Welcome to the Tenth!
The 10th Worcester (Crown East) Scout Group is based at Crown East on the A44 Bromyard Road about two miles to the west of Worcester.
We have a Beaver Colony, Cub Pack and Scout Troop providing scouting for about 70 young people aged 6 to 14 in the Crown East, Rushwick, Cotheridge, Lower and Upper Broadheath, Knightwick, Martley and St John's areas.
i.SCOUT - Could you?
10th Worcester Scouts could always use some more help
Do you enjoy working with young people? Would you like to be a part of providing a fun, enjoyable and rewarding experience for youngsters?
We need your help to make this happen. We are an active, growing scout group, run by experienced leaders. We are looking for Helpers to assist with games, activities and outings for Beavers (6-8 yr olds), Cubs (8-10 yr olds) or Scouts (10-14 yr olds). Ideally you'd assist us one evening a week (Tuesday for Beavers, Thursday for Cubs, or Friday for Scouts). However we are flexible to suit your availability.
We are looking for people who have a fun and practical outlook who would enjoy helping develop young people through outdoor and adventurous activities.
No specific skills/qualifications required. Full training and support will be given.
If you're interested in eventually becoming an Assistant Leader, or just have some time on your hands to give to young people, we’d love to hear from you. We'd provide you with plenty of support from existing leaders.
All our Leaders have full-time jobs and families so that isn’t a barrier to helping out. There is no cost to being a Leader other than your time, and you don’t need to wear a uniform if you don’t want to. Most Leaders are or were parents of children involved in scouting and joined scouting to help out with their children. They then carried on because it was so much fun.
If you feel you could give a little time and would like to be part of the largest co-educational youth movement in the country, and help more young people enjoy the fun of Scouting, then please contact our Group Scout Leader Rob Graham via our Contacts page for an informal discussion of how you can help.