share your thoughts on the proposed plan for Scouting

Last chance to share your thoughts on the proposed plan for Scouting
Have you read the proposed plan for Scouting’s future beyond 2018? What do you and your team think of the direction of travel and the initiatives in the draft plan? There is one month left to s_ubmit your views on behalf of your team. All resources to help you run a consultation session in your County/Area/District on the proposed initiatives can be found at

We have some additional tips for you here as well as some webinar briefing sessions next week you can take part in for more information. Thank you to all of you who have contributed so far. You can submit your team’s view or your own individual comments at



West Lancs Scouts are looking to recruit leaders for a variety of trips in 2018/2019.

Perhaps you will be the Expedition Leader on our Explorer Belt expedition in summer 2019?

Or be the Expedition Leader who takes Explorer Scouts to a European Jamboree in 2019?

We are looking for Assistant Leaders to take Scouts to help take Scouts and Explorers to the Menin Gate to remember those who gave their lives exactly 100 years after the First World War ended.

Finally, we are looking for an Assistant Leader who can help take Scouts to Kandersteg for some fun in the snow in February 2019.

To discuss any of these opportunities informally please contact Chris Worthington (ACC International) on 07598921140 or

Life is an adventure live it – apply for these trips before 18:00 on Sunday 10th September!


Application form avalible at the bottom of the original article here

Badge order form

Badge Order Form

We have a new badge order form for use by sections.

When you’ve put all the badges quantities in can you click on the little arrow in the ‘ Qty Req’d’ box and then untick the box called ‘blanks’. This leaves you with a list of just the ones you are ordering.

Completed forms should be sent to

The new order form is here:

Badge Order Form V3

More success for Racing ambassador! 

Our Ambassador Georgia Shiels is going from strength to strength!A massive congratulations from us all! 


Georgia has made the switch from stage rallying to Rallycross with the assistance of LOCO Energy Drink. “All of this has come around really quickly,” said Georgia “to be talent-spotted by LOCO is so exciting and this is the start of a really amazing partnership. LOCO only launched last year so it’s great to grow with them and be on this journey to the top of the sport together.”

The Bolton University Engineering student contested in her first British Rallycross event on Sunday, finishing a competitive 7th overall after mechanical issues. Georgia is competing in a 200bhp RX150 buggy. “The RX150s are insane!” Georgia said. “They only weigh 420kg so the sheer acceleration is mind-blowingly fun!”
Rallycross is held on a closed mixed-surface race circuit but still has a nod to stage rallying as drivers spend much of their time sideways on the gravel. It is an ever-increasingly popular form of motorsport. Attracting thousands of spectators at each event and with plans for a rallycross circuit at Silverstone, the future for rallycross is bright! “There is a clear career path in rallycross,” Georgia says “which makes my ultimate goal of becoming the first ever female World Rallycross Champion possible, not to be tokenistic of women, but to inspire more young girls into both motorsport and engineering.”
“This is just the start.”

District Camp is back!

We are back again this year at Bibby’s Farm Scout Activity Centre on the 9th-11th June!

We had such an amazing time at our last one! This one promises to be bigger and better!

Here’s a little taster of what we got up to last time….