About Berkshire Scouts
Even better Scouting for even more Young People
Berkshire Scouts supports Scouting in more than a hundred communities across Berkshire providing fun, challenge and adventure for more than 9,200 young people aged 6 to 25.
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Volunteer Stories: Why We Do It
Our volunteers make Scouting happen. But what makes them volunteer? Well, we've been finding out! We have spoken to some of our existing volu nteers to find out why they got involved, what they enjoy and how they balance it with their other commitments. Hear from them now.
Youngsters from 1st Woosehill Scout Group beavered away doing good deeds at home to raise over £120 for the Ollie Young Foundation,a Wokingham-based charity that helps paediatric brain tumour research and support.
Swifts and Kingfisher Beavers helped out their families and neighbours doing su…
Our first Christmas in the Barn
1st Ufton Nervet hosted a lovely evening in our local farmer's barn where all the community were invited.
Over 100 young people and local residents came together to sing carols and watch Beavers, Cubs, Scouts and Explorers perform followed by hot chocolate and…
Vanguard Explorers get ready for Christmas by decorating Christmas cakes and chocolate yule logs.
Wargrave Scout Group took part in the annual Jamboree On The Air (JOTA) and Internet (JOTI). JOTA is the world's largest coordinated global youth event with over 1 million young people from over 150 countries talking to each other using short wave radio and internet chat.
More than 20 Cubs and…
Woosehill Beavers had an amazing evening at the Apple Store in The Oracle Reading, learning to become computer designers of the future.
The youngsters found about technology and data, old computers and how to research them on the iPad, were shown how to work an Apple Pen and then used it to des…