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  • Activities

    The 29th Glasgow Scout Group offer a wide variety of activities to our members; from climbing to canoeing; hill walking to sailing and much more.
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  • Join the Adventure

    If you would like to join the 29th Glasgow Scout Group either as a youth member or an adult helper then please click on the link below.
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  • RN Recognition

    The 29th Glasgow Scout Group are one of 101 groups in the UK who are permitted to wear the Royal Navy Recognition badge. The Group is inspected every 18 months to check that we meet the required standard.
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  • Group Executive

    The 'management committee' of the Scout Group is the Group Executive Committee. One of the Group Executive's main tasks is fund raising to finance the running of the Group, ranging from the upkeep of our headquarters, to providing the equipment for our numerous adventurous activities.
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Welcome to the 29th Glasgow Scout Group

Within this site you will find information about the Group and what we do. The Group consists of eight sections; two Beaver Scout Colonies, two Cub Scout Packs, two Scout Troops, an Explorer Scout Unit and an Explorer Sea Scout Unit.

Our active Group Executive Committee provides the resources for our 300+ membership, boys, girls and adults. Our Headquarters is the Cameron Halls, 147 Mossgiel Road, Newlands, Glasgow, G43 2BY, Scotland, telephone +44 (0)141 637 4683 (Mon-Fri 7pm-9pm).

We are in the South Western District of Clyde Scout Region, under the guidance of Scottish Scout Headquarters. Our Scout Association registration number is 9271. The family tree extends to UK Scout Headquarters and up to encompass the 28,000,000 members of the World Family of Scouts.

We are a Scottish Charity, Number SC022392. The 29th Glasgow is Royal Navy (RN) Recognised, Unit 90. In addition we are a Royal Yachting Association (RYA) Recognised Training Centre for sailing, power-boating, first aid, VHF Radio and navigation courses. The Scout Group has an affiliation with HMS DEFENDER.

We record our thanks to all those who support us in so many ways. With this support we are able to offer our members, and a large number of youngsters from out with our Group, a varied and exciting, adventure-based programme.

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Bear Grylls, Chief Scout…

"Two things matter in life: following your dreams and looking after your friends. This is what I love about Scouting. It’s about doing great things, loving and enjoying the great adventures and helping others to do the same."

 

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