We have an increasing number of young people wanting to join in the fun and need to recruit people who can regularly offer some of their spare time to support the activities of the different sections:
Beavers - aged 6 - 8 - for fun,
friendship and activities that get you thinking as well as doing.
Cubs - aged 8 - 10 - We've been helping young people have the time of their lives for 100 years. Be part of another century of fun, friendship and as much adventure as you can handle.
Scouts aged 10 - 14 - prepared for anything, canoeing, climbing, surfing, making, sailing, helping, playing, volunteering, abseiling, painting, acting ...whatever you like doing. Scouts make it happen.
You do not need to have the skills that are traditionally associated with Scouting. You just need to be willing to commit to at least one session a month to benefit young people and maybe pass on some of your own skills along the way. There is no requirement to wear a uniform, unless you wish to join the section leadership.
The Scout Movement prides itself in being inclusive and welcomes people from all backgrounds. Maybe you were a Scout when you were younger, maybe you were a leader in the past and are looking to get involved again or just simply looking for a new challenge?
We are also looking to increase our water borne activities, so if you are interested in water sports or are just prepared to give it a try, then please get in touch.
No special skills are required, just an affinity with young people
If you would like to volunteer, but the day is not convenient for you, please still get in touch, as there are many other groups across Basingstoke on different nights that would welcome you.
- Age restrictions
- DBS check required
- Equal Opportunities Policy
- Expenses reimbursed
- Health and Safety Policy
- Ongoing support
- Training provided
- Volunteer induction
- Volunteer Policy
- Volunteers covered by insurance
- Written role description
When can I volunteer?
The Roger Morris Centre