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Written: January 25, 2016 by Kenilworth Scouts

Star Wars lands in Leek Wootto

Leek Wootton Cubs enjoyed a star wars themed evening.....lots of fun had by all..

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Written: December 01, 2015 by Kenilworth Scouts

The Mayor of Kenilworth visite

The Mayor of Kenilworth, Cllr Michael Coker visited Castle Lake Explorers to talk about how local government works and his role within it. HS2 …

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Written: September 02, 2015 by Kenilworth Scouts

Kenilworth Cubs 100

Cubs 100 - The Wildest Birthday Ever! Celebrating 100 years of Cub Scouts in 2016 In 2016 we will commemorate one hundred years of the Cub …

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Written: June 07, 2015 by Kenilworth Scouts

Leek Wootton Beavers helped gu

Leek Wootton Beavers helped guard the Bells at All Saints Church. Five Beavers and two leaders joined a member of the church to sleep …

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January 25, 2016

Star Wars lands in Leek Wootton on cub

December 01, 2015

The Mayor of Kenilworth visited Castle

September 02, 2015

Kenilworth Cubs 100

June 07, 2015

Leek Wootton Beavers helped guard the B

Kenilworth District Commissioner

Stuart Heaton

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Welcome to Kenilworth Scouting

Kenilworth ScoutingThis website is the main source of information for the Kenilworth District of Scouting - if you are looking for a group to join then this is the ideal place to see what is happening throughout the district.

The Aim and Method of Scouting:The Aim of Scouting is to promote the development of young people in achieving their full physical, intellectual, social and spiritual potential, as individuals, as responsible citizens and as members of their local, national and international communities.

The Method of achieving the Aim is through the provision of exciting and adventurous activities with progressive training based on The Scout Promise and Law guided by adult leadership.

Today, there are well over 28 million Members in over 216 countries and territories and the Movement is still growing. Two-thirds of the world’s Scouts live in developing countries.

A co-educational Movement:Scouting in the UK is firmly committed to coeducation so boys and girls can meet the aims of Scouting through one programme.

Join the Adventure - Kenilworth Scouts

Kenilworth District has:

5 Groups - 1st Kenilworth, 4th Kenilworth, Abbey, Leek Wootton & Waverley

Which is made up of:
> 5 Beaver Colonies
> 6 Cub Packs
> 5 Scout Troops
> District Explorer Unit
> District Network Unit
> Scout Active Support

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Kenilworth Explorer Units

There are two Explorer Scout Units in Kenilworth District. Phoenix ESU is the action packed Explorer Scout Unit based in Kenilworth, Warwickshire.  The unit is run mainly by its own members Read more


Waverley Scout Group

Waverley Scout Group is made up of three sections which all meet weekly, during term-time meeting on a Tuesday. Group Scout Leader: Stuart Heaton - windrush7@hotmail.co.uk BEAVERS - 6-8 years old 5.30-6.30pm Kenilworth Read more


Leek Wootton Scout Group

Leek Wootton Scout Group is made up of two sections which all meet weekly, during term-time, on a Monday evening. We plan on restarting the Scout Troop in September 2014; Read more

1st Kenilworth

1st Kenilworth Scout Group

Beavers | Cubs | Scouts

4th Kenilworth

4th Kenilworth Scout Group

Beavers | Cubs | Scouts


Abbey Scout Group

Beavers | Cubs | Scouts

Leek Wootton

Leek Wootton website

Beavers | Cubs | Scouts


Waverley Group website
Beavers | Cubs | Scouts


Castle Lake Explorers

Phoenix Explorers

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