The two representatives of the local scouts told club members and guests about the success of the group, and that a waiting list now exists for some sections of the local scouting movement.
The speakers described the activities of the modern movement that includes taking part in activities as diverse as kayaking, abseiling, photography, climbing and zorbing. As a Scout you can learn survival skills, first aid, computer programming and a range of other activities and skills.
The local group have uniquely spent a night at The Deep Aquarium in Hull, and still maintain the tradition of camping and camp fires.
There’s something for every young person. It’s a great way to have fun, make friends, get outdoors, express your creativity and experience the wider world.
President Margaret Scott thanked Keith and Tim for coming along to and giving such a positive presentation on the Scouting Movement. Margaret went on to say “it is far better that our youngsters learn the value of friendship, assistance and exercise than get into bother hanging out on street corners”.
Other links: The Scout Association