Adult Vacancies

Adults can take a number of roles within the Group - and they don't all involve wearing uniform and turning up every week. See below how you may be able to help us:

Assistant Beaver Leader

Support the operation of the Beaver Section; in particular, the planning and delivery of the Programme to the Beaver Section (6 to 8 years), with the help of other Assistant Beaver Leaders.

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Assistant Cub Leader

Support the operation of the Cub Scout Section; in particular, the planning and delivery of the Programme to the Cub Section (8 to 10.5 years), with the help of other Assistant Cub Leaders.

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Assistant Scout Leader

Support the operation of the Scout Section; in particular, the planning and delivery of the  Programme to the Cub Section (10.5 to 14.5 years), with the help of other Assistant Scout Leaders.

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Fundraising & Events Team

Can you organise fundraising events that inspire the whole family?

Yes?

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Media & Communication Team

To give parents and the wider community a better understanding of what Scouting provides to local young people and to keep people informed of opportunities to support the Scout Group.

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Occasional Helper

An occasional helper normally helps out on trips, with activities and sometimes at meetings, but only when they are available and have the time to spare. Occasional helpers do not have to have children within the scout section- anyone is welcome to volunteer their time.

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