2022 Event Programme

After the success of our 2021 events we are now looking forward to our 2022 Programme, a series of events for all sections which will be fun, activity-based sessions. More information on each of these will be available soon, however click on your section below to find out what is already planned. This content will be updated regularly.

Our new 2022 programme for all sections is now published - some key events on the calendar for every section to take part in. Keep looking back for more dates to be added on...

Check back for more information on our 2022 event programme.

County Cub Chess Tournament
This will take place on Saturday 2nd April 2022.
The event is to be held at the 31st Sutton Coldfield West Scout HQ, Aldridge Road, Streetly, B74 2DX.
More info and to book please contact Brian Harvey email bphimself46@gmail.com

BrumCub Challenge
Returning this year as a face to face event it will be held on the 17th and 18th September
More details to be announced soon .....keep checking the page....

Six Summit Challenge

35 miles - 3 days - 2 campsites
Saturday 3rd April - Monday 2nd May
Book now: Six Summit bookings


This popular event returns for its 15th Birthday year.
To be held on the weekend of 7th-9th October......more details to be announced

Six Summit Challenge

35 miles - 3 days - 2 campsites
Saturday 3rd April - Monday 2nd May
Book now: Six Summit bookings


A partnership between Birmingham Scouts and Girl Guiding working with the Jo Cox Foundation. The County Commissioners for both Birmingham Scouts and Guides have agreed that the More in Common badge can be worn on the uniform and will be provided free of charge to members who have completed the requirements. This results from a generous donation in memory of the late Jean Rookes, who worked jointly for many years, with Peter, in working for a friendlier, more compassionate society.

How to gain the badge

To gain the badge, members should complete activities from the list below.

  • Hedgehogs, Beavers and Rainbows complete 2 activities
  • Cubs and Brownies complete 3 activities
  • Scouts and Guides complete 4 activities
  • Explorers and Rangers complete 5 activities

More information including the badge activities


Shirehike is a walking festival hosted by Hereford & Worcester Scouts, running from 1st October 2021 to March 27th 2022. We will be joining neighbouring counties Gloucestershire Scouts, Shropshire Scouts and Coventry Scouts in this walking festival.

This event will be open to all members in the participating counties and entry is free of charge.

Registrations will need to be completed by each young person or their parent/carer. Walks will all be within the participating counties and range in length from 3 to 10 miles miles. Once you have registered you will be able to view and download maps for all the routes.

Shirehike website

Here in Birmingham we have also created a page for you to submit new hikes to be considered - simply complete the form and ensure that your hike follows the guidance.

Routes | Submit new hikes

The most important thing is that you spread the word to your section members so that as many people can take part as possible. Please get in touch with us if you feel you can help in any way with our 2022 Programme.

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