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  • We have some exciting opportunities in our district which support leaders and enable young people to engage in activities. For more details on these exciting opportunities, why not visit the […]

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  • What a year it has been for us all both inside and outside of Scouting, however everyone has continued to deliver a positive and fantastic experience to all our Young […]

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  • Looking forward to 2022 As we race towards the end of 2021, it is a good time to reflect on the how Scouting has prospered this year in Southern Europe […]

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  • 1st Bougival welcomed Jim and Pete, two Chelsea Pensioners, for Remembrance Day this year. Alongside our friends from 1st Maisons-Laffitte and the Paris Explorers, our Beavers, Cubs and Scouts were […]

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  • Back to Scouting This is my first blog as District Commissioner (DC) of a fantastic District with amazing leaders, volunteers and young people.  I was appointed DC at the beginning […]

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  • The ancient art of shadow puppetry has long been enjoyed by Scouts. We explore its origins and suggest shapes young people can create using only light and imagination

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  • Ray and Edna met in Scouts and lived their lives through Scout values. It seems only fitting to see their dedication to the Scouts family commemorated at Gilwell Park.

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  • Have you shared an article, or told a friend a story, without double-checking the facts? If so, you could be responsible for spreading fake news. We find out how to spot it, and what can be done about it

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  • Throughout WWII, Scouts made herbal remedies for the injured. Today, we can honour their legacy by putting our own green fingers to good use

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  • Mark World Earth Day by building a little hotel for our smaller legged friends.

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  • Chief Commissioner, Tim Kidd, challenged Team UK to come up with ideas on how we can foster a culture of positivity and respect, helping us wear our values on our sleeves

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  • With street art possibly at its most popular in history, introduce young people to a different culture of art from the usual paint on canvas.

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  • A big part of being a Scout is working together to make a better world. One of the ways adults do this is by participating in democracy. This activity teaches young people about the importance of voting and debating.

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  • Mark world water day by exploring access to water with this simple game for young people.

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  • Celebrate the lungs of our planet by taking part in a forest amnesty during this years International Day of Forests.

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  • As Scouts, we try to enjoy nature’s splendour every day that we interact with it. Some of us are keen birdwatchers, others can tell an oak tree from a weeping willow, however all of us can see that nature is beautiful. For Pi Day, we try to break down …

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  • New YouGov research has revealed that better listening is the key to happiness and productivity at home, work, and in wider society. Significantly, it has also revealed that more than 9 out of 10 UK adults believe Scouts helps young people to develop t…

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  • Now that technology has become more accessible and intuitive, introducing young people early in their development can be really beneficial. Building this robot teaches young people about multiple aspects of robotics.

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