About Us

Who is in charge?

Our Cub Leader and Assistant Group Scout Leader are responsible for all our Cubs whilst attending meetings and activities, with several Assistant Leaders and helpers to support them.
All adult leaders must have ‘DBS’ approval before appointment and undergo courses of Leadership training.

The Troop is divided into several six’s consisting of 4-6 boys & girls. Older Cubs are encouraged to develop leadership skills and responsibility to become sixers, where they can help younger scouts learn new skills and can lead them on some activities (under the guidance and ultimate supervision of adult leaders)

How can Parents Help?

All leaders and everyone involved with our Scout Group are volunteers and give up their time free. If you can offer any help to maintain the buildings or minibus or help with fund raising events or administration then it will help keep the cost of subscriptions down! Please let us know if or have any specialist skills that you would be willing to share with our young people or if you can help with other things like transport.

New leaders and helpers are always needed too – more info can be found here: https://www.scouts.org.uk/volunteer/

Put your phone down and what are you left with? Just teamwork, courage and the skills to succeed.’
Bear Grylls, Chief Scout Bear Grylls