Magic at the hut

 

 

 

12th Cambridge Scout Group, in association with The Pentacle Club Cambridge, are proud to present The Magic Show 2017.

For one night only, our scout hut will be transformed into a magical stage, with the city’s finest magicians providing a superb show.

The invitation to attend the event is open to everyone in the community, not just scouters! Ticket availability is strictly limited to 100 people, so book your tickets now!

 

About the event

When: Wednesday 22nd March 2017

Where: 12th Cambridge Scout HQ, 40A Gilbert Road

Tickets: £6 each / £20 for family of 4

Times: Doors open 6pm / Show starts 6.30pm prompt / Finish 8.30pm

Interval: There will be an interval, during which refreshments will be on sale.

On advice from The Pentacle Club, the show is not suitable for children under 6 years.

 

Bookings

To reserve your tickets, send your booking request by email to magic@12thcambridge.org.uk with the following details:

  • Your name
  • Number of single tickets at £6 each
  • Number of family tickets at £20 each

Payments will be accepted by cheque or direct bank transfer – details will be given when your booking is confirmed.

 

About the fundraising event

A party of 15 intrepid scouts from 12th Cambridge will be setting off on an international adventure  to Canada in Summer 2017.  Throughout this year, all the scouts involved have been tasked with organising fundraising events as part of their contribution to the trip. The scouts are delighted to welcome The Pentacle Club and its team of expert magicians for this special show.  All profits from this event will go towards the Canada fund.

 

About The Pentacle Club Cambridge

Founded in 1919, The Pentacle Club is  one of the world’s oldest magic societies. It is a friendly, social group for magicians of all kinds in Cambridge, and meets fortnightly. To find out more about the club, please visit www.pentacleclub.com

 

Cubs Winter Camp 2017

It was the last weekend in January, and what better place to be than Eaton Vale Scout and Guide Activity Centre as part of the 12th Cambridge cub pack. The weather was kind to us and we were able to enjoy crate stacking, high ropes course (pretty challenging!), catapult pioneering and pedal car racing without getting wet at all – and everyone was in fine voice for the campfire.  We enjoyed delicious food, courtesy of Mang and Shada, and ample cake thanks to all. Here, with thanks to Shere Khan, are the photos.