Cub Scout Ruben was on holiday in Wales over the summer holidays and came into contact with a rather large Bear - Bear Grylls - Chief Scout and internationally renowned adventurer. This was a highlight of his holiday.
Over the last few years we have collected a large quantity of milk bottle tops for charity. We sent our last batch (a car load!) off to the Chichester Diocesan Association for Family Support Work. They have sent us the following letter following our donation. Please note that 4th Ewell is no longer collecting milk bottle tops. If you have any that you would like to donate, please contact the Chichester Diocesan Association for Family Support Work. They have a local contact based in Ewell who may be able to help transport the bottle tops to their HQ in Chichester.
Please see below a link to the Bourne Hall Kids Club Summer programme. More details also on their website.
Please find below the July edition of the Epsom and Ewell District Scout News.
Please find below the June edition of the Epsom and Ewell District Scout News.
Just a reminder that we are again collecting unwanted clothes until Friday 17 May.
4th Ewell has teamed up with Proffered which means that at the same time as helping 4th Ewell raise funds you will help 70% of the world’s population by bringing all your unwanted clothes, shoes, bags and belts to the scout HQ. All items must be clean and dry, We cannot accept wet, dirty, soiled items, curtains, duvets or bedding. Once we have gathered a consignment it will be collected and we receive the money.
Thank you for your help.
Chairman Exec Committee.
Please find below the May edition of the Epsom and Ewell District Scout News.
During the Half term Bourne Hall Museum is giving children the chance to take part in a Witch Trial but not just any witch but that of Ewell’s very own witch Joan Butts.
Return to the time when witches were feared and dark magic was blamed for anything unexplained. Join professional storyteller Janet Dowling and try to decide what was more wicked — the witch or the trial.
Learn about how witches were found everywhere, even in small villages such as Ewell. Hear how people believed that they could make furniture dance, crops fail and animals sicken.
Take part in a trial and decide for yourself how wicked witches were.
Cost £4 per child. 29 May 2013 from 2pm to 3.30pm.
Further information available from David Brooks, Bourne Hall Museum, Spring Street, Ewell, Surrey, KT17 1UF. Tel 020 8394 1734
Thank you for your support with the recent clothing fund raising initiative. We ended up with well over £125 which is appreciated.
The plan now is to hold another collection of clothes, shoes, bags and belts commencing the 6th May. So you can pass on all those unwanted winter clothes and free your wardrobes ready for the summer collection.
Do not worry about remembering the date as I will send out reminders nearer the time but in the meantime please gather up any unwanted clothes, shoes, bags and belts in readiness.
Thank you in anticipation.
Chairman Exec Committee