After two and a half years as County Youth Commissioner Emma has decided the time is now right to...Read More
Author: Glen Fendall
Scouting gives young people hope for the future. And when I see one Scout helping another, or Scouts helping communities in flood hit areas, that makes me optimistic too. There’s an amazing energy, peace and generosity which flows through the movement. It’s infectious and for me that makes volunteering as much a pleasure as it is a privilege.Read More
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- Stargazing in 2019: January to June 8th January 2019Spend a significant year for space exploration by exploring the cosmos from your back garden with a telescope. We've put together some of the more exciting events to look out for during the first half of the year.
- New year, new funding, and how our Skills for Life strategy will support both young people and adult volunteers 7th January 2019Exciting news from UK Chief Commissioner Tim Kidd on how the Skills for Life strategy is moving forwards in 2019.
- How to speak about additional needs 7th January 2019Scouts are committed to providing young people with an accessible and inclusive environment. One aspect of that environment is the language we use to communicate with our young people and their carers or guardian. Here we breakdown some of the key terms involved in speaking about additional needs.