Registration for 2019-20 Session

Registration for the new session will take place during week commencing 26 August.

Parents should have received a letter from their child’s Section Leader confirming the date on which they should attend and giving further details.

Please remember that you need to bring the following:

  • A completed Parental Support form.
  • A completed Medical form.
  • A pre-written cheque (if paying the subscription by cheque).
  • The correct change (if paying the subscription by cash).
  • Cash to pay for items of uniform (if appropriate).

Please complete the forms at home, in advance, so that you can check dates and other details etc  when completing them and speed through registration on the night.

We look forward to seeing you at your child’s registration night.

Centenary Club Winners

May 2019
Monthly £50 Draw Winner  –  No. 224  –  Arnold Smullen
June 2019
Biannual Star Prize of £200 – No.253 – J D Millar
Monthly £50 Draw Winner – No.149 – Ian Aithie
Congratulations – your prize is on its way

Beaver Camp 2019

Last year, we ran our first Beaver Sleepover in the scout hall – it was a great success and we received a lot of positive feedback from parents and Beavers!

However, this year, for the first time at the 28th, we’ll not only be giving our Beavers the experience of going somewhere new overnight, but we’ll also be providing the opportunity to sleep under canvas.

Beaver Camp 2019
May 25
th – 26th
Auchengillan Outdoor Centre

Information Evening Powerpoint

Watch Beaver Camp Video (Facebook)

Information Evening Summary

Our Beaver sleepover last year was a great success however we did have the challenge of trying to fit 40 Beavers (and some of their bedrooms!) in the hall on a cold January night so we couldn’t get outside either!

This year, at Auchengillan, we’ll be based at the Kyle Cabin (no.4 on the map below) and will have ample space for all of the Beavers, Leaders & equipment.

Whilst the cabin has enough space to accommodate everyone, we’ll be encouraging the Beavers to spend the night under canvas.
We’re currently in the process of sourcing the tents & are planning for roughly 4 Beavers per tent.

The Beavers will arrive for 10am on the Saturday and after a tour of our site, we’ll be starting our Top Secret Hike, completing a number of activities throughout the day in order to save Bertie Beaver!
On Sunday morning, site will be packed up and Beavers will be picked up at 10am.
If the camp video didn’t give it away already, camp will have a spy theme and during the weeks leading up to camp, the Beavers will be focusing on skills including First Aid, Communication, Navigation, and of course, Espionage.

Kit List
A kit list is provided on the information sheet.
If you’re going out to buy new equipment, it’s always worth mentioning it’s for a scout camp as many outdoor shops offer a discount!

If you’re struggling to find the kit you need, please get in touch and we’ll help you out, we don’t want equipment to get in the way of camp!

– Involve your son/daughter when packing so they know where everything is
– Clearly label all items
– Use a rucksack or sports bag that they can fit on their back

We’ll be providing Saturday dinner, supper and Sunday breakfast however we ask that Beavers bring a packed lunch for the Saturday.

Joining Instructions
The camp fee is £20 (subsidised by the Scout Group and Beaver Sections)

Please return the consent form and camp fee to your section leader by week beginning 22nd April.

During May 24th – 26th the emergency contact number is 07388253743.
This number should only be used in emergencies during this event.

If you have any questions before camp, the best thing to do is contact your section leader or the team at

Mystery Trip Photos

wmo-mystery-trip-front-blur-for-websiteOur Explorer Unit joined two other local units in February 2016  for a trip to Copenhagen, Denmark.

Their destination was kept a closely-held secret from the announcement about the trip in August 2015 until around 44 Explorers met at Edinburgh airport on the day of  departure.

Check out the 28th Giffnock ESU and Warrior ESU Facebook pages for some great photos from this memorable trip!

Where should I stitch new badges on my son or daughter’s shirt?

Glad you asked!  Please don’t guess; you may be asked to move badges that are out of position.2015cu-as-ath

Here are the official badge placement diagrams from The Scout Association.

Badge placement diagram for Beavers
Badge placement diagram for Cub Scouts
Badge placement diagram for Scouts
Badge placement diagram for Explorer Scouts

If in doubt, ask your section leader or a Scouter.