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For kids aged 6-8yrs - Beavers runs on Mondays during term time. We play games, do crafts, singing, visits and plenty of outdoor activities including camps and sleepovers. It may be the first time they spend a night away from home - a real adventure for them!

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For kids aged 8-10½ yrs, Cubs also runs Monday evenings. Kids take part in a range of interesting and challenging activities. Camps and activity days are often some of the most memorable events of the year for Cubs.

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Aged from 10-14 yrs, our Scouts meet on Tuesday evenings through term. We go camping, sailing, climbing, hiking, cycling, gaming, rafting, swimming, caving, gorge-walking, kayaking, slack-lining, jamboreeing, international expeditions and more ...

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Explorers is for kids aged over 14 yrs and Network continues the journey for young adults aged 18-25 yrs. These sections are organised at District level .. find out more here.Network logo

How to Join

 Please send an email to our Group Scout Leader at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or complete our contact form with your child's:

  • Name 
  • Date of Birth and your
  • Address,
  • Telephone and
  • Email contact details.

Beavers and Cubs are very in demand and we operate a waiting list for those sections.  We give priority to local kids in Bridge of Allan, Cornton and Causewayhead, or attending a local school (BoA PS, Beaconhurst or Wallace).  We also prioritise existing Scout Members moving into the area and our own members' siblings.  For this reason we cannot provide specific dates for when your child may start nor guarantee a placement.  If your child becomes too old to join Beavers we will automatically move the waiting list entry to Cubs.

Anyone interested in joining Scouts should just drop us a note of the same information.

Anyone interested in joining Explorer Scouts should get in touch with their local Explorer Scout Unit (see here).

If you have an interest in helping out with one of our sections then we also give priority placements to the children of our volunteers.