Events

Feb
28
Fri
Alpine Adventure Information Evening @ BP Building
Feb 28 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Alpine Adventure Information Evening @ BP Building

Come along to the information evening to find out more about the County’s Alpine Adventure in 2021!

Please share details of the evening with your Scouts’ and Explorers’ Parents & Guardians.

www.humbersidescouts.org.uk/events/412/2021-alpine-adventure

Mar
14
Sat
Wolds Challenge Hike 2020 @ Pocklington Area
Mar 14 @ 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Wolds Challenge Hike 2020 @ Pocklington Area

The Wolds Challenge is a one day hiking competition for Scouts and Explorers organised by the Fells Marathon Committee. This event is a test of navigation, route finding and team work, as well as a walking challenge. This is also a great training event for our sister event; The Fells Marathon.

The event is open to both Scouts aged 10.5 years to 14.5 years & Explorer Scouts ages 14.5 years to 18 years. Different routes will be set for each age group. The Scouts will approximately walk 12 miles whereas the Explorers will walk 17 miles.

Preparation

We advise that all teams/groups should cover training in:- navigation, hill skills, rucksack packing, what to do in an emergency, working as a team. It is also advisable to have a training walk before the event.

Map Requirements

The maps for this years Wolds Challenge are:

  • 294 – Market Weighton and Yorkshire Wolds Central

Any groups needing maps for this year’s event, these can be purchased from www.dash4it.co.uk at very cheap prices.

Questions

If you have any questions or need any advice please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

For further information contact – Neal Ingram

Entry queries contact – Claire Moverley

More Information, Booklet and Entry Forms

You can download the booklet below as soon as they are available.  This will contain additional information and the entry forms you need to book your team onto the event.

Apr
26
Sun
St George’s Day Celebrations 2020 @ Beverley Racecourse
Apr 26 @ 9:30 am – 3:30 pm
St George's Day Celebrations 2020 @ Beverley Racecourse | England | United Kingdom

Planning is well underway for our annual St George’s Day Celebrations! Once again we will be joined by Beverley and Hornsea District for the day too.

Full details will follow but for now, please take note of the points below:

  • Sunday 26th April 2020 – usual timings.
  • £7.50 per under 18 year old, which includes all activities.
  • For this event please indicate your expected numbers as near as you can so we can make sure we use all of the £7.50’s on booking in climbing walls, silent disco’s, inflatables and lots more!
  • Payment will be collected on the day so if you bring a slightly different number this is what you will pay for.
  • Any late payments (i.e. not paid on the day) will incur a 10% late fee.
May
15
Fri
Scout Campcraft Competition 2020 @ Tablers Wood District Campsite, Carr Lane, West Cowick, Goole, DN14 9ED
May 15 @ 6:30 pm – May 17 @ 3:00 pm
Scout Campcraft Competition 2020 @ Tablers Wood District Campsite, Carr Lane, West Cowick, Goole, DN14 9ED
  • 15th – 17th May 2020
  • Tablers Wood District Campsite, Carr Lane, West Cowick, Goole, DN14 9ED
  • Arrival from 6:30pm on Friday
  • Collection at 3:00pm on Sunday
  • Teams of 4 – 6 Scouts (all to be within the Scout age range on the day of the competition)
  • Cost is £20 per team

Teams need to bring the following equipment:

  • Tents
  • Dining shelter
  • Tables and chairs
  • Kitchen set-up – including choice of cooker and fuel
  • Cooking utensils
  • Food for their planned menu
  • Appropriate storage for their chosen food

Scouts will also need the usual personal kit for a weekend camp, including waterproofs and their necker. Any electronics are brought at their own risk.

The competition will start from 7:00pm where they will be scored for the setup of their team’s camp, including their cooking area.

From 9:00pm teams will take part in The Cube/Taskmaster style challenges which will be scored. We would appreciate help facilitating these from any Leaders that are staying over too.

On Saturday morning they are expected to cook a breakfast of their choice that will be judged at 9:00am. During the day, whilst the Cub competition is running, Scout teams will be given a list of challenges they can complete independently. These will be scored and will go towards their final number of points. At 6:00pm we expect Scouts to be enjoying a two-course meal for their tea, that they have prepared and cooked. This will also be judged.

On Sunday, Scout teams will rotate around 6 challenge bases to complete their competition. Scores from the whole weekend will be added together to determine the winning team.