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What is it to be a Scout?
18th July 2016

What is it to be a Scout?

4th Milton (St Marys) Scout GroupJanuaryThis year was kicked off with us going to Winter Camp at Gilwell. What an experience this was wet and mud all around but tons of fun. From crate stacking, high ropes, pot holing in a cave bus and driving a...

Author: Jack

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County Patrol

The County Patrol is a group of scouts that not only take part in scouting at a troop but also assist the Kent Scouts Support Team with County activities. This could be helping run an activity or giving feedback on an event. It could be presenting at the Chief Scout Gold celebrations or coming up with badge requirements. We also encourage the County Patrol to take an active role in reporting on what scouts in Kent have been up to at County events.

During 2017 the County Patrol will become the centrepiece of the Kent Scouts Support Team and will have an active role in ensuring the programme for 2018 is entirely youth led. 

If you are a Scout and are interested in joining the County Patrol, please complete the form below and we'll get back to you with more information.

If you are a leader and are interested in promoting the County Patrol to your young people, please complete the form below and we'll get back to you with more information.

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