The Aim of the Scout Association
The aim of the Scout Association is to encourage the physical, mental and spiritual development of young people so they may take a constructive place in society.
We offer an enjoyable and attractive scheme of progressive training based upon a Scout Promise and Law . All activities are guided by adult leadership.
The Scout Section
The Scout Section is run by Scout Leaders and Helpers. All leaders are volunteers who give their time for free and receive special training for their role. The Leaders are responsible for planning and running a programme of activities and games at section meetings and special events.
Section meetings are held every Thursday between 7pm and 8.30 during school term time at the Hugo Meynell School
The Scouts work in small groups called patrols. The Patrols have a Patrol Leader and are identified by different names.
Activities and Awards
Scouts will enjoy a great deal of excitment and adventure whilst in the section , which will lead to the award of badges to wear on their uniform. These are given in recognition of the effort made at their own level of understanding and development.
If you have further questions which are not answered here, then please do not hesitate to contact one of the Leaders as follows:
Sharon Sturland - Scout Leader
Roger Bloor Group Scout Leader 01782 799262
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