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The Scouting Adventure Continues for 18-25 years olds!

30 March 2014

Scouting does not stop when you turn 18! If you are a Mum or a Dad or you have children aged 18-25 then Scouting could be a fun option.

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Do you want to make new friends, go on new adventures? Then Network is for you! You do not need any previous Scouting experience and it is open to everyone!

Typical ‘programmes’ for Networkers include going to festivals, night hikes, mountain biking, visits, travelling overseas, all of which looks good on a CV. previous Scouting experience and it is open to everyone! Scout Network is run by its members for its members – they get to take part in all the usual great Scouting activities such as kayaking, climbing, expeditions as well as working on projects helping to support their local or international communities. Or they can become Leaders with the younger Sections.

Networkers come from all walks of life from university students new to the area, through newcomers to Scouting who are interested in

adventurous pursuits, to locals who have been in Scouts since they were 6! Network is a great place to make new friends and socialize.

Members can gain national qualifications, for example through the British Canoe Union – they can also take part in the Duke of Edinburgh Scheme and gain the highly respected Queen’s Scout Award.

If you would like to register your interest for a local Network please contact us here.Networkers never stand still – Having celebrated its 11th birthday last year Network is already thriving across the country. There are local Network Units in Bath and the Radstock, Midsommer Norton area all of whom will make you very welcome.

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