About Scouting | Cheshire Scouts

Cheshire is one of the largest Scout Counties in the UK with a total membership of over 13,000 and growing.

Scouting in the UK provides adventurous activities and personal development opportunities for half a million young people (including 60,000 girls). Internationally over 28 million young people and 4 million adult volunteers enjoy the benefits of Scouting across 216 countries.

Personal development means promoting the physical, intellectual, social and spiritual well-being of the individual, helping them achieve their full potential. In Scouting, we believe that young people develop most when they are 'learning by doing,' when they are given responsibility, work in teams, take acceptable risks and think for themselves.

Officials

Patron
Her Majesty the Queen
Founder
Robert Baden-Powell
Chief Scout
Bear Grylls
County Commissioner
Graham Phillips DL
President
Sir William Bromley-Davenport

Vice Presidents
Peter Ellis, Ron Falkes, Vernon Henry, Frank Hough, Eddie Johnson, Margaret Johnson, April Nicholas, Margaret Oliver, Ray Salisbury J.P., Geoff Taylor, Steve Wilkinson, and Sir Nicholas Winterton.

 

Think You Know Scouting? Think Again.

If you still think Scouting is just about boys, tents and woggles, then take a look at this video,  click here - you might just change your mind. With over 200 activities on offer, Scouting offers everyday adventure to young people and adult volunteers.

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