After eight years as County Commissioner, Glen Fendall has decided to let someone else take the reins on leading the adventure in East Lancashire.

Could you support and inspire nearly 4,000 people?

Would you enjoy sitting around a campfire as well as leading strategy?

East Lancashire Scouts are looking for a volunteer with management experience who wants to do more in their community, with good interpersonal skills and the ability to motivate others.

As County Commissioner, you would be responsible for leading East Lancashire Scouts ensuring that we provide good quality Scouting.

What does Scouting in East Lancashire look like?

Beaver Scouts

Cub Scouts


Explorer Scouts

Scout Network

Adult Volunteers



Vacancy Pack

The vacancy pack gives you detailed information about Scouting and the role of a County Commissioner.

Nomination Form

Please note that all nominations and applications must be received by Wednesday 3rd January 2018 to the contact details on the application form.

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