About Berkshire Scouts
Even better Scouting for even more Young People
Berkshire Scouts supports Scouting in more than a hundred communities across Berkshire providing fun, challenge and adventure for more than 8,500 young people aged 6 to 25.
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Volunteer Stories: Why We Do It
Our volunteers make Scouting happen. But what makes them volunteer? Well, we've been finding out! We have spoken to some of our existing volu nteers to find out why they got involved, what they enjoy and how they balance it with their other commitments. Hear from them now.
Once again Scouts, Cubs, Guides and Brownies from Sandhurst, Bracknell and Asot are preparing to stage their annual South East Berkshire Gang Show at the Wilde Theatre, South Hill Park from Monday 15 February until Saturday 20 February.
A fantastic family Show, which is full of very talented …
For #YouShape week teo of Resolution E.S.U.\'s oldest Explorers, Jack and Sam, invite members from both SAS Network (Slough) and MAD Ferrets Network (Maidenhead) for a night of Challenges. Not only linking with Network as they are moving on shortly but making links cross District.
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1st Maidenhead Sea Scout Group started the Cub Centenary Year Celebrations with a Boat Naming Competition for the new rowing dinghies.
Young people and adults from 3rd Reading abseiled for 24 hours to raise money for The British Heart Foundation So far they're up to £4,730. Wow!
Swift and Kingfisher Beavers from 1st Woosehill Scout Group got the opportunity to man the pumps during their visit to Wokingham Fire Station. White Watch, led by Marcus Lewis, showed the Beavers around the building and explained how they trained, lived and worked out during their time on watch. …