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Scout of the Month for July was Megan. Scout of the Year is still lead by Ava B. With some sort of normality now returning, points for helping at community events and delivering flyers may be possible again.  This could make a huge difference to the final result as we go into the the last 5 months of the year. Patrol of The Month for July was Gannets who are starting to stretch their lead in the Patrol of The Year competition. Click on the image to see all the current points.


It was confirmed that from the 6th September we will once again be able to resume sleepovers. It’s been a long time coming and it’s so good that camping and residential's are back! There are still some limitations\guidance in place though to keep everyone safe, so they may look slightly different to what they used to. Head on over to the Nights Away section of the website to see what is planned over the next few months.


Despite all the restrictions in place over the past 18 months we have still managed to do loads of activities and lean #skillsforlife. You probably can’t remember exactly what we have done!  If you visit the photo\video section of our website you can catch up on what we have done over the past 4 years. If you are thinking of joining us, it is a good place to start to see the kind of things we do.

The montages are all on our YouTube Channel - so why not subscribe to it and click on the notification button so you know when something new is available to watch.


It was a very different Oscars Award ceremony this year. Due to the restrictions in place at the time, we could only meet outside. Despite being in April as we were not able to meet face-to-face when originally planned for in January, it was still a chilly and windy night. Everyone still made the effort to dress up smart and make the most of the evening.  There was a large screen and outdoor sound system to still give it some of the ‘buzz’ of the normal awards night. For all the results, photo\video montage and link to buy the ‘Annual Photo Book’, just click on the logo.

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POL-SKI 2020

Wow!  What an awesome five days in the Polish mountains of Zakopane.  The Scouts went from beginners to confident skiers in 10 hours of lessons.  It was all skiing though, as we also had time in to enjoy places such as Snowlandia, Terma Bania, Tobogganing and making our own mountain cheese. The video is being worked on and copies will be handed out as soon as we can after the premier (which may now be online). To see all we done, click on the logo.

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.


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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