DateTitleDetails
15/01/2020Programme Planning
22/01/2020Scottish Challenge Night
29/01/2020Burns Supper Note earlier time. Just Neckies
05/02/2020Nav/Trangias/History
12/02/2020Visit To Fire Station
19/02/2020Ghost TourScottish Challenge/World Challenge
26/02/2020Pancake NightUsing Trangias
04/03/2020Unnamed meeting
11/03/2020Unnamed meeting
18/03/2020Unnamed meeting
25/03/2020Unnamed meeting

Boy Scouts, organization, originally for boys from 11 to 14 or 15 years of age, that aimed to develop in them good citizenship, chivalrous behaviour, and skill in various outdoor activities. The Boy Scout movement was founded in Great Britain in 1908 by a cavalry officer, Lieutenant General Robert S.S. (later Lord) Baden-Powell, who had written a book called Scouting for Boys(1908) but who was better known as the defender of the town of Mafeking in the South African (or Boer) War. Baden-Powell’s book described many games and contests that he had used to train cavalry troops in scouting, and it became popular reading among the boys of Great Britain. Prior to the book’s publication, Baden-Powell held an experimental camp on Brownsea Island off the coast of southern England in which he put into practice his ideas on the training of boys.

Start dateEventsExtra details
20/03/2020Scout Training Camp 2020
06/07/2020Summer Camp 2020

Every Wed 7.30pm – 9.00pm

Times may vary.