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Cub Leaders Wanted!


Your Chance to Shine



We are looking for Cub Leaders/Helpers to join our Cubs (boys and girls aged 8 to 10 1/2 years old) learn new skills as they have fun at our weekly meetings (Wed 6:45-8.15 pm during term time).

All the planning and organising is already done, you just need to join in!


Contact our Cub Scout Leader today for more information:

Akela - Mo Collins on 01256 895534  or  via email -  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


As well as helping our Cubs you’ll help with them on outdoor visits, adventures and, of course, camps – all according to your personal schedule. You’ll help Cubs offer a positive environment for people from all faiths, beliefs and abilities. In return you’ll learn new skills, develop your leadership abilities and play an active role in giving young people a great start in life.


What do we do?

We have a fantastic Akela and wonderful pack of kids, all enthusiastic and ready to learn - Take a look at our Blog - we get up to all sorts!

Who can volunteer?

Anyone over 18 years old, even if you don’t have a family member in Scouting. It’s best if you’re comfortable in the outdoors, you’re happy working with young people and you have or want to develop Scouting skills. Please note all volunteers are required to pass a free DBS child protection record check.

What else do we offer?

If you want to take Leadership further, the Scout Association offers an enormous amount of training - Link to Scout Association Training

Its all changed...

If you think that Scouting is all knobbly knees, big hats and woggles, maybe its time you took another look. Did you know that Scouting has been growing for the last five years?

  • Most people are no more than a mile from their nearest Scout meeting place.
  • We offer more than 200 activities.
  • There are now half a million members of Scouting in the UK Scouting in the UK has been growing for the last five years
  • More young people do adventurous activities as Scouts than with any other organisation
  • Each year Scouts spend over two million nights away from home doing adventurous activities.
  • The youngest person to walk to the South Pole was a Scout
  • Each year Scouts tackling the Queen’s Scout Award walk the equivalent distance of once around the world.
  • 11 of the 12 people to walk on the moon were once Scouts.
  • John Lennon and Paul McCartney were both Scouts (inspiring a better quality of campfire song)
  • You are never more than 10 miles from a Scout Meeting Place
  • The Scout Association is part of a worldwide movement of 31 million Scouts

Come along and join us - you have nothing to lose and so much to gain!

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