Scouts – 10.5 to 14.5 Years Old
Howden Scouts are an active group within Howden for young people aged between 10 and a half and 14. We have a varied program from pioneering and first aid to electronics and model rockets.
Scouts provides a balanced programme leading to the Chief Scouts Gold Award. The Scouts have camps throughout the year culminating in a week long summer camp. The scouts also take part in the Fells Marathon and Wolds Challenge hiking competitions
Mafeking Scout Troop
Ferriby and Swanland Scout Group
The Hessle Scout Troop (the middle section for young people aged around 10½ to 14½) is a very busy and active unit.
During our weekly Friday evening meetings, we combine traditional Scouting skills such as fire building and cooking, map reading, first aid, knots and pioneering, hiking and camping, with more adventurous and exciting activities including shooting, climbing and canoeing.
Under skilled and experienced leadership, and with excellent adult support, Hessle Scouts learn valuable and practical skills which will last them a lifetime, in a fun and friendly environment.
We give our young people – boys and girls – the opportunity to explore new pursuits, many others never get to experience.
South Cave Scouts are young people aged 10½ to 14 years. Scouts are the third section of the Scouting family above Beavers and Cubs.
Scouts take part in a balanced programme providing them with the opportunity to explore different activities. The varied and fun programme of activities; both outdoor and indoor provides the Scouts with an opportunity to earn a range of challenge and activity badges, whilst working towards their Chief Scout Gold Award and having fun.
South Cave Scout Group have a waiting list for all sections. If you would like to add a child to our waiting list, please use the contact form or email us directly firstname.lastname@example.org. Once a place in the Section becomes available we will contact you further.
Scouts are the third section of the Scouting movement. From the first experimental camp for 20 boys in 1907, the movement now has an estimated 28 million members worldwide, and in the UK alone there are over 499,000 boys and girls involved in Scouting