1974 Summer Camp in Gouda

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2005 Indoor Winter Camp at Woodhouse Park

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2019 Air Activities County Camp

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Our Scout Troop take boys and girls from the age of 10 ½ to 14. The Scouts meet on Friday evenings, 7pm - 8.30pm, Weekly Subs are £2.  Their uniform is a Teal coloured shirt, navy trousers and our Group Kneckerchief.


What don’t Scouts do? At this age, we encourage girls and boys to take responsibility for themselves and each other, with older members leading a small team. They like being with friends and participating fully in the adventure of life. In the Troop Scouts: 


Develop leadership skills

Learn emergency aid

Spend nights away - the summer camp is often the highlight of the year

Help others in the community

Cook, both at home and at camp

Adventurous and sporting activities - anything from abseiling to zorbing

Learn survival skills


At the beginning of November the Scouts went on their annual indoor winter weekend camp, this year they stayed at Trac.  In September five of the Scouts went on the County Air Activities Weekend, during the camp they had a 20 minute flight in a light aircraft, the Scouts also had a trip to Drayton Manor Theme Park.  During August the Scouts went on their annual week long Summer Camp, this year they camped at Butchers Coppice Scout Camp Site in Bournemouth.  During the camp they visited Brownsea Island which is where the first Scout camp was held, they also went to Bournemouth Air Museum, had a go at abseiling and tomahawk throwing, a day on the beach and finished the week watching fireworks on the beach in Bournemouth.  In June all sections joined together for a weekend Group camp at Trac, where they enjoyed plenty of games, rafting, paddle boats, zip wire, pedal karts, tyre swing and camp fire, the Scouts finished off June with an evening kayaking on the Gloucester and Sharpness Canal.  During May the Scouts are having an evening of Archery.  In April the Scouts organised an Easter Egg Hunt and wide game for the whole Group on Robinswood Hill, they took part in Gloucester Districts St. Georges Day Parade.  During March the Scouts helped clearing Highnam Woods to help the wildlife. 


You can find out more information about the Scouts badges on the National Scout Website, you will find the link for this on our Useful Links page.  Below you will find a diagram showing you wear the Scout Badges and Awards are positioned on the uniform.


If you are interested in joining our Scout Troop please email 46thgloucester@gmail.com for more information.  Come and join the Fun