Do 1st Liss have a waiting list to join?
Unfortunately from time to time, we do have to run waiting lists for our sections.
Joining and Waiting Lists
As much as we would like to take all children as soon as they are interested in joining a section, we only have a limited supply of leaders and have to set safe limits on the number attending meetings. From time to time, all of the Sections run joining lists for new members of the group. This page will be updated whenever there is a change in the waiting time and at least every 3 months with the state of our joining list.
Even if the section you are interested in has a waiting list please contact the section to express an interest and have your child added to a list, the section leader will be able to give you an estimate of when a place will become available.
|Beaver (6-7)||4 places in Sep 22, 4 before Easter 23|
|Cubs (8-10½)||About 6 Months|
|Scouts (10½-14)||About 6 Months|
Joining Explorers and Network
Explorer (14-18) and Network (18-25) are organised by the District with meetings in Liphook and Sheet. Please use the membership enquiry page and we can put you in touch with the appropriate contact in the District.
Duke of Edinburgh Volunteers
We are always happy to accept DofE volunteers to help at our meetings. You do not need to be a member of the Scout Association while you carry out your voluntary service with us. Please used the Join us contact form and send it to the section you want to help with.
I’m an adult and interested in becoming involved in Scouting
Regrettable a question that is not asked as frequently as we would like. However, we are always on the lookout for new adults and helpers for all our sections so there is never a waiting list. Whether you want to take up a uniformed role or help out on an occasional basis in a none uniform role you will be most welcome. Please contact the Group Scout Leader using the contact page. Don’t worry, we don’t throw you in at the deep end straight away and the Scout Association has a comprehensive training programme to develop you in the role you choose particularly if you want to work directly with our scouts. Have a look at our Adults in Scouting page for more information or have a look at the national adult recruitment site.