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SW Notts Scout District

South West Notts Scout District covers the Attenborough, Beeston, Bramcote, Chilwell, Toton, Stapleford and Trowell areas of the Borough of Broxtowe on the outskirts of Nottingham.

Our 12 Scout Groups and 5 Explorer Scout Units and our Network unit currently provide a challenging and adventurous programme of fun-packed activities for over 800 young people aged 6 – 25 years – both boys and girls!

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SW Notts District Scouts Blog

Volunteering Opportunities

bear_grylls_chief_scout_250x375It is no secret that Scouting in FUN – not just for our young members, but also for the adult volunteers that work with the sections.

We are seeking additional adult volunteers to fill the following vacancies in SW Notts District.

Management Roles

The 1st Trowell Scout Group is seeeking to appoint a new Group Scout Leader – the leader who manages the adults supporting the Beaver, Cub and Scout sections within the Group.

Whilst a background in Scouting would be useful, it is not essential – as we provide a modular training programme for all our adult volunteers.

The role involves

  • support and guidance to adult volunteers
  • creating links with the local community
  • working alongside other adults to help provide the resouces the youth sections need so that they can have participate in a wide range of challenging and fun-packed weekly programe of activities

Volunteering as a leader or helper in one of our youth sections

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Scout “bag pack” raises over £450!

Members of the 2nd Chilwell (Christ Church) Scout Group were “Bag Packing” at the Tesco Extra store in Toton on Sunday 27th November in support of the Mayor of the Borough of Broxtowe’s Charity Appeal which is in aid Prostate Cancer UK.

We wish to thank those shoppers who supported the Beavers, Cubs and Scouts in this worthy endeavour. They raised a grand total of over £450 which the Mayor, Cllr Graham Harvey, has kindly decided to split between his Charity Appeal Fund and the Scouts.

The Scouts would like to thank him for his generous donation to the 2nd Chilwell Group – which. like all Scout Groups, is itself a registered charity. Read More

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Chief Scout Honours “Lifesaver” Rachel

Rachel Coe, an Assistant Scout Leader at the 2nd Bramcote Scout Group, has been awarded the Chief Scout’s Commendation for Meritorious Conduct medal by Chief Scout, Bear Grylls.

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Rarachel-medal-2chel was presented with her medal by Stuart Howells,  Assistant County Commissioner, at the Remembrance Sunday Parade and Service at Saint Michael and All Angels Parish Church in Bramcote on 13th November.

When her father suffered a massive heart attack whilst at home in December 2015, Rachel immediately commenced CPR and continued with this until the paramedics arrived. The hospital consultant advised that, had Rachel not continued with the CPR her father would not have made the amazing recovery which subsequently followed.

Rachel is pictured with her proud dad after the award ceremony and with Stuart Howells.

Many congratulations Rachel. We are all so proud of you!

Lest We Forget!

poppy-appealScouts join with local communities for Act of Remembrance

Scouts from across SW Notts District will participate in parades and services in Beeston, Stapleford, Attenborough, Bramcote and Trowell to mark Remembrannce Sunday.

The 6th Beeston, 2nd Chilwell and 2nd Beeston Scout Groups, along with representatives from our Explorer Scout Units and Scout Network will participate in the Royal British Legion Act of Remembrance at the War Memorial in Beeston, followed by a service in St John’s Parish Church.

Other Scout Groups from Chilwell, Attenborough, Bramcote, Stapleford, Bramcote and Trowell will join local congregations for their Remembrance Sunday services.

 

They shall grow not old as we that are left grow old.

Age shall not weary them, not the years condemn.

At the going down of the sun, and in the morning,

“We will remember them”