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  • Zac Evans

    Posted: 28 January 2015

    Zacary Evans, the young man who was killed in a machete attack in Gloucester, was a Scout at 41st Gloucester, St George’s Scout Group and was proud to be in the organisation. He had been a Beaver and a Cub and, more recently had wanted to become a leader at the Group. He conducted his life with honour […]

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  • Rodborough Scouts complete the Cotswold Way

    Posted: 6 January 2015

    In late 2013 Rodborough Scouts members decided they would like to challenge themselves to complete the Cotswold Way in 2014 by doing day hikes. On 16th January 2014 we started at Chipping Camden in bright sunshine– with one young leader, 3 scouts, 1 beaver, 2 leaders, 1 sectional assistant, 1 parent and a dog. Through […]

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  • Poppy Badge

    Posted: 16 September 2014

    Have you started working towards the special Poppy Badge? Gloucestershire in conjunction with the Royal British Legion have created some criteria for young people (and adults) to gain the badge in time for the Remembrance season in November. Please find the details for the badge here. Don’t forget to contact the County Office to order your badges

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  • Scouting membership continues to grow in Gloucestershire

    Posted: 2 May 2014

    Scouting numbers have increased in Gloucestershire with more girls, boys and adults seeking out everyday adventure.  The total number of young people and adults who have joined Scouting has risen 1.4 per cent in the past year and membership figures have now reached 6,612.  Scouting continues to grow across the UK where there have been nine years […]

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  • Whiteshill Cubs – Flying For Freedom

    Posted: 5 December 2013

    Twelve months ago Whiteshill Cubs visited the Kemble Flying Club in Cirencester as part of their winter programme. During their visit, the Cubs got to try all of the aircraft and also meet the school’s inspirational flying instructor, Mike Oakley. Mike explained to everyone that he had been asked by The Help for Heroes charity […]

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