Blogs | 7th January 2020Volunteers involved with the early years pilots
With more than half of the volunteers being completely new to Scouts, we take a look at who’s getting involved and what is and isn’t working
Blogs | 3rd January 2020Finding our path through the woods – reflecting on resilience
Explorer Scout Leader Tony Malone reflects on the meaning of resilience, and why, when we face setbacks, it’s okay not to feel okay
Blogs | 3rd January 2020The story of Tintin, Scouts and the lost murals
In 2007, an extraordinary discovery was made in a disused Scout hut in the grounds of a school in Brussels. On the chipped and peeling walls were a series of murals: muddy-brown figures of Scouts, life-like and skilfully drawn. But this was no graffiti – it was some of the earliest ever known work by Hergé, creator of Tintin.