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Ash Green Scouts

Can you help?

Ash Green Scouts is one of the village's success stories - and now we're asking you to be part of it.

Two Beaver Scout Colonies, two Cub Scout Packs and two Scout Troops and an Explorer Unit make us one of the largest groups in the area. Whether it's one night a week, one hour a week or just a couple of hours a month, you can play a key role in the life of young people in the village and surrounding areas.

You'll have a great time with Ash Green Scouts - it's lots of fun. You can share your hobbies, use the expertise you have gained from work and even teach them the everyday things like learning to cook, simple house maintenance, electricals - we all have a vast array of skills that will be of interest to young people.

Here's a list of the latest vacancies brought about by our recent growth:

Uniformed Leaders

We need Section Leaders across all units - Beavers, Cubs and Scouts. It's a couple of hours a week but great fun and hugely awarding.

If you don't want the commitment of  being a Section Leader you could still be a great help as a Sectional Assistant or an Occasional Helper. Click here to see the differences in the roles. Ignore the bit about Membership fees - adults no longer pay it.

Click here to request more information on how to become a Leader.

Support Roles

Behind the scenes support is just as important as the Leader team, from helping to set up or packing away camps, baking cakes for fund raising to joining in with our stalls at fetes and events, your support is always needed.

The Fundraising co-ordinator - to help manage our fundraising activities.

Executive Committee Members - to help with the management of the Group (a bit like board of Governors in a school)

Contact us by completing this form and we'll be in touch.

Meet our leader team.

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AGM 2022

AGM 2022

17th May 2022 saw in the Group AGM. This was an important AGM this year marking 50 years of the group. Also we agreed a new constitution as our...

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