Category: News and Blogs
New Research: Scouting develops strong community engagement in young people, fostering a culture of curiosity and acceptance
Young people who take part in Scouting are more likely to take an active role in their communities...Read More
Because we’re prepared, right? Wear Shorts Because skin is waterproof after all… Drink hot chocolate and marshmallows at any time of day You’ve just slept in a tent when it’s -3°C. It may be 7am, but you’ve earned...Read More
Another 12 months of adult training has just been posted and is ready for booking. Responding to criticism of the previous booking system we invested in a new online system that has been running since April. You can find the...Read More
East Lancashire Scouts announce the appointment of two Deputy Youth Commissioners to ensure life-changing adventure
East Lancashire Scouts are today putting young people at the centre of its leadership team,...Read More
A new school year means a new year at Scouts, which means lots of new members! We’ve come up with this list of games to play with your sections to help everyone get to know each other.Read More
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- 25 rainproof boredom busters to keep your Group occupied 22nd January 2018If January continues to live up to its rainy reputation, then you may be needing a few sleet and snow day activities to get you and your Scouts through the drizzle this month. Fear not, here are 25 weatherproof boredom busters to keep your young people entertained.
- My day shadowing the Chief Executive 12th January 20182018 has officially begun and all across the country Scout halls are welcoming young people for another year of adventure. This can only mean one thing. YouShape month is just around the corner!
- 5 ice breaker games to kickstart a new year 12th January 2018