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Eastleigh Scouts

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Explorers are young people, usually aged between 14 and 18 years old. They make up the fourth section of the Scouting family after Beavers, Cubs and Scouts.


Structure and meetings

A group of Explorers is called a Unit.

Not all Units meet every week, partly due to activities, holidays, exams and the other commitments that crop up in a teenager's life, and also because Explorers tend to get out and about at weekends more often than other sections.


Activities

Explorers often get the chance to work with other Explorers in their District, not just their own Unit, so can take part in an even wider spectrum of activities.

There is also a range of ambitious badges and awards, through which Explorers can demonstrate their proficiencies and expand their interests.


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Make a difference to the young people of Eastleigh, Fair Oak, Bishopstoke, Allbrook, Horton Heath and Boyatt Wood.

 

Take on our #Challenge4 in October 2019 and help another five young people take part in scouting.

 

Volunteer for just four weeks and be amazed at the difference you’ll make.

 

Week 1 See what we get up to

Week 2 Start to help out

Week 3 Get a little more involved

Week 4 You’ll know if Scouting is for you.

 

We have a wide range of flexible roles for adults either supporting young people or behind the scenes. Any help is truly amazing and you could be just the person to pass on life skills to a young Beaver, Cub or Scout!

 

Don’t just take our word. Eastleigh’s newest adult volunteer is 26 year old Helen Hutchings, a chartered accountant, who says “Since volunteering in May I have felt very welcome and supported, and I’ve already had some really great adventures each time I’ve taken part”.

 

Interested in taking on the challenge? Register your interest by the 15 September.

 

 

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Eastleigh Scouts
Eastleigh District Scouts, 3 Abbotsbury Road, Bishopstoke, Eastleigh, Hampshire, SO50 8NZ
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