Meets in: The Scout Hut, off New Liston Road, Kirkliston (adjacent to Breast Mill House) contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Beavers Wednesdays 18:30
Cubs Tuesdays 18:30
Scouts Fridays 18:30
Meets in: East Craigs Church Centre, Bughtlin Market EH12 8XP contact email@example.com
Beavers Mondays 18:30
Cubs Mondays 18:45
Scouts Mondays 19:30
Meets in: Blackhall St Columba’s Parish Church contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Beavers Mondays 18:15 & Fridays 18:00
Cubs Mondays 18:30 & Fridays 18:00
Scouts Fridays 19:30
Explorers Mondays 20:00
Meets in: Craigsbank Parish Church contact email@example.com
Beavers Fridays 18:15
Cubs Fridays 18:00
Scouts Fridays 19:45
Meets in: Scout Hall, 233 Corstorphine Road, Edinburgh (Next to the Forestry Commission & Barnardos Scotland.) contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Beavers Mondays 18:00
Cubs Mondays 19:00
Scouts Fridays 19:30
Meets in: St Andrew’s (Clermiston) Church contact email@example.com
Beavers Mondays 18:15
Cubs Mondays 18:30
Scouts Mondays 19:00
Beavers Tuesdays 18:15** & Fridays 18:15*
Cubs Tuesdays 18:00*** & Fridays 18:00*
Scouts Fridays 19:30*
Explorers Mondays 19:30**
Meets in: St Ninians Church, St Ninians Road, EH12 8AW contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Beavers Fridays 18:00
Cubs Fridays 18:00
Scouts Fridays 19:45
Meets in: The Scout Hall, 54 Saughton Crescent, EH12 5SP contact email@example.com
Beavers Wednesday 18:15
Cubs Friday 18:15
Scouts Friday 19:45
Meet anywhere and anytime! No fixed abode. Currently no website – although there is an open page which can be searched for on Facebook. join
Meets: Somewhere in Corstorphine any time any place, well maybe if we are not too busy or too tired (it’s an age thing with us SAS’s !!).xxx join
Meets: John Liddle Scout Hall, 81 Broomhall Avenue 1st Sunday of every month 19:00 join
Douglas Brown ESU
(Black/White) Corstorphine Old Parish Church Hall, Corstorphine High Street, Edinburgh, EH12 7HD Fridays 19:30 – 21.30 Explorer Scout Leader: Steven McIntyre
South Queensferry ESU
(Green/Yellow border) Nelson Hall, Port Edgar, EH30 9SQ Fridays 19:00 -21.30 Explorer Scout Leader: Mike Sullivan Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
(Mackenzie Tartan) Cramond Kirk Hall, Cramond, EH4 6NS Mondays 19:15 – 21:15 Explorer Scout Leader: Douglas Black
Granton Explorer Unit SPACES
(Blue) Scout Hut, 81 Boswall Parkway EH5 2PW Mondays 19:30 – 21:30 Explorer Scout Leader: Stuart Young
Graeme Allen ESU
(Green/Red border) John Liddle Scout Hall, 81 Broomhall Ave, EH12 7NW Fridays
19:30 – 21.30 Explorer Scout Leader: Ross
Pink Panthers ESU
(Black/Pink Border) St Columba’s Church Hall, Hillhouse Rd., Blackhall, EH4 3QR Mondays
19.45 to 21.30 Explorer Scout Leader: Graham Scrimgeour
Craigalmond Young Leader ESU 71st Craigalmond Scout Group Hall, 233 Corstorphine Road Eh12 7AR Sunday
( monthly- schedule on FB site)
19:00 – 21:00 Explorer Scout Leader: Archie Johnston
If you think Scouting’s just about knots, woggles and big shorts, then be prepared to be surprised. It’s how Richard Branson, Barack Obama and David Beckham got their start in life and you can benefit too.
There are 400,000 young people in Scouting, spread across five sections: Beaver Scouts, Cub Scouts, Scouts, Explorer Scouts and the Scout Network. Each section has its own balanced programme of activities, badges and awards.
Beaver Scouts are our youngest members. They usually meet weekly to take part in a wide range of activities including games, crafts, singing, visits and good turns, along with plenty of outdoor activities.
They will also have the opportunity to take part in the fun and excitement of camps and sleepovers. It may be the first time they spend a night away from home so it’s a real adventure for them.
A Cub Scout Pack can have up to 36 Cub Scouts and is split into smaller groups called Sixes. Cubs take part in a wide range of activities designed to be interesting and challenging. A Cub Scout meeting consists of games and activities with plenty of time spent outdoors.
Camps and holidays are some of the most memorable events of the year for Cubs.
Each Scout Troop consists of small units of six to eight Scouts called a Patrol, usually led by a Patrol Leader. Outdoor activities feature prominently, with the highlight being camping. Throughout the year, Scouts learn various skills, such as map reading, camp cooking and first aid in preparation for camp.
Rock climbing, potholing, gliding, photography and international experiences are just some of the things they get up to.
Explorer Scouts (14–18)
Explorers are encouraged to lead themselves in deciding the programme
and direction of the Unit, with support and guidance from leaders. The section also includes the Young Leaders’ Scheme, where young people are able to take on a leadership role in one of the younger sections.
There is wider scope for activities like offshore sailing, campaigning, performing, parascending, mountaineering and expeditions.
Scout Network (18-25)
Scout Network is the fifth and final section of the Scouting movement. Scout Network members take part in a variety of activities, which they undertake and organise themselves with the support of a Scout Network Leader.
Example activities include abseiling, camping, circus skills, climbing, go-karting, gorge walking, hiking, pioneering and watersports.
On behalf of the District I would like to thank you all for undertaking this expedition to Madagascar to help build a local Scout Centre and support a local womens project. We are proud of your efforts and hard work in undertaking these projects. I am sure y...
It was great to see you all on Saturday at your last training weekend with the Scottish contingent. I and the rest of the District are really proud of you. I know how much hard work you and the leaders have put in since your selection to get ready for the Ja...
If you think Scouting’s just about knots, woggles and big shorts, then be prepared to be surprised. It’s how Richard Branson, Barack Obama and David Beckham got their start in life and you can benefit too. There are 400,000 young people in Scouting, spread ...