DBS Requirements

SkyCamp 16th-18th September 2016

Booking is now open for SkyCamp 2016!

This is a very popular event and spaces are filled quickly. Book now to avoid disappointment!

Information and booking information attached.

The Old International, Environment and Values List for the QSA

Pre-January 2014 IEV List


  • Complete your Explorer Belt.
  • Complete your International Friendship Award.
  • Take an active part in a project with an overseas aid organisation, such as UNESCO.
  • Take an active part in a camp in another country, for instance, a Jamboree or Moot.
  • Take an active part in an International Camp in the United Kingdom.
  • Take part in a project at a campsite abroad, for example, as part of a Euro-Steps project or Camp America.
  • Complete the Passport for Europe with your Unit.
  • Organise a series of programmes for your Unit on an international theme.
  • Organise a series of programmes for another Section on an international theme.
  • Complete any activity of a similar nature agreed beforehand with your leadership team.




Isle of Wight Revolution

Isle of Wight Revolution is a National Explorer and Network Activity Camp, has run every Easter since 1995 on the beautiful Isle of Wight. This year’s event is from the 2nd to the 6th April and the website with all the details and how to book to is:


Camp Japan 2015

GLMW Camp Japan

The chance for your Group or Section to spend a weekend as a County, try some Japanese culture and celebrate the World Scout Jamboree in Japan 2015

When: June 26-28, 2015

Where: Paccar Scout Camp, Chafont St Peter

Interested? Contact the CampJapanTeam


Japan Jamboree logo

Bog Seat Challenge 2014 Up and Running

This years competition kicked off with a ten pin bowling challenge at Park Royal between the joint winners of last year’s challenge, Imperial (West London) and REN. REN feeling confident, arrived with enough players to enter two teams, Imperial were also feeling quietly confident so the competition was clearly going to be hot. The winners would be the team with the highest average team score over two games.

With all the teams getting off to a flying start, strikes and spares were posted by many players and the subsequent bravado was impressive. The end of the first game saw the average scores standing at: REN (Team Kate) 81; Imperial 86.3; and, clear leaders, REN (Team Pete) 92.2. The top individual scores Andrew (Imperial) 99, Kate (Team Kate) 115 and Joe (Team Pete) 129.

An ACC Goes Blogging - 19 Feb 2014

Freezer Camp – Wind, Rain, Ice and Sunshine

Everybody was there Friday afternoon, tents getting pitched and the wind is already starting to buffet the place. Our site was in the woods so a little more sheltered. Outer flysheets up and pinned to the ground with extra-long pegs. That should do the trick. Out on the Main Field, the early arrivals are standing on the canvas to hold it in place while the pegs are found and poles can be fed through the loops and sleeves. This could get exciting…

Starbucks Youth Action Funding

We have been advised that there is a funding opportunity for young people aged 16-24 from Starbucks.

UK Youth and Starbucks are delighted to announce that Starbucks Youth Action funding is available for young people to deliver a project making a positive difference to people in their community.

Young people between the ages of 16-24, living anywhere in England, Scotland or Wales can apply now for funding of up to £2,000 available.

An ACC Goes Blogging - 6 Feb 2014

GLMW Expedition Training and Assessment Programme 2014

Pitching tentsIt began at “omg it’s early”, 8:30am, last Saturday morning with the pitching of tents and registration to make sure that the people who had signed up were actually the people who were turning up. 47 Scouts and Explorer Scouts from across GLMW arrived to commence this year’s Expedition training and Assessment Programme. After a week of lashing rain and howling gales, the expectation was for a waterlogged and unpleasant weekend in the mud. But no, what was this? The sun forced its way through the early Saturday morning clouds and a dry day was in prospect. The tents went up on moderately dry areas near the training complex and, yes, smiling was in evidence.

An ACC Goes Blogging - 19 Jan 2014

Knowledge and Creativity

With all of the great libraries of the world obtainable on line and the power to find information available to anyone with a smartphone in their pocket, there has never been an era where people can have so much knowledge on hand for any particular purpose they choose. StonehengeAt the same time, it sometimes appears that people know less and are less interested to find out for themselves the things that might make the world a more exciting, well developed or positive place.

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