Uniformed Organisations (Scouts and Guides)


The purpose of the organisations is to promote the spiritual, physical and mental development of each member based on the Scout/Guide Law and Promise, which is made in accordance with the age and understanding of the different units.

The meetings of the units are designed to assist each member to achieve their potential in a variety of activities towards a series of Awards and Badges. Outdoor activities such as camping, cooking, hiking canoeing, etc. play a vital part of this process. We aim to make this process fun, as well as a learning experience.

You can help by becoming leaders or assistant leaders in the training units, or by joining our Supporters Association, which raises the necessary funds for the unit’s activities.
The units’ Headquarters are at St John Fisher Church and their meeting times are as follows:

Beavers (Boys & girls, age 6-8 yrs.)
Tues 4.30pm - 5.45pm

Cub Scouts (Boys & girls, age 8 –10 yrs.)
Tues 6.00 - 7.30 pm

Scouts (Boys & girls, age 10 - 14 yrs.)
Tues 7.45 - 9.15 pm

Rainbows (Girls, aged 5 - 7 yrs)

Thurs 4.30pm-6.30pm
with
Brownies (Girls, age 7 - 10 yrs.)
Thurs 5.30 - 6.45 pm

Guides (Girls, age 10 - 15 yrs.)
Thurs 7.00 - 8.30 pm .

For further details see the website at http://www.staugustinesscoutsandguides.org.uk/