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I.Scout in Kent!

i.Scout in Kent - Your round up of Scouting in Kent
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Ever fancied presenting or producing a radio show?

Following on from KIJ last summer, Kent Scouts is in the early stages of investigating the possibility of starting its own radio channel.

We need people of all ages to help get this project started. No experience required. If you have any experience you can share or would be interested in being involved please contact simon.corrigan@kentscouts.org.uk

STEPS

STEPS

18th March 2018

Fun day for Cubs aged over 9½! It will encompass the elements of the Scout activity badges to give Cubs a taster of what they can expect in Scouts!
It takes place at the County Showground, Detling and will feature over 50 activities and plenty of adventure!

Booking Deadline 1st February!!

Find out more and book
Young Leader weekend

Global Projects Information evening

7th February - 6pm - 10pm
Lower Grange Farm

All members of Kent Scouts are welcome. Come for the whole evening or just the project(s) you are interested in.
6pm Ghana18
7pm SouthAfrica19
8pm Kenya2020
9pm Uganda2021 & Antarctica (ReQuest2021)

YouShape Month
Spy Academy
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Bingo Challenge
Register online

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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