap – a tap operated by a foot
This week we had a whole group party to celebrate Christmas. Beavers, Cubs and Scouts had fun playing games and doing Christmas crafts. There were even mince pies and mulled wine for the parents. We asked the children to bring
Over the last couple of weeks Scouts have been busy working towards their Artists badge, designing and creating stencils for some spray art. A few weeks ago they had only used one colour. This time they were challenged to use
This weekend, 1st Tackley and Heyford Scout Group were proud to lead the parade to commemorate 100 years since the end of World War 1. We were really proud to see so many Beavers, Cubs and Scouts representing the group.
Our annual Fireworks Spectacular took place last weekend. Yet again we were lucky with the weather, and it was good to see so many people coming to enjoy the show and support the Scout Group. Our thanks must go to
This week the Scouts worked towards their Artist Badge by doing some spray art. They each designed and made a stencil, then used spray paint to create their work. Even the leaders got in on the act!