Think You Know About Scouting?
While you’re at it! The No-Nonsense Guide”
- Learn new skills, make new friends and enjoy a social life with a purpose
- working directly with young people
- supporting or managing other volunteers
- providing specialist support, such as fundraising, training or media relations
- managing events
- administration such as secretary, treasurer and essential jobs such as grounds and building maintenance
No matter what you are interested in or what skills you wish to develop there is a role for you! Get involved
Your time your choice. Volunteering for Scouting gives you the chance to try different activities, visit new places and learn & share new skills
You can decide how much or how little time you wish to give and how you spend that time. It could be an evening a week or one weekend a year
You can make a difference!
In doing so you will be making a positive difference to the lives of young people. From archery to canoeing, camping to drama, young people get the opportunity to try new things, explore their talents, develop their values and beliefs and make the most out of life.
Current 3hg Vacancies
100 Club Administrator
Once a month 3HG hold a 100 Club draw. If you feel you can help our fundraising efforts by managing the collection and recording of contributions.
Please contact email@example.com for administrative roles.
Our active troop for 10½ – 14 year olds needs additional enthusiastic Assistant Scout Leaders who are keen on outdoor activities. Full training will be available for this and all roles.
The leaders of Carrwood our Monday Beaver Colony (6-8yrs) would appreciate some extra help with delivering a balanced programme for their members. This could involve becoming an Assistant Beaver Scout Leader or helping with a particular craft or skill evening.
Both Beaver Colonies are full with waiting lists and with more Beaver Leaders we would really like to open another colony!
Please contact the Group Scout Leader for Leader and Helper roles.
Scouting’s Safe and Sound Policy