Family Walk

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Pictures of our annual Family Walk are now available in our Gallery.

Standing Room only for Rememberance Sunday Service

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On Remembrance Sunday (13th November) the residents of Ifield, the congregation of St Margaret’s Church and 2nd Ifield (St Margaret’s) Scout Group gathered around the war memorial in Ifield churchyard for two minutes silence and wreath laying. The ceremony, with the last post and reveille, included prayers, remembering those who had died in wars and

Beaver Sleepover 2016

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We held a very successful first joint sleepover with Chestnut and Sycamore Beaver Scout Colonies at Stanford's Scout Campsite with a joint camp fire with Senior Cubs and a visit from Badges the Beaver. Some photos of the event are available below.

Scout Group Gang Show

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The show at Ifield Barn Arts Centre ran from Thursday to Saturday last week, with over 100 Beaver Scouts, Cub Scouts, Scouts, Explorer Scouts, Scout Network and adult leaders and supporters. All performances were sold out.

Scouting in Ifield is Growing

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We are pleased to announce that we have now started our second Beaver Colony. Eleven new beavers were invested into our Sycamore Colony. The two Beaver colonies (Sycamore and Chestnut) will work closely together running the same programme with the leadership team working to provide a high standard of Scouting. The colonies will have regular

Stanford 50th Birthday – Activity Camp

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2nd Ifield has just returned from the Stanford 50th birthday celebration camp and activity day. All sections from within the group attended along with over 200 campers and 350 day visitors from the whole of Crawley District. They were able to take part in numerous activities including climbing, crate stacking, rifle shooting, archery, traversing, laser tag, bungee run, gladiators and a whole lot more! The main activity day then finished with a campfire for over 300 people and professional fireworks display. Fun was had by all that attended and the leaders are now recovering in preparation for water camp and group camp which are over the next two weekends. Some photos of the event are available below although we will upload more over the next few weeks!

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