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12th October Latest Scout News
   
10th October Latest Scout News
   

12th October

The Scouts will resume on Friday 21 October with games and looking at badge work and what activities and challenges, indoor and outdoor, the Scouts would like to do over the coming weeks.

28 October will be a joint Halloween party with the Explorers.

Meetings will be run by the existing Group and District leaders but we continue to look for new volunteers willing to train as warranted leaders.

We will also be drawing up a rota for parent helpers and we would be grateful if those parents who had previously indicated a willingness to help, and others prepared to do so, could confirm what nights they would and would not be available.

Could you help? For more information please email us and we will get back to you to discuss how can you can help.

As well as a Scout Leaders, we need adults to be a Chairman, Secretary and Treasurer of the Group.


10th October

With the departure of Arthur as Scout Leader due to work commitments, the 12th Scouts now find themselves without a leader. We desperately need adults to seriously consider coming along and helping run this section.

At the present time Elaine and Alastair are staying on after Beavers and Duncan will be helping as well as running the Explorer Unit at the same time.

This is not an ideal situation and we really need a couple of people that can manage along on a Friday night between 7:30 pm and 9:30 pm. It would also be usefully to have a number of others that perhaps cannot commit to every Friday but could come along on a rota to help the leader team.

Don't know anything about Scouting! This is not really a problem as training will be given. Did you know that the Scout Associationís award-winning training scheme for volunteers means adults get as much from Scouting as our young people. And it looks great on a CV.

Could you help? For more information please email us and we will get back to you to discuss how can you can help.

As well as a Scout Leaders, we need adults to be a Chairman, Secretary and Treasurer of the Group.