Chief Scout's Silver Awards for 3rd Blantyre

23rd February 2012

Seven cubs from the 78th Lanarkshire (3rd Blantyre) recently completed the highest award for cubs, the chief scout's silver award.

The award takes around 2 years to complete and during that time, the cubs completed various challenges including climbing and abseiling, spent several nights away on residential experiences, built and placed bird boxes in local woodland and learned more about the local community and global issues that affect them today. 

The successful Cubs are pictured with their badges and certificates.  

Cubs from the 3rd Blantyre with their chief scout's gold award certificate 

 From left to right congratulations to Sean, Rory, Ewan, Bryce, Callum, Christopher & Euan.

Author: Gary Bainbridge


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