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Corona Virus Updates

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Informational Update

15:00 4/11/20

Members in England

Following the announcement of a four-week lockdown in England from Thursday 5 November, the National Youth Agency (NYA) has now issued guidance about what this means for all youth sector activity. From 5 November Scouts and all other youth activities will move to Red readiness level. This decision by the Government means that there can be no face-to-face activity with young people or adult volunteers. Only online meetings can be delivered until further notice. We expect these restrictions to last until 2 December, when the lockdown is currently scheduled to end in England.

We are where possible running are running on-line meetings via Zoom or Teams.

Please contact one of the leaders to find out whats available.

General Stuff

May 2020 – While the scout hut is not being used we took the opportunity to decorate it – thanks Steve for your hard work

Links to Activities

Emails received for HQ


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On Saturday 22 June 2019 Pauline Burton and Sandra Chick attended the Leicestershire & Rutland Freemasons’ function to be awarded a grant of £1500.

Freemasons’ Hall Leicester hosted a wide range of charities and good causes from all over Leicestershire and Rutland, as £28,510 was presented by the Freemasons’ to benefit the local community and those in need. 


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Scout Leader Job Advert

Written by William Harris / Matt Hughes, 9th Leicester Scouts (8 April 2019)

What Does A Scout Leader Do?

One of the things a Scout Leader does is look after young people and help develop new skills and provide new opportunities. Be prepared to plan and organize activities and even give up spare time to go on camps.

What Qualities Does A Scout Leader Need?

A Scout Leader needs to be able to interact and communicate effectively with young people.  You also need to complete around 14 courses including a first aid course and nights away permit if you wish to partake in camps.

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