We’ve had notification from Birmingham Scout County that we can resume our face-to-face activities.
Regrettably, due to local restrictions imposed in Birmingham, we’re once again temporarily suspending all activities.
Scouts and the NYA confirm that the youth sector is unaffected by the September 9 changes to social distancing rules.
We’re finally returning to face-to-face Scouting, starting with our Scout Troop and Explorer Unit.
For the first time in the Group’s history, we’re having a break over the summer holidays.
Resilience is one of the key attributes we try to instil in our Scouts and, in that spirit, we’re going to carry on meeting virtually!
Effective Tuesday 17 March 2020 until further notice, all Group meetings, camps, events and activities are suspended.
Last updated 15 Mar 2020. Our original post on the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic from our GSL, Dr Lewis Hitchen.
Every year, The Scouts undertake a survey of the whole membership to better understand its members and their needs.
Happy new year! We’re back, this Tuesday from 6pm, and we’re looking forward to spring!
A while in the works, following the rebranding of Scouts in the UK, and ahead of our 6th birthday, our new website is live!
This weekend, the Group helped to clean up its adopted stretch of the North Stratford Canal between bridges 4 and 6 in Billesley.
With the end of the year fast approaching, we thought we’d remind you about all of our upcoming events.
We’re going to be trialing a new set of WhatsApp groups for the purpose of communicating with grown-ups.
We can’t do this without our band of amazing adult volunteers – and we need your help now, more than ever.
Don’t forget that we’re one of the few Scout groups around the country that opens during the Summer Holidays. Here’s a few details that will be useful for you.
Our first term of 2019 is almost over, and we’re looking forward to our Spring/Summer programme which starts on April 30th.
Getting feedback from our grown-ups is hugely important to us, and we’re happy to share some feedback and insights we gained from our last survey.
Staying safe on the internet is always a concern, and one we’ll be helping to address as part of the Digital Citizen and Digital Maker badge programme.
We’re going to be trialling a new approach to ensuring our Beavers and Cubs have access to a broader outdoor programme by launching a new Parent Helper Rota at the end of April.
Keeping up to date with your young person’s progress will be easier and more secure than ever with the new Online Scout Manager Parent Portal.
We’re grateful for your support throughout 2018, and look forward to seeing you all in the new year on Tuesday 15th January.
It’s been five years since we opened our doors to our first members, many of whom are still with us, so we thought it was time to celebrate.