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


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Kilt Walk 2022

3 of our Young People are heading overseas next year on Scouting adventures, Caitlin and Aiden are heading to the World Scout Jamboree in South Korea and William is heading to a community project in Nepal.  


They will be taking part in the Kiltwalk next weekend, hiking 22 miles from Glasgow to Balloch to raise funds for their trips.  


All sponsorship they raise from the Kiltwalk will be supported by the Hunter Foundation with a 50% top up, so this is a great way to help them raise some funds towards the trip.


You can sponsor them each individually using the links below or as a group (which will be divided between the 3 of them equally - any left over funds will be used to start a 1st Rhu Scouts Support fund to allow Scouts in future years to attend a variety of overseas and more local events that they may otherwise not be able to afford.


Thank you for your generosity and support.  If you can't donate, please share this post so that others may see it and be able to support.


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Well done to our older Scouts who have walked from Balmaha to Milngavie for their expedition challenge badge - well done to all of them for what was a great test of all of the things they have learn't in Scouts over the last few years.


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We wish to thank all our young people and volunteers!

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Squirrels will be on a Tuesday from 1630 - 1730 with the programme designed to support the informal learning and help 4–5-year-olds. It’s about promoting key skills like working together, communication, and language, as well as creativity and community awareness.

Squirrels get active, explore nature and have fun learning with friends, all while earning badges – just like other Scouts. New badges include Feel Good, Be Active, Explore Outdoors, Brilliant Builder and Exciting Experiments.

It’s a positive, safe environment for young children to develop essential skills for life, starting them on a journey to become the active citizens and leaders of the future.

If you would like to register your child, visit

Interested in being a volunteer? Visit:

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