Welcome to 20th Oldham's
All sections meet on Tuesdays.
Links invitations are sent via OSM
Beavers / Junior Cubs at 6,
Cubs online at 7,
Senior Cubs / Scouts at 7.30.
All of our activities are run by volunteers. We get to:
- try something new
- make new friends
- spend time with our children, or gain experience with young people
- do something good for our community, and ourselves
Everything we do as volunteers can make a huge difference to young people's lives, and give them skills for life. Find out more, or try our 4 Week Challenge.
This half term, why not . . . .
Take a look in The Kitchen, for some tasty ideas for Pancake Day.
These, or any other cooking can go towards the Scouts' Cook and Chef badges, as well as our special Cook at Home badge.
The perfect time to get outside in the garden and beyond. Lots of ideas here in the Garden.
The Nature Club has links to lots of spotter sheets and guides for birds, trees, fungi and minibeasts as well as ideas for arty ways to use some of the natural treasures you find..
Get out with your camera - what can you see?
join a virtual camp
Details of how to join the Northumberland Scouts Camp at Home can be found here.
You could earn this special badge, Nights Away, and parts of other badges too - just remember to tell us about it!
get a badge!
has all sorts of ways you can gain this cool badge!
There is lots of art and craft as well as badge-linked activities.
There are lots of videos and activities, still available on the Scouts' Wintercamp website - don't forget to update us about anything you've done.
Some of these activities (and others) may also help you earn the Carry on Scouting badge.
Take care of yourselves: see these tips, advice and guidance from Young Minds.
Scouting in Oldham is currently AMBER and our meetings are a blend of face-to-face and online.