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Group Scout Leader’s Message

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Bear Grylls, Chief Scout, talks about the multiple benefits of volunteering in the attached article. We’re currently looking for people to join our leader team and also to fill various roles on our exec committee, if you are able to volunteer and spare some of your time please contact me or message us on Facebook.
Thanks!
John AshtonGroup Scout Leader

Hello and welcome to the 124th Nottingham Scout Group. We are at the heart of Wollaton, Nottingham, England.We’re an open and inclusive Scout Group for all young people (618), with exciting weekly activities for all our Beavers, Cubs, Scouts and Explorers.

You’ll also regularly find us camping, climbing, abseiling, canoeing, walking, exploring, and even pretending to be Robin Hood doing a bit of archery, as well as many other challenging activities.

Our Sections

We are a successful and well established Scout group with a 70 year history. The group comprises:

Parent’s Comment:
“Friday night Beavers is the highlight of my son’s week. He gets to meet up with his Beaver friends and take part in enjoyable activities.”

Our Leader Team

Each section is led by a committed team of volunteer leaders, who provide an exciting programme of activities for the young people in their section.We’re always looking for new leaders – no experience required! If you think you could help, get in touch!

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Spring Camp 2019
Bear Grylls says:
“We have crazy waiting lists, there are 35,000 kids wanting to join the Scouts. Our challenge is always to get enough adult volunteers to keep up with that growth, so my message is always that busy people can do a little bit.”

Our Supporters and Volunteers

The success of our group is only possible with the amazing efforts of our supporters and volunteers. They help us run Jumble Sales, the Christmas Market and the other fundraising activities we need to run the Scout Group each year – as we’re a self funding charitable organisation.So whatever spare time you’ve got, everything from one day a year to something more regular, why not get in touch and see how you can be a part of our Scout Group?

Kandersteg 2018

About The Scout Association

The aim of The Scout Association is to promote the development of young people in achieving their full physical, intellectual, social and spiritual potentials, as responsible citizens and as members of their local, national and international communities.Scouting has a simple and positive Promise that is required to be made by all its members. Together with the Scout Law, this gives a distinctive ethos to the practices of the movement and acts as a bond with Scouts in other countries.

Diversity

The 124th Scout Group is committed to giving all young people in the community the opportunity to fully participate in Scouting regardless of their gender, ethnicity, nationality, religious beliefs or cultural identity.

Leader’s Comment:
“The Scouting family welcomes all young people. They develop friendships that last a lifetime. “