Explorers

Explorers - 14 to 18 years

Try more. See more. Do more. At Explorers, you’ll stand on your own two feet, and make memories to last a lifetime.



Where are we?

The Explorers meet at:

Scout Hall
Cumberland Road
Rhu
Dunbartonshire
G84 8SA
Meeting Times
Tuesdays - 19:45 to 21:30

Due to our active programme, we often meet outside of these times as well.

News & Blogs

This years Group Camp at Scout Adventures Meggernie, it was amazing!! Here's a snapshot of the site!

 

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1st Rhu Scouts Kit Shop
19/10/2021 By James Harrison

We are excited to let you all know that the 1st Rhu Kit Shop is now open for business.  

Please have a look for everything from Hoodies to hats, replacement badges and neckies and much more.  Over time we will add more items to the shop to make it even more useful for Scouting activity wear.  Prices are very competitive.

All profits support the group to deliver more activities for our young people.

All items are made to order by a local company so please allow a few weeks for delivery. 

The shop can be found at:

Our Shop (1strhuscouts.org.uk/about/shop)

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Arden Camp 2021
27/09/2021

It was fantastic to see 80 members of 1st Rhu all enjoying the wonderful Scout site at Arden on Loch Lomond. Here’s a short video of what we got up to. We are looking forward to the future and lots more Scouting Adventures.

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We are delighted to announce that a 24/7 access Automated External Defibrillator (AED) also known as a Public Access Defibrillator (PAD) has been installed outside the front of the Scout Hall. This is available for anyone in the community to use in an emergency.

We would like to say a big thank you to Rhu Amateur Football Club and Rotary Club of Helensburgh Garelochside for their generous donations and to Fusebox Electricals for the installation of the external cabinet. We would like to also thank Helensburgh & District CPR / Defibrillator Association for supporting us through the process of purchasing and installing the unit.

 

 

 

What is a defibrillator (AED)?

When a person goes into cardiac arrest, their heart stops beating normally as the electrical activity in their heart becomes uncoordinated. The AED will analyse the heart’s electrical rhythm and if it detects a rhythm likely to respond to a shock, it will charge itself ready to deliver a shock.

 

What should I do if I see someone who is unconscious and not breathing normally?

You must first call 999 to arrange for help. As well as guiding you through CPR, the call operator will be able to advise you if there is a defibrillator nearby. If there is, they will usually ask you to stay with the patient and continue CPR but ask someone around you to find the defibrillator.

 

Can anyone use one?

Yes. Defibrillators give the person using them clear audio instructions. You cannot hurt someone with a defibrillator because it won’t work unless a person is in cardiac arrest.

 

I’ve seen some defibrillators are locked inside a cabinet. How would I know how to get access to it in an emergency? 

When you dial 999 the call handler will give you the code to unlock it.

 

Can it really make a difference to a person in cardiac arrest?

Definitely! The immediate delivery of CPR combined with early use of a defibrillator gives a person in cardiac arrest the best chance of surviving.

 

Where is the nearest Defibrillator to me?

Trossachs Search & Rescue have developed a great site that shows you all the Public Access Defibrillators (PADs) in Helensburgh & Lomond area. It shows the PADs that are nearest to you and if they are available 24/7 or if they can only be accessed during certian time periods. It is definetly worth saving this page! https://www.trossachsdefibrillator.co.uk/

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1st Rhu Scouts were lucky enough to be awarded a grant from Morrisons. A small group of us were presented with the cheque today.
 
This grant will enable us to fence the Scout Hut site, improve access for both able bodied and disabled users, improve storage for outdoor equipment, build a permanent den structure and provide large poles for traditional pioneering.
 
We are grateful for the support of Morrisons in helping us realise our vision to give the young people of Rhu the best opportunities to learn #SkillsForLife.
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