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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

Volunteering is changing at Scouts. Read more

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Local media and member communications

Information and resources for campaigning, media development and communicating with members through printed and online media.

Scouts' Style Guide

This style guide gives you the ins and outs of spelling, grammar, and capitalisation. We’ve also got plenty of guidance about how to talk about trickier topics.

Check out our style guide >
Our brand

Learn more about our brand through the Scout Brand Centre, as well as through reading our style guide and our brand guidelines.

Discover our brand >
Large scale event communication

This guidance covers aspects of marketing, media development and ideas of how you can communicate during the event, as well as to those watching the event from the outside.

Learn about these communications >
Promoting Scouting

Learn more about ways in which we can promote Scouting. This includes how to involve parents, and about the Scout Ambassadors.

Find out how to promote >
Media Development

Media work is a great way to promote Scouting, whether it's to parents or other parts of the community. Scouting is about adventure for everyone and at every level. This message runs through all of our media work and is what we call our ‘brand’. Underpinning the idea of adventure is that Scouting is about fun, friendship, trust, being confident and inclusive.

Learn about media development >
Communication Key Messages

Key messages are essential tools in all communications work and are created to help us achieve the objectives we set out in our national strategic and local development plans.

Read the key messages >