Category: News

Midland Freewheelers Blood Bikes

   |   By  |  0 Comments

A big thank you to Andy, who earned himself some Dad brownie points when he brought his bike along to our scout group recently.

The group are a charity funded service, so why not have a look at their website and if you can give any monies, I’m sure that they will be very appreciative

Midland Freewheelers Blood Bikes

New Website

   |   By  |  0 Comments

The launch of the new website for 1st Cheslyn Hat Scout Group

The page is still Work in Progress, so there may be a few rough edges, which we will hopefully sort out soon!

Cheslyn Hay Scout Group on Cannock Chase Radio

   |   By  |  0 Comments

Tune in on the 22nd June from about 10:15 to listen to some of our leaders, who will be talking about our up and coming 50th Anniversary Celebrations.

You can Listen Online @ or on the radio at 89.6 & 94.0FM

50th Year Celebration

   |   By  |  0 Comments

2019 is the 50th Year since 1st Cheslyn Hay was formed. To celebrate this, we are holding an Open Day at the Scout Hut, with food and activities laid on by each of the groups.

The date for your diary is Saturday 13th July from 10:00 till 16:00.

It would be great to see old, existing and new members on the day, to join in with our celebration.

More details to follow in the coming weeks…

Great Wyrley Carnival Parade 2017

   |   By  |  0 Comments

Well done to the Beavers & Beaver Leaders for getting first place for the Peter Pan float at Great Wyrley Carnival 2017.

A lot of hard work went into the float, as it does every year and first prize was definitely deserved (we are a little biased too!!)

Remembrance Day 2016

   |   By  |  0 Comments

After two weekends helping with the Poppy Appeal for the Royal British Legion at B&Q Cannock, this weekend the group attended the Remembrance Parade in Cheslyn Hay.  The parade set off from the Village Hall, Pinfold Lane, Cheslyn Hay heading to the Cenotaph at the top of Station Street.  The weather stayed dry, which is always a bonus on days like today as the group were all dressed in full uniform with their Poppy Neckers.  After the two minutes silence, the wreaths were placed at the Cenotaph, by members of the Armed Forces, Police, Councillors, Local Groups & Local Businesses, where then the Salem Church opened there doors for the Remembrance Service.

It was announced that last year the Royal British Legion raised a total of £20,000 for the Poppy Appeal in the Cheslyn Hay area, which is a fantastic achievement for the area.

Cheslyn Hay Cenotaph 2016


   |   By  |  0 Comments

Welcome to our new website. Over the next few months we will be adding more information and updates to the site, so keep checking back to see what’s new