Scout group’s impressive start to 6,000 mile challenge

THE 1st St John’s Scout Group has made an impressive start to its 6,000 miles in 60 days challenge. Since it began last month, more than £1,200 has been raised by the... Read more »

Cubs work through challenges to win highest award

THREE members of the 1st Knaphill Amstel pack have achieved the highest award available to Cubs. Toby Burman, Lewis Eagle and Finn Dabbs, all aged 10, attained the Chief Scout Silver Award... Read more »

Seventies Scouts all smiles on Remembrance Day

HOW many people do you recognise from this old photo? Taken around 1974, it shows members of 1st Old Woking Scout Group at an annual Remembrance Day service outside the front entrance... Read more »

Scouts get to work on village clear-up

IT WAS a new year and newly cleaned streets and open spaces in Knaphill after members of the village scout group got to work. The 1st Knaphill Scouts were unable to organise... Read more »

Can-do attitude keeps Scouts going

THE 7th Woking Scout Group has responded with enthusiasm and creativity to the challenges of COVID-19. Inspired by forward-thinking and “can do” leadership, an array of ventures has been tackled with gusto... Read more »

Knaphill Scouts make virtual hike to the moon during lockdown

SCOUTING in Knaphill has continued apace despite lockdown.  Although there are no face-to-face meetings, all age groups are taking part in a wide range of activities on a weekly basis, including making... Read more »

Scouts take on Frost Camp

ABOUT 500 Scouts, Explorer Scouts and Guides and Leaders recently attended the Bentley Copse Activity Centre Frost Camp near Guildford. The event, held over the weekend of January 10-12, brought Scouts and... Read more »

Knaphill scouts litter pick village clean

KNAPHILL Scouts kicked off the new year with their annual village litter pick. Beavers, Cubs, Scouts, leaders and parents spent the first weekend of 2020 in the parks and streets of Knaphill... Read more »

Queen’s Scout honours

FIVE members of Woking’s Explorer units have achieved the highest award for a youth member of the Scout Association. The five, aged 17 and 18, recently became Queen’s Scouts, the culmination of... Read more »