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.

Scout Open Morning – Muslim Scouts

Crawley Scouts has recently held an open morning at 2nd Crawley Scouts targeted at the Muslim community to raise awareness of Scouting and encourage participation.

Through scouts young Muslims learn new skills, develop personally socially and are stronger, more compassionate individuals who are a beacon of hope for their local communities. Through skilled leaders, our young Muslims have access to weekly programme which support, challenge and develop them, from speaking in front of thousands, to learning skills in the outdoors, to planting trees or learning to budget, each week is a true learning experience and it ensures our young people are well-rounded, resilient and able to cope with the ever growing demands of modern day life.

If you would like to get involved, please get in contact to volunteer or join as a young person. We hope to hold a meeting in September with all interested adult volunteers and if there is appropriate support from the community, start meetings with young people shortly after.

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