Scouts

The North Lincolnshire district covers a geographical area of 327 square miles. Within the district, there are 14 groups and a total of 850 members. The groups run an excellent varied and active programme ensuring young people have a great time within Scouting.

The aim is to see children and young adults reach their full potential and develop skills such as teamwork, time management, leadership, initiative, planning, communication, self-motivation, cultural awareness and commitment.  Through the everyday adventure of Scouting, young people and adult volunteers regularly experience new challenges that enrich their lives and meet lifelong friends. There are hundreds of activities, as diverse as archery, kayaking and abseiling. Something for every young person, whatever their physical ability.

Find out more information by visiting the North Lincolnshire Scouting website. This includes information for younger children; Beavers and Cubs groups.

Angela Bradley

District Commissioner, North Lincolnshire Scouts

Girl Guides

Girlguiding is the largest voluntary organisation for girls and young women, with around half a million members, including about 100,000 trained volunteer adult leaders and supporters.

As a county within the North East England region there are about 3500 members across all sections.

Read more information on the North Lincolnshire Girl Guiding website. You will also find information about other groups; Rainbows, Brownies and the Senior Sections.

Last modified: January 14, 2019