If you are aged 18 or over and looking for a new exciting challenge this could be the opportunity you are seeking!
To support the future development of Scouting in SW Notts we wish to appoint a strategic thinker to the volunteer role of Assistant District Commissioner (Group Support/Development).Read More
Congratulations to Christine Sheard on gaining her Local Training Manager (LTM) Wood Badge.
Christine received her Wood Badge from Simon Clark (District Commissioner) at the District Awards Presentation Evening on 9th October.Read More
The Worshipful the Mayor of the Borough of Broxtowe, Councillor Susan Bagshaw, presented Chief Scout Awards to 149 Beavers, Cubs, Scouts and Explorer Scouts from Scout Groups and Explorer Scouts Units from across the District at a special Awards Ceremony held at The Pearson Centre for Young People on 9th October. Read More
If you are aged 18-25 and either an existing leader/helper or perhaps a former member of The Scout Association or Girlguiding then the Scout Network is your natural “home” within the wider Scouting Family.
As an existing leader/helper within Scouting in this age group, The Scout Association now already grants you automatic membership of the Scout Network. This is a recent change aimed at giving former Explorer Scouts and new “young adults” an opportunity to gain their Queen’s Scout Award, or to work for a Duke of Edinburgh Award – something you may have regretted not completing, or perhaps a challenge which you might, even now, like to embark upon.
If you don’t have a Scouting or Girlguiding background don’t panic. You too can join Network and strive for your DofE or Queen’s Scout Award – or simply enjoy the opportunity of networking with others who enjoy Scouting and all it has to offer! (University Students often find this a useful way to retain a connection with Scouting whilst studying for their degree).
Contact Stuart Kemp for more information.