Beavers are young boys and girls aged from 6 to 8 years old. They are the first and youngest section in the scouting family.
Cubs is the second section in the scouting family, after beavers and before scouts. A cub is typically 8 to 10½ years old.
Scouts is the third section in the scouting family, and is typically seen as the original section. Scouts are 10½ to 14½ years old.
On 28 December 2018, Bruzz published an article on expat scouting activities in Belgium, including our group.
Remembrance Day service at Heverlee Commonwealth War Cemetery.
See the video of our trip to Antwerp.
See the video of our camp.
Over 500 scouts and guides of all ages from Belgium, Holland, Luxembourg and Germany joined us at De Kluis.
The Antwerp Expedition Challenge , Live Monopoly, was great fun, please see the movie created by Andrew from 1st Waterloo!
Many parents, leaders and scouts of all ages helped with the brocante in Parc Parmentier, which raised over €750 for our group. The scouts also raised over €160 through a cake sale.
On 11 March, Cubs and Beavers from 1st Brussels and Central Brussels Scouts met up for the Grand Prix, where the Beavers raced Lego cars and the Cubs raced wooden cars they had carved themselves.
In January, CB scouts had opportunities to attend both the Cinderella pantomime, as well as the Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat musical, where they were well entertained by two very talented British theatre companies.
20 Beavers from Central Brussels (Cook & Shackleton) and Waterloo had a great sleepover in Parc Parmentier from 21 to 22 January.
Thank you to all the Scouts who attended and engaged in the activities so well. Thank you to all the leaders – you are awesome.