With YouShape month drawing to close (don't forget to make your YouShape Pledge and keep Youth Shaped throughout the year), we're looking forward to the main camping season and with that in mind...The Big Night Out is back this May!
How many people from across the county can we get camping on the same night?
27th - 28th May 2017
In 2015 thousands took part - with 5,354 badges issued! Can we beat that record? Everyone who takes part will receive a special BNO badge completely free! We'll update the website at www.kentscouts.org.uk/bignightout with more information in the lead up to the event!
Would you be interested in leading an International Trip? Over the next few years, Kent Scouts has a number of International opportunities coming up including the World Scout Jamboree, Ghana and more. Interested - fill in your details and we'll contact you with more information in due course.
Explorers from across Kent took part in Winter Survival over half term. The tough 40 mile route was completed by team Bravo from Sevenoaks (pictured above).
Scout collecting at KIJ
4th - 5th March
Could you help a young person make a first badge swap or start a camp blanket? Do you have an interest in Scouting memorabilia? The Scout Collecting team are looking for volunteers to support this zone at KIJ. Find out more
4th - 5th March
The next County Young Leader weekend is next week. If you are an adult in Scouting and would like to see how it works - either to deliver or support participants locally - or to get involved with the main delivery - leaders are welcome to drop in during the weekend. Just drop us a message for details and let us know when you are coming down.
Tell us what you think! We're going to be developing i.Scout in Kent over time to improve and hopefully personalise it more closely to your preferences. In the meantime if you have any thoughts or suggestions, let us know here.
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