Beavers are our youngest section and act as most people’s introduction to scouting. The Beaver age range is from 6 years old to 8 years old.2020-09-15 07:53:27
It’s not really all that new to us now, but there are new children and parents in the group who have never been to the “New” Site, so here are some useful directions.
- Head to Melsonby.
- Turn north out of the village past the post box and phone box.
- As you head down the hill you will pass a turn on your left; don’t go down that one
- The next left – which is an entrance to a field – is the correct turn.
- Drive all the way down the track edge of the field.
There is room to turn in the field at the end. Please do not stop or turn around as soon as you turn off the road. This creates traffic on a pretty quick section of road between Melsonby and Aldbrough.
Here’s a Google Maps pin: https://goo.gl/maps/RjQ44r4PEBQ7RJR7A
Here’s a grid reference because we are scouts: NZ 197093
No postcode because it’s a field!
Here’s a map I drew.
If you get really stuck, the phone signal is pretty good in the field, so give us a call.
Get your PROGRAMMES.
IT’s not exactly 3 times the work for me to make 3 posts, but I’m saving a little time on my scouting admin tasks by publishing all the section summer term programmes on one post.
Here they are:
The Beaver and Scout Easter Egg Hunts – our traditional end of term activity – will not take place at Kiplin. They will take place in some field and woodland just outside Melsonby. Location information has been posted on this website, but if you have any questions, let us know.
So, you want to find your way to the field and woods just outside Melsonby that we have access to? Well, you’re in the right place.
It’s really not that hard to find, but we’ve drawn a map to help you.
If you head into Melsonby from Barton/A1 you will come to the crossroads where you need to turn right towards Aldbrough.
After you leave the village you will pass a road on your left which is definitely not the one you want.
The second track, which could be mistaken for a field entrance, is where you turn in. The best landmark to look out for is the ginormous pile of poo just inside the gate. Don’t say we don’t take you to see all the best tourist attractions.
Do not drop your children at the side of the road. Once you are through the gate do not stop. Continue down the track to the car park at the end of the lane. There will be room there for you to turn and get back out down the track.
Here is the map which shows where we are.
We are going to be using this location a lot more as the summer term progresses, so I will leave this map here for reference, but I’m sure you’ll have it sorted after the first trip.
Here is the programme for the upcoming term, so there’s no excuse for not knowing where to be and what to bring.