Click here for Coronavirus and Covid-19 Information and Guidance including online resources. Section meetings can take place outdoors and indoors. Residential activities may take place. Although there is no longer a legal requirement for many things, as Scouts, with a duty of care to others and to young people, we recommend and expect the application of good hygiene and covid-safe approaches to all our meetings, events, activities and residential experiences.

Co-op Grants to Crawley Groups

The Co-op Local Community Fund is an initiative which aims to give back to the local members and their communities – giving money to local causes that their members care about. As part of this two, local Scout Groups were presented with grants on Saturday 25th November to help improve Scouting in Crawley.

2nd Ifield Scout Group received £2,800 to replace their aging fleet of Kayaks and allow more members to partake in their BCU assessments going forward.

1st Southgate received £2,000 to help provide modern clean toilets for disabled & able bodied members.

Many thanks to the Co-op for supporting local Scouting in Crawley District. The grants will enable present and future members to enjoy local Scouting.

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