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All the points are now updated to include those earned in September. Bryony is still in the lead for Scout of the Year, but not yet running away with it. There is still 3 months to go so still time to get yourself in the top 5 and win a trophy. Scout of the Month for September was newcomer Charlie. All down to the community work he volunteered for.

Eagles were Patrol of the Month, which moves them off the foot of the table. Merlins lead in Patrol of the Year is now down to 15 points and with the points available for the remaining 3 months it means Kestrels, Ravens, Hawks or Swifts could still beat them to the title. Click on the logo to the right to view all the current points.

We returned to the destination of our first independent International Trip in the summer of 2019.  Lots has changed in the past 10 years, but the Scouts still had a fantastic 10 day adventure in Bavaria.

Living in a castle and abseiling down a 19m tower isn’t something you do everyday.

Click on the logo to find out more about the adventure.

SCOUTFEST 2019 - Friday 20th - Saturday 21st September

It’s back!  After a years back, ScoutFest is returning.  This is a sleepover with a difference.  Camping out on the field, there will be live bands, a disco dome, craft activities, karaoke, campfire and more!

Scouts can set their tents up the night before so on the day they can arrive and join in with the activities straight away.

Full details of times, which bands we have playing etc will be handed out at the end of August.

MICROLIGHT FLYING - Saturday 20th OctoberSeptember

Ever wanted to take to the sky's?  Now’s your chance.  We will be spending a day in Kent where Scouts will get the chance to fly a microlight (under instruction).  It’s something we have never done before and will no doubt prove to be really popular (just like gliding last year).

Bookings for current members will open via OSM Parent Portal in August so they should keep an eye on their email.  If you are thinking of joining you may get to go too!

JAMBOREE ON THE INTERNET - Saturday 19th October.

Once again we will be joining in with the World Wide Event called JOTI.  This is where the Scouts wil be able to communicate with other Scouts from around the world and find out about their Scouting, country and culture.

There will also be other activities to do throughout the day such as making an electronic kit, a podcast, some green screen filming, games consoles and a movie (or two).

Places will be limited to just 20 so Scouts should book asap when they open on OSM Parent Portal .

USA THEMED SLEEPOVER - Friday 29th November

A popular theme for a sleepover when the Scouts were asked what they want to do in 2019/2020 was USA.

The night will involve Gold Gate Bridge, Statue of Liberty, Food, Flag, Quiz, a Fancy Dress competition, Films and a whole heap of fun.

Start time will be 8pm with pick up by 8am the following morning.  The venue is the Scout HQ.

MEGAZONE - Friday 6th December

The ‘Christmas Night Out’ this year will be at Megazone.  Megazone is the ultimate lasertag experience. It is based in a 6000 square foot abandoned warehouse where the Scouts will get to wage war against each other using state-of-the-art laser tag technology. They can battle over 2 storey's, through swirling smoke and leaking tunnels.  Points are scored by blasting enemies and destroying bases.

We have negotiated a great price for the Scouts and three games of twenty minutes each will only cost £10 in total!

It would normally cost a lot more than this so we expect all 36 places will get booked up very quickly.

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Once again it was an awesome night.  What made it even more special was that it was the 10th Anniversary of the award night.  What started as small idea is now a a very special night in the Troops annual calendar. As expected, 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. For all the results, photo\video montage and link to buy the ‘Annual Photo Book’, just click on the logo.

Some Scouts are already asking when the next Oscars is - but they have to wait 12 months for that.


The camp is now over.  It was a brilliant time with everyone trying something new.  Whether it was pedal karts, crate stacking or something more extreme such as the high ropes or paintballing.  There was loads for all to enjoy and even time for swimming on the way home.  The campsite in Norfolk (Eaton Vale) was excellent and couldn’t be faulted - no doubt we will return in the future.

To see a selection of photos an a hear from some of the Scouts that went, just click on the logo.


Staying in the Jersey Scout Centre, the Scouts learned about the Island of Jersey and also took part in loads of activities.  There were normal activities such as High Ropes, Zip Line, Laser Games, 3G Swing and quieter ones like Crazy Golf and Laser Clay Pigeon Shooting.

There was also some new and extreme activities including Coastering and Blo-Karting.  The week finished by going to the Battle of the Flowers Moonlight Parade.  To see photos, video clips and hear from some of the Scouts that went on the trip, just click on the logo.


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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