Through the adventure of Scouting, young people get to take risks in a safe environment, and have their first taste of responsibility. We give young people experiences they’ll never forget. The sort of adventure Scouting offers is the chance to experience something different and the opportunity to challenge yourself. When a Beaver Scout wakes up the morning after a sleepover, or Cub Scout has just got over her fear of heights by completing her first abseil - that’s adventure.
As a young person
You can contact us for more details or to place your child on the waiting list at firstname.lastname@example.org. Depending on your child’s age they’ll join either Beavers (Tuesday, 6-8 year olds), Cubs (Tuesday, 8-10½ year olds), or Scouts (Friday, 10½-14 year olds).
Are you doing the DofE award and looking to complete the service part? Alongside Aberdeen District Young Leaders we can help with that, just drop an email to email@example.com and find out if we’re a good fit for you.
As an Adult
No experience required - We’ll give you all the training and support you need to feel good in your chosen role.
10 bins, 4 planks of wood, 3m of rope and river full of crocodiles. Sounds like a normal Tuesday night.
Whether you’re after rejoining the adventure or want to try something new we can find a role for you. Volunteering needn’t be an every week commitment and if you’re not sure if it’s for you then you can try the Four Week Challenge to find out. Volunteering with us needn’t be a weekly commitment - if you’re willing to help, we’re commited to finding a way you can have an impact!
You can contact us for more details or to volunteer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You don’t need to travel to the other side of the world to make a difference.
There’s three main ways you can help in making everyday an adventure:
- Assistant Section Leader: The Batpeople of running our sections. They plan evenings and trips to ensure that the young people have the greatest adventure possible and the chance to gain their Chief Scout’s Award.
- Section Assistant: The Robins to our section leaders. They run games and activities and assist young people in gaining their badges.
- Group Executive Committee: The well hidden but vital team working away in the background, looking after such things as the group’s building and finances - allowing the leaders to get on with delivering the adventure.