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Beaver Craft Day

On Saturday 2nd December, Crawley District Scouts held a Beaver Craft and Fun Day. We had over 80 children attend throughout the day making, Reindeer’s, Christmas decorations and gifts to take home. We even had Father Christmas drop in to see them all and give out some presents. A big thank you to all the leaders, young leaders and family members that helped to make the day a success. 

WSJ 2019 – Adult Leaders have been selected!

Following a tough application process, twenty adult leaders were invited to attend a weekend selection camp at Lodge Hill over the weekend 23rd – 24th September. During the course of the weekend each leaders was assessed in their Young Person Interaction Skills, Leadership, Team Work, Communication, Adaptability, Working when tired. …

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Grow Your Group!

Grow your Group is a set of fun and entertaining workshops where skills and ideas will be shared which are supported by both electronic resources and hard resources such as your Vacancy Boards. All areas you will need to help your Group grow with adults will be looked at. Grow …

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Medal of Merit Awarded

John Yarlett was presented the Award of Merit on Saturday 24th June for his outstanding contribution to Scouting both in Crawley and Horsham. He has previously been a District Commissioner and was instrumental in restarting 1st Crawley Scout Group with all 3 sections 6 years ago and has successfully recruited …

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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.