The 62nd Scouts  meet on a Friday 7.30pm - 9.00pm at the Scout Hut on Bankfield Lane.  You can become a Scout once you are 10 and a half. 


The 62nd Scouts group has a waiting list, to place your child's name on the waiting please contact Diane Chapman - Scouting Leader on alternatively please contact the Scouts Organisation direct who will be able to help you with your next nearest Scout group and their availability.


We are looking for volunteers to help run the Scouting groups

Volunteering for Scouting gives you the chance to try different activities, visit new places and learn and share skills.  You can decide how much or little time you wish to give, it could be an evening a week or one evening a month.

Why volunteer?  you will have fun and feel rewarded, learn new skills, make new friends, add to your CV, something that alot of employers like to see, and most importantly you will make a difference and give something back to your community.

'Flexible volunteering means I can fit Scouting around my family and other commitments.  You can do it too!' Bear Grylls, Chief Scout.

If you would like more information and/or to volunteer your services please contact Diane Chapman who will be happy to talk through all that is involved.