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Volunteering at Scouts is changing to help us reach more young people

Volunteering is changing to help us reach more young people

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Blogs | 15th October 2019

How our early years pilots are helping to bring in new volunteers across the board

With early years pilots underway across England, Tim Kidd took a trip to 13th Southampton Sea Scout Group

Blogs | 10th October 2019

We all need role models

In celebration of Black History Month, Scout Ambassador Dwayne Fields shares his thoughts on the importance of role models, his upcoming exp

Blogs | 9th October 2019

Celebrate Black History Month with a Caribbean card game

To celebrate black history month, here are the rules to a Caribbean card game, rummy.

Blogs | 4th October 2019

The next step of our digital journey

This website marks the beginning of a journey to transform the way members, volunteers and visitors access and engage with what we do.

Blogs | 4th October 2019

The Great Scout Chip Shop Survey

We took a stroll with 4th Barry Beavers – to take a bite out of every chip on the promenade.

Blogs | 2nd October 2019

Monster Mash

Every country and culture has its monsters, and these often say something about our deepest fears. To give you ideas for Halloween (or any other monster-themed night, because who doesn’t love finding out about new horrifying beasts of legend?), we look at some of the strangest monsters around the globe. One isn’t quite what it seems, though – can you spot the ‘fake’ monster, made up by 16th Erith Waingunga Cubs?