COVID-19: All face-to-face Scout meetings, activities and events are currently suspended. This suspension applies to young people and adults, and will be until further notice. Please see our news section for updates on virtual scouting activities.



Volunteer vacancies:

There are many ways you can provide help to us in providing scouting adventures to over 100 people each week. We need help with the hands on roles listed below, but also appreciate help behind the scenes by just giving up as little as an hour or two a month. Help us delivery skills for life.
  • Osprey Beavers assistant leader (Dinton, Thursday) x2
  • Hawks cubs assistant leader (Dinton, Thursday) x2
  • Falcons cubs assistant leader (Long Crendon, Wednesday) x1
  • Ravens scout assistant leader (Long Crendon, Monday) x1
  • Harriers scout assistant leader (Dinton, Thursday) x1

UK Chief Commissioner Tim Kidd said, ‘I’m acutely aware of the importance of the millions of volunteers in the UK who give up their time every single day to help others. With the majority of volunteers saying they feel more motivated, confident and more skilled as a result of the work they do with us, it’s not just those they’re helping who benefit.

Chief Scout Bear Grylls has also expressed his thanks to all of our volunteers, ‘I am so proud that the Scouts continues to see so many young people and adult volunteers signing up to not only have fun and experience adventures but also to learn skills for life.’

Thank you for your dedication to our movement. We would not be where we are today without your hard work and commitment to equipping young people with skills for life.

If you would like to help out with any of the above vacancies, please use the link below to our joining form and fill out the adult volunteer section, thank you.

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