About Berkshire Scouts
Want to represent the UK in North America?
The search for 72 young people to represent Berkshire and the UK at the World Scout Jamboree 2019, as part of our 2 Berkshire Units has started! We will be visiting every Districts and run information evenings about this amazing international event to meet Scouts and younger Explorers, born after22nd July 2001 and before 21st July 2005. Join us to learn more about the event and how you could be part of it! Find out more...
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.
Seven Scouts from our local Kennet District have recently completed their Gold Duke of Edinburgh Expedition challenge. The group, including explorer scouts and Network members spent 4 days and 3 nights walking and hiking over 100km across Dartmoor. This expedition challenge is one of the requi…
The Vanguard Explorer Unit have just got back from a great week in Yorkshire, during the week they visited Malham Cove (in picture) Hawes and saw how they make the famous cheese and did lots of lovely hikes in the lovely countryside of Yorkshire.
The scouts were giving an invitation to attend the official opening of the memorial garden in Oaken Grove park.
The guests included the Prime minister Teresa May. The Czech and Slovakia Ambassadors, The Mayor and local councellors. SIR Nicholas Winton's family.
The PM saw the scouts and …
The 52nd Beavers spent an evening on the River Thames at the Wokingham Waterside Centre on 8th June 2017. As you can see from the photo this team are raring to go without their adult assistants. Everyone had an enjoyable, although a little windy evening.
Swift and Kingfisher Beavers left the safety of their Lodges at the 1st Woosehill Scout Hut to scale new heights of achievement at the Junior Treetop Adventure at Go Ape, Swinley Forest. The two Colonies joined together in the last meeting of the summer term to tackle the high wire obstacle cours…