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.
1st Ufton Nervet Cubs spent the evening learning about Diwali. They made lanterns from clay and made Coconut Til Ladoos which were enjoyed by all!
They all had an interesting and fun evening
103rd Oxford Road Scout group attended the very moving Remembrance service in Reading today. All sections attended the church service at St. Mary\'s and Centopath service at Forbury Gardens.
A police van, blue flashing lights and riot gear were all in evidence at the 1st Woosehill Scout Hut one Tuesday and Wednesday evening in October and luckily, although their were plenty of suspicious characters (Beavers) there, no arrests were made! PC Carter and PCSO Baughn, from Thames Valley P…
There was no need to lay on refreshments for Swift and Kingfisher Beavers when volunteers from the Community Apple Press visited the 1st Woosehill Scout Hut this autumn - the youngsters simply pressed their own apples and drank the juice! Mary and Harry Paul set up the press in the Hut grounds an…
The Weather Colony Beavers from Oxford Road Scout Group had their very first camp on the 10th-11th October with the theme of Project Africa and it went down a storm.
They \"flew to Uganda\" by being Aeroplanes, took part in lots of fun and exciting games and activities, cooked and sang around th…