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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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Ash Green Scouts went micro-lighting. If you're between the ages of 10 and 14, just look at what else you could be doing

Scuba diving - Archery - Canoeing - Raft building - Hiking - Abseiling - Climbing - Swimming - Cycling - Making a shelter and sleeping the night in it - Orienteering - Sport - It's a Knock Out -Pioneering - Outdoor games  - Model Making - Art - Wide Games - Swimming - loads of camping - Zorbing.

Ash Green Scouts meet on Tuesdays. 

Timber Troop meet at New Ash Green Youth Centre between 6.30pm and 8.30pm

Wilderness Troop meet in New Ash Green Village Hall between 6.30pm and 8.30pm.

We offer a packed and exciting programme where 50% of activities are out of doors. Both boys and girls are welcome.

We really hope you give Scouts a try. Ask your parents to go to the Join page and request more information. You can try it for a couple of weeks for free to see if you like it - so why not give it a go?

Independent research among parents shows that the most important reasons why they encourage their children to join Ash Green Scouts is that we offer a programme of fun and adventure which gives them the opportunity to try new activities in a safe and structured way. Click here  to see the research results

Ash Green Scouts learning how to skin rabbits as part of survival training at "I'm a Scout Get Me Out of Here"

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