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.

Don Clements – Rest In Peace

Last Thursday (11th June), members of Crawley District Scouts and 7th Crawley Scouts gathered on a local street in family groups to form a socially distanced guard of honour to pay their respects to Don Clements. For those of you who didn’t know Don and his association to 7th Crawley …

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Crawley Beavers – International Mother Language Day

International Mother Language Day, is observed every year since February 2000 and made official by UNESCO. This is to promote linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. As part of the Crawley Beaver Scouts community involvement, the communication staff at Surrey & Sussex NHS Trust invited the Beaver Scouts to distribute …

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District AGM

The District AGM is being held tonight at 7.30pm at Tilgate Golf Club. To conserve paper, you can access the 2018 District Reports and Accounts online. The formal part of the meeting will be as short as possible. There will be a raffle in aid of Crawley’s 2019 Jamboree Contingent.

Treating each other well

Chief Commissioner, Tim Kidd, challenged Team UK to come up with ideas on how we can foster a culture of positivity and respect, helping us wear our values on our sleeves I’ve been thinking a lot recently about something that sounds quite simple: how can we be nicer to each …

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Young people first: Safeguarding and Safety in Scouting

Wherever we go and whatever we do, we put young people’s safety and wellbeing first. Here's how.