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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.
East Reading Explorers joined 16000 other scouts and leaders for the 7th International Finnjamboree at the end of July. The Jamboree was located in the forests of southern Finland and the explorers took part in a wide range of activities such as Room escape, cycling, paddle boarding, hiking and c…
In late July 33 members of Axford Explorers, from Taceham Hundred, headed to the Kandersteg International Scout Centre in the Swiss Alps for 11 days of high adventure and international scouting.
We had a very busy programme of activities including:
• Going into the mountains for hill walking…
Slough District Beavers had a great Sleepover at 1st Langley Scout Headquarters
On Saturday morning we headed straight off by coach to “Whipsnade Zoo”
The Beavers went on all the adventure play grounds, loved seeing all the animals, watched the Dolphin show and enjoyed the Penguin feeding show …
Slough District Cubs held a fantastic District Cub Camp to celebrate a 100 years of Cub Scouting
Every Cub Pack in Slough District attended the camp which was fantastic
We had 122 Cubs, 50 Adults, 12 Scouts, Explorer Young Leaders and Network Members on site for the whole weekend!
The camp sta…
1st Reading YMCA Beavers had a Mary Poppins Themed sleepover.
Dressed as chimney sweeps the beavers had a tea party & celebrated beaver Daisy Cookes 7th Birthday, a revolving carousel along with Mary Poppins & Burt entertained the beavers in the evening helping them all to \"love to laugh, lou…