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Welcome to our modern progressive and fully inclusive Scout Group – Hale Scouts

(2nd Farnham Scout Group)


The experiences your daughter or son has as a Scout are likely to stay with them for the rest of their lives, and you'll be able to play a big part in your child’s involvement through both practical support and encouragement.


It’s not just a young person who benefits from taking part in Scouting; parents and carers can also reap the rewards.


In an independent UK survey of over 2,000 parents of Scouts, nine out of ten parents said Scouting is worthwhile and nine in ten said their children find Scouting enjoyable.


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As your child progresses through Scouts you should be able to see signs of the impact their Scouting adventure has on them.


Parents tell us Scouting gives their children more confidence, responsibility and a broader set of friends. 

Scouting can help develop your child’s social skills and encourage self-sufficiency, and gives them access to activities and opportunities that may have been otherwise unavailable to them.


A huge number of parents agreed that since their child joined Scouting family life has become easier and they were ‘nicer children to live with’.


The great thing about scouting is it offers equally great opportunities for adults as children.  The troops are run entirely by volunteers, parents helpers, leaders and committee members who just want to get involved and create inspiring opportunities for kids.


This is your chance to get invlolved, get intouch with our Group Scout  Leader to find out more.




We are a friendly active group which meet  in a great hut on the green in Hale. We have a Beaver Colony, Cub pack, Scout troop and a new Explorer group.


All children from the Hale area are welcome.  We have an all inclusive policy which includes funds to help support though our Hazel Moseley Fund


Click here to download application form

Note from the Chair...


All scout groups are run entirely by volunteers, there is no outside support.  Each group is funded entirely by the subs and the fundraising that happens.


When your child joins the group there is an understanding that all parents support the group in any way they can,  helping out at fundraising events, supplying cakes, offering help occasionally at meetings, on walks or similar.  If you wish there is opportunities to get more involved by putting on a uniform or joining the committee.

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