Scouts and Guides

scoutsFun, friendship and freedom are what Scouts and Guides are about.

At meetings we play games, work for badges and learn skills so we can be confident to enjoy the freedom of the countryside and go exciting places.

We also have sleepovers, camps, rallies and days out.

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013Cubs (8-10+); Beavers (6-8); Scouts (10-18) meet on Mondays 6.15. These are open to both boys and girls but tend to concentrate on activities that boys particularly like. To apply, please email [email protected]

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We have an urgent need for Beaver, Cub and Scout assistant leaders to support their existing leaders in planning and running the weekly programmes and special events; these can range from bell ringing to rock climbing, camping to first aid and lots in between.  They are looking for women or men who can give a few hours each week during termtime.  You don’t need to have any experience of scouting or be the Bear Grylls type, you simply need an enthusiasm for making a difference to young people.  In return you will get a great feeling of helping young people have fun, challenge themselves and learn new skills. Leaders’ children also get first priority place in joining the relevant beaver, cub or scout section.

If you think you or someone you know would be interested or would like more details, please email the team [email protected]

 

guidesBrownies (7-10) and Guides (10+) meet on Thursdays at 6.00pm and Guides are at 7.15pm respectively.  These are for girls only.  To put your daughter on the waiting list for Brownies and Guides, please click here…  and follow the instructions on the Girlguiding Website (if you attend All Hallows Church regularly, please put that on your form).

The Guides currently have places available for girls aged 9 1/2 to 14.  If you are interested please contact the group leader Janet Sharp [email protected]

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