5 Oct 2017

WSJ2019: Tegan has set up a Facebook page to track her 24th World Scout Jamboree journey. You can follow her fundraising and preparation over the next 2 years.

Her speedy start has already gained her the Scout Fundraising Activity Badge – well done Tegan!

28 Sep 2017

The selection process for the 24th World Scout Jamboree in North America in 2019 has been taking place in Hampshire over the last few months.
This process concluded with the selection weekend 2 weeks ago where over 300 Scouts and Explorers were tasked with undertaking a number of challenges and activities designed to determine their suitability to attend this huge event which only takes place every four years. The prospective participants found out only yesterday whether their applications were successful.
It is with great pleasure that I can tell you that Tegan Lewis …

22 May 2017

1st Liss Scouts embarked on our second camp of the year with a Patrol Leaders training camp, staying at a lovely little Scout site in South Harting . We had four Patrol Leaders and four APLs  in attendance and they worked as a single patrol rotating leadership over the weekend. Three leaders were on site to support, advise and drink tea as required.
Day 1
This challenging event focused on how to run a camp as a patrol. As such, the Scouts had to assess the site, set up all the tents, camp kitchen, first aid …

12 May 2017

The Scout Group will be supporting the Liss Village Day at Newman Collard playing field 12 – 4.30pm on Saturday May 20th, the Greatham Festival 3.30pm – 9pm Saturday 1st July and the Liss Forest Fun Day 2 – 5pm Monday 28 August.
Beavers, Cubs, Scouts, Explorers and parents, please visit the Fundraising section of the website to sign up for as many sessions as you can to lend a hand with setting up, cooking, serving and clearing away.

16 Oct 2016

Good morning! It is 00:10am Sunday 16th and myself and 3 other scouts are here on the scout link web chat server!
So far we have had people from all over: we have had Japan to Uruguay and lots of places in between!
For that past 1:13:00 mattew has been skypeing with some people from sweeden nonstop. He has shared some excellent singing and explained some games and is currently discussing hobbies.
A tent has been put up outside for any scouts that may be feeling a bit tired but, fingers crossed, we won’t have …

25 Sep 2016

Once again members of the Group have taken part in the County Youth Conference.  This i
s a vitally important part of Scouting within the county.  The work of the County Youth team directly shapes the future of Scouting in Hampshire with this years plans unveiled at the County Leaders AGM later this year.
Scouting has always been a Youth-led movement and initiatives such as #youshape go right to the heart of what we do at al levels of Scouting.

21 Sep 2016

About Pro-badge
Pro Badge is an Activity Badge Training Scheme, which uses the resources of the Solent Scout Training Centre, to the best advantage of the Cub Scouts, Scouts, Explorer Scouts and Scout Leaders. The scheme provides training for badges that require predominantly outdoor Scouting activity or natural resources.
Pro Badge allows Cub Scouts, Scouts, Explorer Scouts and Scouters from different Packs, Troops, Units and Groups to camp, learn, work and play together. The scheme will allow Scouts training opportunities that they would not otherwise have available to them.  Scouts from 1st …

22 May 2016

The first day of expedition camp is over! Expedition camp is weekend of either hiking or cycling, the hikers hike on Saturday and Sunday and return to Ferny Crofts (the ‘base’ camp) on Saturday for the next hike on Sunday. The cycle which is what we took part in is where you cycle for 4 ish hours on Saturday and sleep at Braggers Wood campsite to return on the Sunday after a similar cycle back. Expedition camp is also mainly so scouts can achieve the Expedition Challenge Award.
Over all the …

5 Feb 2016

What makes Scouts different from all the other clubs and activities out there?
Quite simply the Scouts do.  It’s one of our founding principles from when Scouting first started that our Young People have a voice.  With that voice comes responsibility, leadership, integrity and all the other good things we do as Scouts.

It’s not often appreciated that the Scouts set their own programme, rules and standards.  It really is a youth shaped movement.  We have a special name for it.  We call it ‘Youth Shaped’ Scouting.  in todays always on, fast …