Fancy making a difference?

Volunteering for Scouting is one of the most fun, rewarding and positive things you can ever do.

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“For anyone thinking of becoming a Scout, I say, go for it, come and join the big adventure.”

Bear Grylls, UK Chief Scout

We are constantly on the lookout for new leaders to help run our Beaver Colonies, Cub Packs, Scout Troops and Explorer Units. You can help either as a Section Leader or an Assistant Section Leader or an Occasional Helper if you prefer. With groups running on all nights of the week we can be incredibly flexible to fit your schedule.

We also need people to help at a District level; this could be accounting, budgeting for a big event or running a big District camp for all our young people.

A lot of the activities that young people enjoy most need specialist training to run in order to keep them safe whilst still having a great time. Activities such as climbing, abseiling, archery and kayaking are run by “Skills Instructors”, people who have been training in a specific skill and then assessed as competent and safe to run it. As with all our roles we can provide the training needed if this is something you are interested with.

If none of the above appeal then it doesn’t mean there isn’t a role that matches your needs…please get in touch.

Similar to the roles available, our training is flexible with a mix of weekend and evening sessions available. Ample drinks and biscuits are provided on our courses with some being fully catered. The amount of training needed varies depending on the role but we always aim to keep it as fun and relevant as possible. Training courses can also lead to nationally recognised qualifications from the Open College Network!

Contact us today to find out more

Put your phone down and what are you left with? Just teamwork, courage and the skills to succeed.’
Bear Grylls, Chief Scout Bear Grylls