Summary of Groups in this page. For mare details see below:
Lots of toys for babies and toddlers and a lovely garden with play castle, sand table and ride on toys. Sing song and story time and a different art and craft session every week. Open to children aged 4 and under with a parent/carer in attendance. Sessions cost just £2.50 per family which includes a snack for the children and tea and cake for the adults.
Contact Liz Thompson on 07713626721.
Catering for the youngest girls within Girlguiding (aged 5-7), Rainbows is all about developing self-confidence, building friendships, learning new things and having fun. Girls will enjoy arts and crafts, cooking and a range of games. Rainbows is all about learning by doing.
We meet on Mondays during term time.
For more information or to find out how to register, please telephone Jo Forsyth on 01353 741336.
1st Wilburton Brownies is a newly formed group for girls aged 7-10 years old. Brownies lead their own programme and play games, cook, make things, work towards badges and have fun.
There are currently spaces available for girls and we also welcome new helpers.
We meet on Wednesdays during term time.
Contact Karen Wenn on 01353 741692
Where girls aged 10-14 years can have fun, make new friendships, gain valuable life skills and make a positive difference to their lives and their communities.
Recently Wilburton Guides have been climbing, swimming, visited the pottery, completed several badges including First Aid, have tried new crafts, baked and sold cakes, and had a fantastic camping weekend with water sports. We meet on Fridays during term time.
Please contact Rachel Garrett on 01353 749011 for further details.
Wilburton Scout Group has just started in the village and currently has a Scout section (10½-14) who meet on Tuesday evenings and soon to have a Cub section (8-10½) who will meet on Monday evenings. Scouting is open to all Girls and Boys between ages 6 to 18 and anything above that for adults. Currently there is no Beaver section (6-8) in Wilburton but that’s not to say there won’t be one soon if interest is high and those above the age of 14 go on to one of our district run Explorer sections.