Dundee District Scout Council
Make Everyday An Adventure

Welcome to the Dundee District Scouts


Dundee Scouting offers challenges and adventure to almost a thousand young people and adults across the city, and is part of a UK organisation with half a million members.

We do some pretty amazing things in Dundee Scouting, but for us, adventure is a way of life and not just an activity or expedition.

 

Our Scouts grow in confidence by trying out new skills and stretching themselves. Whether it’s an Explorer trying out his French on an international trip or a Scout leading his Patrol for the first time, each time we challenge ourselves, it’s a step forward. When a Scout stands up to a bully, or sticks up for what they believe in; that’s an adventure!

Scouting is open to all young people aged 6 to 25, of every faith and background. There are also plenty of opportunities for adults to become involved as Leaders, Assistants or Administrators.

 

 

 

News

Aroud the World in 80 Hours - the movie!

As you will remember Cory Campbell challenged himself to make it around the world in 80 hours raising funds for the 26th Dundee Scout Group.

 

Well the long awaited movie of the challenge has now been completed.

www.youtube.com/watch

Hope you enjoy it and share it!

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Chief Scout Silver Award

 Alexander Cragg of the 5th Cubs has received his Chief Scout Silver Award the highest award available to cubs. Alexander has worked hard to gain this award by completing all of his Cub Challenge Badges.

Alexander with ADC Cubs Stuart Ramsay and his Cub Leader Susan Grubb

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Commonwealth Challenge Fun

 A number of Cub Packs are taking part in a national Commonwealth Challenge trying out many different activities linked to the Commonwealth to mark this years Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.

 Packs who wish to do so can register their completed challenges on a league table to see how they are doing against other packs not only from Dundee but all over Scotland.

 Challenges have ranged from designing their own flag, building stadiums, making running tracks out of 2 pence's, trying out new sports and designing and making their own mascots.No matter what level the cubs can achieve  they can gain points for the league table.

Some Cubs making their mascot

Cubs making their 2 pence running track

 

 

 

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Events Diary

Cub Football Take Two

27/04/2014
Cub Fun Indoor Football at Douglas Sports Centre.
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Blair Training Day

03/05/2014
Blair Training Day
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Sponsor

(22nd Dundee Scout Group)
10/05/2014
Group Sponsor
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Disrtict Scout Flag

16/05/2014
District Scout Flag Camping Competition
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Blair Training Camp

16/05/2014
Blair Training Camp
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Cub Flag

30/05/2014
Dundee Cubs annual outdoor based competition at Douglaswood.
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Blair Training Day

07/06/2014
Blair Training Day
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Blair Regional Get Together Camp

20/06/2014
Regional Get Together Camp
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