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Providing every child with their right to adventure...

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Beavers (6-8 years)
Beavers (6-8 years)

They belong to the first and youngest Section in the Scouting family. They are easily recognised by their distinctive turquoise sweatshirts, Beaver Scouts enjoy making friends, playing games, going on visits and helping others. They usually meet together once a week in a Beaver Scout Colony.

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Cubs (8-10 1/2 years)
Cubs (8-10 1/2 years)

There are loads of fun things that you can do as a Cub Scout. They wear their green cub jumper full of badges! They get the chance to try lots of different activities like camping, hiking, day trips, swimming, music, exploring, computing, fire lighting, collecting and more.

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Scouts (10 1/2 to 14 years)
Scouts (10 1/2 to 14 years)

Scouts take part in a wide range of activities from archery to expeditions. There are many awards which they wear on their navy uniform. The programme of activities encourages Scouts to find out more about the world in which they live, know their own abilities and try something different.

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Explorers (14-18 years)
Explorers (14-18 years)

Explorer Scouts often get the chance to work with other Explorer Scouts in their District, so can take part in an even wider spectrum of social and adventurous activities.There is also a range of awards, including The Queen's Scout Award and the Duke of Edinburgh's Scheme.

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  • Bear Grylls

    Every child has the right to an adventure. Life is about grabbing opportunities. The prizes don’t always go to the biggest, the best and the strongest – they go to those who persevere. These are simple life lessons that Scouting teaches. Scouting’s 500,000 members are an inspiration. It's great to see it. It's all about friendship and fun and adventure – people who might not normally have the chance for adventure. Scouts are shining lights in their communities

    Bear Grylls
    Chief Scout
  • Don Longhurst

    We are always seeking more support in our Beaver, Cub, Scout & Explorer sections. Whatever skills you can offer we would be pleased to hear from you! We appreciate that not everyone can commit on a regular basis and we are flexible to fit with whatever commitment you can offer. Full training will be given and there is always lots of help and support available from all our existing leaders. If you would like a chat, without any obligation, why not see what you can do for Scouting and see what Scouting can do for you?

    Don Longhurst
    Alsager Group Scout Leader

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May Newsletter 2020

It’s definitely been a different few weeks as we start this term. Many thanks to those of you that took part in the CampAtHome and ClapForCareers. We will make sure that badges can be awarded properly when we are back

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Lots of our members have told us that they have signed up and are excited about this weekend! You can find out more about all the activities below ... See MoreSee Less

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This Saturday and Sunday is the County BIG Virtual Camp and we're recently excited to see as many of our members as possible taking part and engaging in the activities being put on by the county!

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Even lockdown isn't stopping our Explorers continuing on their adventures. Since Easter they've been running virtual zoom meetings every Monday but this Saturday they've been involved in something extra special.

Explorers from Alsager, along representatives from Potteries North District, took part in a Zoom Campfire Night with Scouts and Venturas from Heathmont Scout Group and Adelaide Scout Group in Australia. During the session, which took place at 10:00am GMT, they participated in a range of activities, including a rendition of the Penguin Song, a group story and a truth or lies game. As the meeting drew to a close, we all shared what we enjoyed doing in Scouting. Activities included survival camps, rock climbing, igloo building, hiking and eating food. It was great for the two countries to meet up. Many thanks to Heathmont Scout Group for getting in touch - hopefully we will speak to them again in the future.
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Always happy to help - what a great community initiative this has been ☺️ ... See MoreSee Less

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