What do Scouts do?

Scouts is where young people make new friends, have amazing adventures, and learn new skills

An Introduction to Scouting

The Scouts is the UK’s largest youth organisation and we believe in preparing young people with skills fo life. We encourage our young people to do more, learn more and be more.

Scouts are do-ers and give-it-a-go-ers. Yes, we go camping, hiking, swimming, abseiling, cycling and canoeing. But we also get to hang out with our friends every week – having fun, playing games, working in a team and taking on new challenges.

Every week, we give almost 1000 young people, aged 6-25 in Wyre the skills they need for school, college, university, the job interview, the important speech, the trick challenge and the big dreams; the skills they need for life.

We’re talking about teamwork, leadership and resilience – skills that have helped Scouts become everything from teachers and social workers to astronauts an Olympians. We believe in bringing people together. We celebrate diversity and stand against intolerance, always. We’re part of a worldwide movement, creating stronger communities and inspiring positive futures.

Join us today to help your child discover their ‘thing’: from abseiling to coding to performance art and everything in between. Find your local group in the Group Finder below, fill out this form and someone will be in touch soon!

Our commitment

In Scouting, our volunteers have a responsibility to make sure that the activities young people do are fun and exciting. We also make sure that they are safe. The Scout Association’s policies, rules, code of behaviour, advice on Child Protection and safety policy are there to ensure our young people stay safe while they enjoy themselves are learn. You can view those policies, here.

Who can be a Scout?

Everyone’s welcome here. All genders, races and backgrounds. Regardless of your child’s physical ability – there’s a Scout adventure out there waiting for them! And we’ll help them find it. Join us today, by clicking, here.