|Cub Scout Jumper:
||Green Jumper bought from the scout shop, once invested your scout badges are sewn on in the correct places. The jumper should be clean, and smart and the badges sewn on correctly ans smartly. This is part of your responsibility to yourself and others.
|Blue activity trousers or school blacks with multiple pockets with a scout belt ideally but not compulsory as of yet (Except on parades and special occasions. They should be clean and ironed also. You should have a handkerchief in the pocket. In summer blue or black shorts of the same style are often permissible.
|| Cub Scout Trousers And Belt:
|Neckerchief & Woggle:
|| This is a rolled triangle scarf which is tradition in scouting held together by a woggle. It should be rolled tight and even tip should be no longer than 2 rolls at the back (unless there is a badge restricting it, the “legs” at the front should be the same length and the woggle level with the collar. The colours have significance to the troops’ history, two colour usually indicate to groups merged sometime in the past. Ours is black with a red stripe. Woggle Colour indicates the Six the cub belongs to.
|Cub T-Shirt are required for activities where uniforms are not worn. A Cub Cap is also permitted during activities. If uniforms are removed they should be put tidily out of the way and not left on the floor.
|| Cub Cap and T-Shirt: