Appeal - Let There Be Light Again - Please Help

The young people of Crawley have lost the use of a magical outdoor place after the theft of the main electrical cable in to the local Scout campsite in recent weeks. At some point during the last week of September metal thieves disconnected and stole 150m of high voltage copper cable from the Pease Pottage location, disabling the security measures that were in place. Please click here for more information and donate to help us get this amazing facility back into operation as quickly as possible. 

Mountain Activity Weekend 2018

From Thursday 25th October to Sunday 28th October, 19 Explorer Scouts and 3 Scout Network from across Crawley District were hosted by Drake Explorers at their annual mountain activity weekend staying at a bunk house in Cynwyd, North Wales. Participants spent 3 days walking in the mountains, including Snowdon (the highest peak in North Wales) …

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Appeal – Let There Be Light Again – Please Help

The young people of Crawley have lost the use of a magical outdoor place after the theft of the main electrical cable into the local Scout campsite.   At some point during the last week of September metal thieves disconnected and stole 150m of high voltage copper cable from the Pease Pottage location, disabling the security …

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Camelot Shooting Competition 2018

Camelot TSC run a yearly open postal league for Sporter Air Rifle & Air Pistol and this year Crawley District Scouts entered a number of competitors. The league is open to all ages from all clubs and organisations, e.g. Scouts, Cadets, Schools, Rifle Clubs etc from across Great Britain so it presents a great opportunity to see …

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Network Volleyball

Scout Network isn’t just about expeditions abroad – though of course we love that! You can have fun closer to home. A few pictures of Crawley Network members playing Volleyball on Ifield Green last Thursday. Fortunately, the weather held up. Don’t worry, we did get the net up eventually.

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