The Stratford-upon-Avon District is made up of 8 Scout Groups, 3 Explorer Units and Network. It has 570 young people and 195 Leaders and Young actively involved in Scouting ranging from 6-25 years old.
Stratford-upon-Avon District Scouts cover an area from Pillerton, Shipston, Tiddington & Stratford. It is hoped to open a Scout Group in Bishopston and Long Marston (Meon) in the near future. We will be looking for new Chairman, GSL and :LeadersWant to be involved?
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The Chief Scout provides inspirational leadership to the Scout Movement in the UK. The public face of Scouting, the Chief Scout ensures that we reach as wide an audience as possible.
Chief Scouts are appointed for a five-year tenure.
Bear Grylls was the UK’s youngest Chief Scout when he was appointed aged 34.
As an ex-Special Forces soldier, he is not only known around the world as the host of hit survival TV series, he is also an inspirational speaker, bestselling author and a fervent supporter of young people experiencing adventure for themselves.
‘I feel so honoured to be offered this position, and have always held such admiration for Scouts and all they do around the world. 'The Scouting Movement is a massive force for good, touching many, many young lives. Above all, it gives millions of kids the chance to live and learn about the wild and to experience real adventure.’