Welcome to Jupiter Cub Pack

Pack 2018The Jupiter Cub pack is run by Bob & Anita Wallace with help from Jack Bresslaw (ACSL) his sister Lucy Bresslaw (ACSL) and Edward McCready (ACSL) although at the moment we only see Edward at the Holidays as he is at University. We also have two young leaders helping us Aliyah and Damein. We have been running the pack for over 15 years. I am also the a District Cub Leader and am very active in the District. We are a friendly group and we try to run an interesting and varied programme. We aim to camp at least twice a year if not more. We do attend all District events, Archery, Air Rifle shooting, Soapbox Darby, Scooter Challenge, Quiz, Badge day, Cub Camp.

We meet every Tuesday night (term time only) at 6:30pm untill 8pm at our HQ in Chelmsford Drive.

To contact us please use the E Mail address below.


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Jamboree on the Air

8th Hornchurch Jupiter Cub pack spent the day at Gilwell Park taking part in Jamboree on the Air and Jamboree on the internet.

The primary aim of JOTA/JOTI is to contact other Scout Groups around the world. The cubs used shortwave radio stations to contact other Scouts around Europe, as well as a VHF station contacting more local stations.DSC 0017

The Internet Café was running a variety of methods for making contact with other Scouts online – primarily through the moderated channels on ScoutLink.

Additional activities were electronic kit building. Where we built amplifiers. Weather satellite reception, an amateur TV station where we streamed pictures on the internet, and the latest computer controlled radio receivers. Unfortunately, conditions prevented us from hearing the International Space Station as it passed overhead.

The afternoon was filled with firstly climbing in the Lid on four different climbing activities then outside on the external climbing wall and then the 3g Swing.

During lunch we had a look around Gilwell to see the sights and held a find the largest conker competition.

A good day was had by all.

Bob Wallace