Hutton Cranswick Scouts
As Scouts, we believe in preparing young people with skills for life.
We encourage our young people to do more, learn more and be more. We question and listen and form wide open minds. We take a deep breath and speak up. We get back up and try again. We think about what’s next, and plan for it. We jump in, get muddy, give back and get set. More often than not, real adventure starts small and thinks big. It happens slowly but surely. Step by step and brick by brick.
Whether you can spare an hour a month or a day a year, we have lots of opportunities both behind the scenes and directly supporting young people. With full support and award winning training, you can volunteer on a flexible basis. Not only is it incredibly rewarding and great fun, you’ll learn some brilliant skills transferable to the workplace too. We welcome volunteers from every community and background. You don’t need to have been a Scout. You just need to believe in a more positive future and the difference we can make together.
Scouts are do-ers......and give-it-a-go-ers
Playing your part starts in our scout hut: Contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Hutton Cranswick Scout group loves being part of the community, helping in various projects around the village, learning new skills as we go.
You may have seen us playing on The Green, Hiking, Cycling, Running the Christmas lights switch on, helping at the Village Show, Erecting tents for the Ryedale special families cycle event, painting planters for Village in Bloom, attending the Remembrance service, or you may have seen us further afield camping or having fun.
Sounds fun? Worthwhile? It is.
To find out more and register your interest please visit scouts.org.uk/join
September 2020 Bulletin Quiz
If you have been reading the September 2020 of The Bulletin you may be wondering where to find the answers to the quiz? If you have made it this far then you're at the correct place!
Answers to Scout Quiz in September 2020 issue of The Bulletin
- Amazon and the Nile
- A pen
- Red, blue and yellow
- Winston Churchill
- Scotland and Wales
- Leonardo da Vinci
- St. George
- A Bear
- A rat cooking