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Scout International Camp 2017 – France

4 Sep 2017


Scouts visit the Eiffel Tower

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Scout International Camp 2017 – France

Scouts Shelter Building

10 Jul 2017

Scouts practice shelter building.

Wolds Challenge hike 2017 results

2 Apr 2017

Congratulations to the two teams of Scouts and the one team of Explorer Scouts who completed this years Wolds Challenge hike.
The event was based from Brantingham, south east of South Cave.

Scouts: 41 teams
Pocklington 1 5th place – 3:35
Pocklington 2 25th place – 5:14

Explorer Scouts: 16 teams
Pocklington 11th place – 5:51

WELL DONE everyone.

Date for the diary
Fells Marathon 2017 – 6th -8th October.

Scouts Winter Camp 2017 – Leeds

5 Mar 2017

Go karting

Food preparation

Fells Marathon 2016

31 Oct 2016

This year, the 41st Fells Marathon was held at Raven Gill Camp Site situated in the North Yorkshire Moors.

The course is completed over two days with an overnight camp away from the main centre.


The Scouts completed the 30km course and came 2nd. An excellent effort.


The Explorers completed a difficult and challenging 43km course and came 5th.

Well done to all.

Scout International Camp 2016 – Rotterdam

31 Oct 2016

Scout Centre Rotterdam was our International destination this year.

Dam Square, Amsterdam

Dam Square, Amsterdam

Below the camp gate

Below the camp gate


Cooking Poffertjes


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Scouts Halloween Autumn camp

31 Oct 2016
Scary Scouts!!!

Scary Scouts!!!

Scouts on Autumn camp at Hesley Wood, Sheffield.

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Germany 2015 Scout & Explorer camp

31 Aug 2015



Scouts and Explorers have a great week long camp in Koblenz, Germany.
More photos on Photo Gallery.

Scout Association announces its Programme Refresh

26 Jan 2015

Over the last four years the Scout Association asked thousands of members to tell us what they would like to see in an updated Programme – the results came in thick and fast and thanks to you we have refreshed the Programme and made it bigger and better than ever; providing more fun, more choice and more adventure.

As part of the refresh, we asked young people and adults which new badges they wanted to see and also what they thought of existing ones. As a result the badges have been refreshed for each section; some have had their requirements updated, some are brand new and some have been discontinued. Some new badges were released in April 2014 as the start of this update.

Other improvements include removing the Programme Zones but introducing three key themes: Outdoors and Adventure, Skills and World. There will be more emphasis on Outdoors and Adventure, making sure young people experience as much excitement as possible during their Scout journey.

The Top Awards will be more challenging for young people to complete but easier to deliver and understand, while the Chief Scout’s Awards will require greater commitment across a range of activities that better reflect the variety of the Scout Programme.

The review of the Scout Network concluded in July 2014 and the changes to the Programme and structure will be communicated later on in Spring 2015.

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