Scouts are the third section of the Scouting movement. An increase in adult volunteers means that more and more young people are now able to take part in their own big adventure.
What is the age range for Scouts?
The core age range for the Scout Section is from 10.5-14 and the Scout Section programme is designed to be delivered to this age group.
There are a whole range of interesting and exciting activities and programmes that are running in the Scout Troops, Groups, Districts and County. Here you will find activities that are available to Scouts in the County.
In addition to the above there are Adventurous Activities such as Kayaking, Mountaineering and Climbing/Abseiling. For more information please check out the ACC(Activities) webpage.
All of our activities are based on the principle that we need to provide activities that develop young people and offer excitement but not danger, adventure but not hazard.
* – Local District competitions are run to determine who or which teams represent the District at a County Level. Please contact your District’s ADC (Scouts) or District Scout Leader for more details.
It is the role of the ADC(Scouts), County Scout Leaders and ACC(Scouts) as a team to support the Districts in the delivery of premium activities and programmes within the County and promote Scouting to the community.
Our aim is to encourage participation in and provide a balance of activities
Our objectives are to ensure these activities are
County | Amelia Connolly (ACC Scouts)
County | Kris Hennegan, Dale Reynolds, Oliver Reynolds (County Scout Leaders)
Sutton Coldfield East | Doug Lea (ADC Scouts) & Brian Stacey (District Scout Leader)
Sutton Coldfield West | Richard Drew (ADC Scouts)
Tame Valley | Keiran Hune
Rea Valley | Steve Prescott (ADC Scouts), Louise Prescott ( District Scout Leader)
Cole Valley South | Luke Thompson (ADC Scouts)
Spitfire | Jess Nolan (ADC Scouts)