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Focused on Adventure

Providing every child with their right to adventure...

Focused on Adventure

Promoting Engagement

Frontlining discussions and involvement

Promoting Engagement

Developing Teamwork

Testing leadership and communication skills

Developing Teamwork
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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Isle of Man Scout Group

The last full week of July saw 1st Malew Scout group from the Isle of Man, come on their summer camp to the UK. They had decided to stay in Alsager this year (due to it’s convenient train links) at

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June / July 2019 Newsletter

Please see the below the final newsletter for this academic year, showcasing some of the awesome activities we’ve gotten up-to in the jam packed Summer Term To see the full list of awards handed out this year click here Fun

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Fun Afternoon, AGM & Awards

On Sunday 23rd June we held out Annual General Meeting & Family Fun Afternoon to celebrate another fantastic year of Scouting. It was lovely to see so many parents, leaders and young people and we hope you all had an

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We would like to thank all our scouts, explorers and leaders who took part in our tidy and clean up today.

As a result the stores are now tidy and well sorted. A job well done!
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The only thing missing from our team is you! No matter your skill set or time commitments. Not all roles require 'full uniform' but all will make a huge impact on young people lives and your own.

We run sections every night of the week but without our amazing volunteers we're unable to continue.

We have a wide and diverse team that bring different skill sets to the group, we have company directors, mechanics, office workers, police officers, teachers, doctors, nurses, bankers, catering and bar staff, warehouse workers, tradesmen & stay at home parents to name just a few occupations. They all bring such a different viewpoint to the group and its this attitude that makes us such a dynamic and over subscribed Scout Group in the area.

There are a number of benefits you can gain from volunteering. Spending time with your child, learning new skills and contributing to your local community are just a few of the reasons why our Current Leaders choose to spend some of their time in Scouting.

For more information visit alsagerscoutgroup.org.uk or
email / call Don Longhurst on gsl@alsagerscoutgroup.org.uk / 01270 884461
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