Category: Youth Commissioner’s Blog

1 Year as Youth Commissioner

It has been one year since I was appointed as East Lancashire’s first County Youth Commissioner… and what a year it’s been! If you had told me then that I would have all of the experiences, adventures and memories that I do now, I would have been in disbelief. I’m often told that the role I do changes lives within Scouting, but this role truly has changed my life too!

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If you’d have told me…

As East Lancashire’s County Youth Commissioner, one of my predominant goals is to promote youth shaped Scouting in partnership with adults across the County. The partnership aspect of youth shaped Scouting is so important; the experience and expertise of adult members of the movement is key in helping young people develop their own skills.

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  • 10 good things to know about our new brand 18th April 2018
    With just a month to go to a new strategy and brand for Scouting, Deputy UK Chief Commissioner Kester Sharpe explains how the focus on skills for life will help us attract more volunteers and why we will continue to wear our World Scout Membership Badge with pride.  
  • 7 egg-cellent Easter activities 31st March 2018
    We all love a good mini egg adorned cornflake cake, but how about using that wooden spoon to mix things up this Easter? 
  • Supporting you to make Scouting more inclusive 27th March 2018
    UK Chief Commissioner Tim Kidd explains why we are making the time and space to consider how we best support our volunteers with inclusion, so we continue to welcome young people of all backgrounds and abilities.