Barrow Green Troop meets on Monday evenings 1915-2100 – leaders: Pete Record, Tony Pearson, Austin Copp, Arthur Miller
Chalkpit Troop meets Thursday evenings 1915-2100 -leaders: Ron Bochard, Lee Beech, Frankie Butler
Other leaders: Matt Stone, Richard Moore
Both Scout Troops are currently completely full; there are over 65 Scouts across the two Troops. We have to admit existing Cubs first, and even after that there is a long list of young people who want to join in the future.
The only way you can guarantee that your youngster will get in, is to become a Scouter yourself for a number of years, or other offer of assistance involving a reasonably serious level of commitment.
Parental willingness to undergo a DBS check, and being willing and able to assist on an ad hoc or rota basis around once per term does not count: that is the least we expect and is a minimum condition of membership.
The two Troops have broadly similar programmes, and their residential activities and camps are held in common – both Troops go to camp together.Several siblings go to different nights, and nearly all the Scouts know one another through school in any case.
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The Scout Troop is the third section in the scouting family, and is typically seen as the original section. Young people can join The Scout Troop between 10 -14.5 years old.