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Cubs - Marshall Pack

Nothing coming up this term.

Cubs - Newman Pack

Nothing coming up this term.

Scouts - Folley Troop

Unnamed meeting

Scouts - Wednesday

Nothing coming up this term.


  • Teepees

    Setting up camp ….Red Indian style

  • Music 2014

    Djembe drums…….

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    Bronze awards for Billy and Max

  • Beavers Water Party July 2012 082

    A very wet finale to this term

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    Gilwell Camp 2013

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    Scouts supporting Royston In Blue

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    Oh what fun we had !


    How many have you done?

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    GR8 BIG B@SH at Phasels Wood

  • Beaver Police Station Visit 09.07.13 008

    Mum…….HELP !!!

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    Old fashioned games fun……..

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    Scout wall mural

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    Team Mia family fun day

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    Cub sleepover…..

  • Campfire Songs

    Campfire Songs with Rikki

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    Providing a varied programme

  • Christingle

    Christingle Church Service – 1st December @ 4pm

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    Fire and Ice 2013

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    Games Session

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    Scared ? ….of course not !


Please note that the uniform shop based at 1st Royston HQ is now permanently closed. We thank you for your past custom.

Parent and Carer FAQ

Got a question about scouting? Take a look at our FAQ, specially put together for parents of young people interested in Scouting.

How can my child benefit from joining Scouts?

In an independent survey of over 2,000 parents of Scouts, nine out of ten parents said Scouting is worthwhile and nine in ten said their children find Scouting enjoyable. As your child progresses through Scouts you should be able to

Is there a waiting list to join Scouting?

Scouting in Royston is very popular at all ages from Beavers through to Scouts. We hold a joint waiting list for both groups in Royston ( the 1st and the 10th) for all sections and we cannot guarantee places due

I don’t feel I have any suitable skills; how can I get involved?

Parents can volunteer and help in many ways; you don’t have to be a regular Bear Grylls. You might have first aid knowledge that you could teach the group, or you might be able to teach our Scouts a thing