Lady Bay ACtivities for young people

There are lots of organised activities for young people, this is only a sub-set. See also our Sports page and many groups for Adults are also open to children.

Brownies and Guides

Brownies - for girls 7 -10 years of age, Guides for girls aged 10-14.  Currently no Rainbows group in Lady Bay.

1st Lady Bay Brownies  - meet Thursday evenings (term time only) at All Hallows Halls 6.00pm - 7.30pm.  Contact [email protected]

2nd Lady Bay Brownies - meet Thursday evenings 6.00pm - 7.30pm (term time only) at Gamston village hall, Old Tollerton Road, Gamston, Nottingham, NG2 6NX.  Contact [email protected].

1st Lady Bay Guides - meet every Thursday evening at All Hallows Halls 7.00pm to 8.30pm.  Contact - [email protected]

To join any group, or find the latest information, girls need to register via the girl guiding website, choosing 1st or 2nd Lady Bay Brownies or Guides as their preferred group. The link to do this is - https://www.girlguiding.org.uk/.

All dates and times current as of February 2020.  Currently appealing for more volunteers - if interested, contact [email protected].

Scouts, Cubs and Beavers

1st Lady Bay Scout Group meet during term time, at the Scout Hall on Mona Road.

Beavers  - young people 6 - 8 years  - Thursday evening 6.15 pm - 7.30 pm  

Cubs - young people 8 -10½ years - Tuesday evening 6.30 pm - 8.00 pm  

Scouts - young people 10½ - 14 years - Thursday evening 7.30 pm - 9.15 pm  

For more information on joining, or to volunteer with any of the sections, please contact Elaine via [email protected] or the secretary at [email protected].

For more information about 1st Lady Bay Scout Group and hiring the Scout Hall, please visit www.ladybayscouts.org.uk  or, on Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/1stladybayscouts/

To find out more about Scouting in general, please check out scouts.org.uk

All dates and times current as of February 2020, see website for latest information.

Lady Bay Skate Park

Not strictly a group but a valuable resource for young people (who probably know it's there anyway).

But here is an interesting and personal history of the skate park.

https://www.supereight.net/lady-bay-skatepark-20-years-in-the-making/

Rushcliffe Country Park Wildlife Watch Group

The Rushcliffe Country Park Wildlife Watch Group organise nature exploration and discovery, games and practical activities with young people (8-13 years old, under 8s must be accompanied).

They usually meet on the 2nd Saturday of every month (current at January 2020), whatever the weather, at the Education Room, Rushcliffe Country Park, Mere Way, Ruddington, NG11 6JS.

For more information, please go to www.wildlifewatch.org.uk or email [email protected]

See also www.nottinghamshirewildlife.org for more general information about local nature reserves and sites.