Joining the Group

Beavers, Cubs, and Scouts

All our sections are very popular and are normally oversubscribed however we do get the occasional space due to existing members leaving. We operate a waiting list places so if you would like your child to go on it please fill in and return our waiting list form.

Due to more children wanting to join us than places available we generally restrict our intake to those children living in the WR2 or WR6 postcode areas. We will add children from other areas to our waiting lists but it is unlikely we will be able to offer places to them.

Spaces are usually offered based on the age of the child, rather than a strict first come, first served order. This is done to maximise the number of children who can join us as well as provide the best experience for those who do join.

We would always like to be able to take more children on but it is largely dependent on the number of adult volunteers we have. If you would be interested in regularly volunteering with the Group then please contact the Group Scout Leader and we can discuss the available options.

Don't forget that all ages of Scouts have been open to girls since 1991 and approximately a third of current members are girls. Venture Scouts (now Explorers and Network) have had female members since 1976.

i.SCOUT - Could you?

10th Worcester Scouts could always use some more adult help

We are always on the look-out for more Leaders for our Group. It doesn't matter if you can only do one day a month, you will always be valuable to us.

We currently have Leaders for all three of our sections - Beavers Cubs and Scouts, but we would like to build up our team with a view to opening up more sections in the future. Would you like to be part of our success and help us provide fun and adventure to more young people? 

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 the email link below for an informal discussion of how you can help.