How to Volunteer
We always need more volunteer helpers and leaders in the Beaver, Cub and Scout sections, or indeed on the executive committee which helps to arrange fundraising and maintain the administration of the group.
If you are able to offer a little of your time please do speak to one of the Beaver, Cub, Scout leaders, or contact the Group Scout Leader (see links below).
- Group Scout Leader – Jonathan Staite – Click here for Enquiries
- Beaver Section Leader – Emma Colley – Click here for Enquiries
- Cub Section Leader – Steve Ward – Click here for Enquiries
- Scout Section Leader – Colin Manning – Click here for Enquiries
Helpers & Leaders
Scouting is growing in popularity, with increasing numbers of girls and boys joining the adventure. To support this we need adult volunteers to allow more young people to experience the challenge and adventure of Scouting. We are grateful for the time and skills they give without which we could not put on such an excellent programme.
What can scouting do for you?
Our adult volunteers get just as much from Scouting as the young people. As well as helping young people to enjoy the adventure of Scouting, you also get the opportunity to try a whole range of activities and new experiences. We can help you develop your current skills and learn new ones.
Volunteering in Scouting can enhance your CV or simply allow you to pursue your interest in a specific hobby.
You don’t need to have had previous experience in Scouting, just energy and enthusiasm as all of our adult volunteers receive ongoing training and support.
What can you do for scouting?
There are many ways in which you can give your time to help Scouting whatever your gender, age, abilities and skills. Most of our volunteers have full-time jobs and help out on a flexible basis, around their other commitments.
Whether you can spare two hours a week or an occasional few hours every now and then, we need you.
Simply let us know your availability or how you would like to help and we will match this to roles within the group.