Wanted: 18 – 25 year olds to take part in Queens Scout Award and Gold DoE Expeditions in 2011

25th October 2010

Are you considering doing your Diamond Chief Scout's Award, Queen's Scout Award, Silver or Gold DoE award expedition next year?

On Wednesday evening 17th November there will be a meeting bringing together 18-25 year olds from Clyde Region who are planning to do their expeditions in the summer of 2011. The meeting will be held at 7.30pm at Clyde Regional Scout Council, 21 Elmbank Street, Glasgow.

We recognise that many leaders are keen to do their awards but find the expedition part difficult to complete. Richard Mumford, a Mountain Leader and qualified DoE Assessor will work alongside myself to train you (where necessary) and supervise the practice and qualifying expeditions. This should take no more than six evening meetings, two weekends and the four day-three night qualifying trip. We will work to your prior experience to ensure you are fully trained but with the minimum of time constraints as we know you already have busy scouting commitments!

If you cannot make it but would be interested in joining a group, please let me know before the meeting so we can include you in our plans.

If you can make the meeting or have any questions please let me know by calling me on 01555 664399 or email me at network@clydescouts.org.uk

Siobhán Sharkey
ARC Scout Network

Author: Gary Bainbridge


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