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After a bit of a delay the points have been updated to include May.  Scout of the Month was Chloe and Patrol of the Month was Swifts.

Poppy still leads Scout of the Year with Ava still in second.  Last years winner is now up to sixth.  Could they retain the title?  Hawks are still leading the Patrol of the Year, but now only by 1 points over Ravens!  For all the up to date scores and places, go to the competition pages (or click on the logo on the right).

LONDON WEEKEND 2018 - 17th/18th November

After a break of a couple of years we return to the capital for the ‘Ultimate Weekend’.  Staying at Hostel in Holland Park, we will visit the Orbital and slide down, a Thames River Ride in a Jetboat\Speedboat, The London Eye, and day at in the Wonderlab at the Science Museum.  Places are limited so go to My.Scout to book a place ASAP.  Click on the logo to download a copy of the info booklet or HERE for the video.



Once again it was an awesome night.  All the Scouts were very smartly dressed as they sat down to find out who had won what for the various categories THEY had voted on. A few special guest also attended the night that had been involved with the Troop during 2017 that wanted to be at the awards.  For all the results, photo\video montage and link to buy the ‘Annual Photo Book’, just click on the logo.


A five day adventure camp based in Norfolk.  Staying indoors in a modern Scout Centre in Eaton Vale, there will be onsite and offsite activities.  As well as games and competitions throughout the camp.  If you have never been away for more than a night it’s a perfect camp to get you used to being away.  Those not going to Germany will get preference, but it is open to all.  The cost will be £180 and includes all food, accommodation and activities. Transport is £20 a head which can be fund raised or paid.  Numbers are initially limited to just 20 Scouts. For the flyer and to register an interest click on the logo. Click here for the promo video.


Based in Krakow, the Scouts took part in loads of activities and also found out about the History of Poland, by taking part  in a cultural activities which included guides tours and folk dancing.  They weren’t just limited to Krakow though as they went to the mountains in Zakopane and out to Zator as well as rafting down a river that zigzagged the Polish\Slovak boarder!  Click on the logo to see what they did.

MK CAMP 2017

WOW what an awesome 5 day camp that was!  Relive it by looking at the blog, videos, photos by clicking here.  A video Montage of the camp can also be found on YouTube or Vimeo.

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