Cub Leaders Workshop

WILTSHIRE COUNTY CUB SCOUT LEADERS WORKSHOP on Saturday 12 th October 2019 at the Wiltshire Scout Centre, Potterne Wick Times 9.00am for 9.30am start till 5pm Bases on offer:  Camp fire  Tent pitching  Foraging  Woggles  Paracord bracelets  Knots  Pioneering  Fire lighting  Backwoods cooking  Youth forums

Invite to Wiltshire West District Skills Day

A District Skills Day will be held at Jubilee Wood on Sunday 19th May 2019, running from 10.0am to 4.00pm.To take part would leaders please enter by applying via e-mail to dave.haslett@wiltshirescouts.org.ukasap (just so we know approximate numbers attending).Your email needs to state whether you wish to attend the bases for the day or if you

New E-Learning Modules

Volunteers now have access to three National Autistic Society eLearning modules:  Understanding Autism Autism, Sport and Physical Activity  Autism, Stress and Anxiety Please help promote them and support volunteers by recording this training. These modules are optional and no validation is required, but a certificate can be generated and sent to a training adviser, training admin

DCs Blog – 23 March 2019

Thank you for everyone who helped get the annual census returns completed and in on time – a great effort and the numbers show we are making a difference to 990 young people’s lives across the District (+4% on 2018) with a total membership including network and adults of 1,364 in the District.  Thank you

DC’s blog – 6 Feb 2019

An update on topical matters, including: Annual census International Service Team applications Changes to adult appointment process Appeal for appointments panel members Considering District campsite and/or HQ Reminder about District minibus Other volunteering opportunities Annual census A week into February, progress with completing the Scout Association’s annual census is going well.  It’s always a challenging

Loads of Training on offer.

There are loads of opportunities for Training coming up in February & March. If you are working towards your Wood Badge and need to complete training then please do check out the County Training & District Training As a leader working towards your Wood Badge you should complete this within 3 years of your start

‘Put your phone down and what are you left with? Just teamwork, courage and the skills to succeed.’
Bear Grylls, Chief Scout