Skip to main content


CrossCountry partner the Cub Scout Personal Safety Activity Badge as part of a strategy to reduce rail crime in the UK

CrossCountry have created a fun and educational Cub activity pack enabling Leaders to deliver the first part of the Cubs Personal Safety Badge.

As well as sponsoring our Cubs Personal Safety badge, CrossCountry will provide you with a range of resources to support the badge.

Scouts will also be able to connect with their local Rail Community Partner and adopt their town or village train station. There will be opportunities to apply for funding to develop vegetable beds, install access ramps or create murals. Click here to download a contact list to arrange a visit to your local station. 

Badges and resources

As our partner for the Cub Scout Personal Safety badge, with CrossCountry everyone between 8 - 11 years old can now learn more about railway safety.

Keen to get stuck in? Download the activity pack below.

Cross Country Resources
PDF – 1.4MB
Rail Safety Certificate
PDF – 2.3MB
Stay Safe Leaflet
PDF – 11.6MB

Make Do Share

During our partnership with CrossCountry, we have created some additional resources which have featured in issues of our Partnerships Magazine, Make Do Share. Links below:


Make Do Share Spring 2020 Future Proofed
PDF – 148.4KB
Make Do Share Autumn 2020 Play It Safe
PDF – 2.7MB
Cubs Personal Safety Badge

About CrossCountry

CrossCountry is a train operating company operated by the Arriva Group. It operates many intercity and other long-distance trains in the UK which do not serve Greater London, including the UK's longest direct rail service from Aberdeen to Penzance. For more information on CrossCountry, click here.