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Kelly is awarded the Chief Scouts Commendation

Kelly is awarded the Chief Scouts Commendation

I am absolutely delighted to share with you the news that Kelly Wills, our Timber Troop Scout Leader AND also Assistant Beaver Leader with Little...

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Why I enjoy volunteering
1st June 2015

Why I enjoy volunteering

I work in marketing and public relations and spend most of my day on the telephone to some pretty hard bitten marketeers and cynical journalists. I love my job but there are days when I am totally shattered and 'not in a good place'.That's when I...

Author: Alan Gordon

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Scout uniforms can be purchased from Scout Shops Ltd, the official trading arm of The Scout Association. Profits are ploughed back into Scouting, helping to reduce subscriptions. Click here to go to Scout Shops on-line store.

Also available from John Lewis and Longfield Wools.

One Stop Scouting is ideal for all Scouting activity wear and equipment. To see their site, click here.

You can save money by buying on ebay but be very careful as some of the uniforms are from the USA, some are vintage and others aren't even part of the uniform. Avoid uniform items decribed as being for "Boy Scouts" or "Wolf Cubs". That is the American terminolgy. For the link to ebay, click here

You can buy the trousers from any store such as Primark and Asda  - but please make sure you have the correct colour which is NAVY BLUE.

Our Group scarves are green with an white border with the Group Badge embroidered on the back and your child will receive one once invested. That simply means they have to know the Law and Promise and take part in a few activities. They'll get their first badges at the same time.

Once your children have gained the Badges, you'll need to know where they go. Click on the name for more information on that Section.


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