A message from Phil

Today I was honoured to be leading the Scout Group through York for the annual St George’s Day procession and I was immensely proud of all of our Young People who looked amazing and did a fantastic job of representing the Group and Scouting to the crowds watching us parade. Leading our procession today was my[…]

Meet Phil, our lead volunteer

Hi, I’m Phil, the Group Scout Leader (GSL) here at Dringhouses Scout Group. I am the lead volunteer responsible for all of our amazing Beavers, Cubs, Scouts, Explorers and Volunteers across all 10 weekly sections. In this special edition of my blog, you can read all about my Scouting past, and why I value my[…]

Cubs Pack in the Fun!

A great start to 2018 for Cubs. This term has started well: All three Cub packs have been working on parts of the Scientist badge, which has been great fun learning about density and simple chemistry, no Cubs were permanently died with food colouring during these fun experiments!!  We also took part in the Cubs[…]

Beavers Walk for Water

On Saturday 17th March all Dringhouses Beavers are invited to take part in a sponsored river walk as part of the scouting ‘A million hands project’. Scouts are working nationally in partnership with various organisations to support them and take action. This includes the following 4 areas:  Dementia (Alzheimer’s society); Disability (Guide dogs and Leonard Cheshire Disability); Mental Wellbeing (Mind)[…]