Cub Scouts explore. We investigate science and nature, try adventurous activities, play games, have a go at arts and drama, go camping, learn about our communities and the world, and help other people.
Throughout the activities the Cubs develop their independance, learn about responsibility and co-operation and take an active part in their community.
The Cub Scout Pack is the second section of the Scouting family, for girls and boys between eight and ten-and-a-half years old. The Pack is made up of several Sixes, each of which is led by an older Cub, called a Sixer, who is assisted by a Seconder. Cubs wear a uniform, make a Promise and can earn lots of badges and awards.
Local Cub Scout Packs
There are fourteen Packs across Kentdale District, in Cartmel, Casterton, Hawkshead, Holme, Kendal, Kirkby Lonsdale, Sedbergh, Sedgwick, Staveley, and Windermere. Each Pack not only serves the community where it is based, but also the towns and villages surrounding them. See our Scout Groups.