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We are again delivering top-quality premium grade Christmas Trees, as we have for the last 33 years. Our most popular tree is the needle holding ‘Non-Drop’ Nordman Fir, and we also supply the traditional Norway Spruce. We also sell 10” undecorated Fir Wreaths for only £12.
Ordering your tree
Click here to order one of our fantastic Christmas trees online, or use our paper order form.
- All sizes indicated are nominal
- All trees are non-rooted
- All prices are unchanged from Christmas 2015
- WE DELIVER FREE to your home (within 2 miles of Hinchley Wood)
- All proceeds from trees ordered through our website or on our order forms go to 1st Hinchley Wood Scout Group Funds
- Trees are provided in association with 1st Claygate & 1st Oxshott Scout Groups
- Please place your order latest on Sunday 27 November
Many thanks for supporting our biggest fundraiser of the year, without which we would not be able to provide the huge range of activities for our Beavers, Cubs, Scouts and Explorer Scouts.
Disposing of your tree after Christmas
If you want your tree collected after Christmas, please try collectmytree.co.uk, a service provided by our neighbours 1st Weston Green Scouts.
Esher Scouts Orienteering Club (ESOC) has had a great start to the orienteering season, winning the first two events in the Southern Navigators’ Saturday Series. This gives the club 22 points, six points clear of St Andrew’s School and Tomlinscote in joint second place.
At the first event of the season – Frith Hill near Camberley – ESOC runners Thomas Arnison, Idris Wills and William Emmerson took third, fourth and sixth places on orange. On yellow, newcomers Sophie Hutchison & Lucie Tinkler took 9th place and Christian Nicholson 14th.
The club had strong results at the second event at Bramshill in Berkshire. On the yellow course, pairs of scouts secured tightly-contested third, fourth and fifth places with less than 20 seconds between them. On the longer and harder orange course, individual runners William Emmerson, Benedict Davidson and Idris Wills were placed second, third and fifth respectively. Individual runners and those running without adult support score higher points in the competition.
The third event of the Saturday Series takes place on Saturday 12 November at Eagle House School, between Sandhurst and Crowthorne near Bracknell. This is a change from the previously advertised location (Ash South).
ESOC is an informal orienteering club affiliated to South London Orienteers which draws its members from the ten scout troops in the Esher District. Recently the most active troops have been Claygate, Hinchley Wood, the Molesey troops and Oxshott. The club won the 2015-16 Saturday Series and the 2016 Surrey Schools & Youth O-Festival.
1st Hinchley Wood Beavers have had a busy start to the autumn term. They have completed their cycling badge, had a visit from the Chelsea Foundation and spent an evening cooking international food: sushi, samosas, cheesecake and tiramisu. All was made and tasted by the Beavers!
Loads of bargains to be had!
1st Hinchley Wood Scout Group are holding their autumn Jumble Sale on Saturday 8 October from 10:30 to 12:30.
There are stalls for clothes, books, games, bric-a-brac, linens, shoes and children’s clothes.
Entry is £1 entry per person. Tea and coffee will be available.
Images courtesy of Darren Salanson
This is the annual review of the 1st Hinchley Wood Scout Group for the period April 2015 to March 2016.
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