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. 

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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Explorer Belt

Six members of Crawley Scout Network were presented with their Explorer Belt by Robert Sawyer (West Sussex County Commissioner). This is the first Explorer Belt carried out by a group from the County since 2011 when another Crawley Network team completed it. The team travelled around the Netherlands by bike and canoe, meeting locals and finding about …

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St George’s Day Celebrations

Sunday 22nd April saw members from all the Group in our District join together in Queen’s Square to celebrate Scouting’s patron saint, St George. The procession, lead this year by 2nd Ifield’s large green dragon, took the Scouts through the town centre into the Square. We heard the story of St George as lead by …

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Young people first: Safeguarding and Safety in Scouting

Our commitment to the safety of all our members