Volunteers from Scottish Scouting attended Pride Scotia on Saturday 15 June 2013...
6 - 8 year olds
8 - 10 1/2 - year olds
10 1/2 - 14 year olds
14 - 18 year olds
18 - 25 year olds
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Special Needs support from SHQ
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These free resources will be useful for working towards various nature-orientated Activity Badges.
Information on how Scouting helps young people achieve both in school and out.
The Scottish Development Fund exists to provide financial support to Scouting projects across Scotland
The CashBack for Communities Small Grants Scheme offers funding of up to £2000 to increase the provision of positive activities available to young people through local youth groups.
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Support and information for Office Bearers.
Documents of The Scottish Council.
Whatever your skills, experience and interests, we can find a role for you!
Scottish Headquarters has materials and expertise to help you recruit additional adult volunteers to grow Scouting in your area.
Meggernie is hosting a leaders only weekend from 30 Aug to 1 Sept
Lochgoilhead National Activity Centre is offering a 5 day camp for Cubs from 14th – 20th July 2013
Scouting is all about fun with a purpose.
Exciting and challenging activities for boys & girls from 6 to 25.
Scouts learn by doing, thinking in teams, and becoming confident in thinking for themselves.
Choose a role that suits your interests and lifestyle with full support and development.
Our three National Activity Centres offer challenge, learning and adventure in the great outdoors.
Funding opportunities for developing your group, district or region.
A continuous progression of training, activities, badges and awards.
Full support and training for the most rewarding adventure of all.
Volunteers from Scottish Scouting attended Pride Scotia on Saturday 15 June 2013, under the slogan ‘Some people are gay… and Scouts. We’re fine with it!’ which was developed to give a clear message that Scouting across Scotland and the UK fully supports equality.read more
A group of young people and adults from The Scout Association will be attending Pride Scotia in Edinburgh to promote Scouting as a modern and inclusive organisation. read more
Planning your next outdoor adventure, or activity for summer camp? Scout groups from all over Scotland wanted to “test out” the great pilgrimage trails to St Andrews. Choose from wild mountain track to coastal path depending on age and experience.read more
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Home of the Scottish Scout Headquarters and is situated in Fife, just outside Dunfermline
covering 48 acres with a wide range of activities.
Set in the West Highlands, the Lochgoilhead Centre offers water and land activities as part of a complete adventure package.
Set in Perthshire, the Meggernie Centre offers a great range of activities along
with self-catered indoor accommodation or camping.