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Scouting, what is it all about

Gain friendships that will last a life time.

Explore the great outdoors.

Working with others to achive something great.

Fell include in the program.

Go on fantastic weekend or week long camps.

Joey Scouts

Discover Adventure
5 to 8 Years

Joey Scouts enjoy a weekly activity meeting, occasional sleepovers and earning participation badges together. The top badge is the Joey Scout Challenge Award. Every two years Joey Scouts have a giant overnight camp called a Kangaree. They also learn that one of the basic ideas of Scouting is that we help other people. Joey Scouts start by helping out at home. 


Cub Scouts

Create the Path
8 to 11 Years

Cub Scouts are growing up and so is their program. Apart from their weekly meeting, they do more outdoor activities, including occasional camps and day hikes. Cub Scouts have lots more badges to earn and aim to get their Grey Wolf Award before they move on to Scouts. Every three years, thousands of Cub Scouts enjoy a five-day camp called a Cuboree.


Venturer  Scouts

Look Wide
15 to 18 Years

School is starting to get more serious but being a Venturer Scouts can help! A range of academic studies show that a program exactly like Venturer Scouts (outdoor adventure, self government, strong friends, and good adult mentors) leads to significantly better results in the final years at school. Plus, Venturer Scouts who earn the Queen's Scout Award can get early entry (before they do their year 12 exams) to some universities. and get an advantage in some courses.


Rover Scouts

Beyond the Horizon
18 to 25 Years

Rovers welcome young adults from 18 to 25 years. You don’t need to have any Scouting experience, but you do need to keep up with some adventurous people and their adrenalin-packed adventures! A Rover Scouts time in the Section ends by their 26th birthday.


Hall Hires

Our hall can be hired for events & meetings.

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