Ingleton Group

INFORMATION FOR PARENTS

Date        Topic

Jan 10th       Back To Basics

Jan 17th    Our World Challenge Award

Jan 24th    Chinese New Year ‘Year of the Rooster’

Jan 31st    Hobby Badge

Feb 6th          Navigator Badge

Feb 13th       Entertainer Badge

Feb 27th       Our World Challenge Award (cont.)

Mar 7th         Teamwork Badge

Mar 14th      Our Skills Badge

Mar 21st    St. Patricks Day Games

Mar 28th      Our skills Badge

Apr 4th          Personal Safety Badge

 

SCOUT SPRING TERM TROOP PROGRAMME

Mar 01    1 Week     Panto Night – FULL SCOUT UNIFORM (No jeans)

Mar 08    2 Week     Ten Pin Bowling – Scout shirt Necker

Mar 15    3 Week     Fire Safety Badge Planner – Scout shirt Necker

Mar 22    4 Weeks    Fire Safety Badge Planner – Scout shirt Necker

Mar 29    5 Week     Fire Safety Badge Planner – Scout shirt Necker

Apr 05    6 Week     Fire Safety Badge Planner – Scout shirt Necker

 

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 Scouting believes that young people learn by doing.
Ingleton Scout Group therefore offers an exciting programme of activities to develop a child’s potential. They change lives by offering youngsters aged 6 to 25  fun and challenging activities, unique experiences, everyday adventure and the chance to help others so that they make a positive impact in the local community.

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How is Ingleton Scout Group organised?

Ingleton Scout Group is one of two in Ingleborough District.  Scout Groups are run entirely by unpaid volunteers and Ingleton Scout Group has a team of enthusiastic uniformed youth leaders, as well as several sectional supporters, plus an Executive Committee consisting of a Chairman, Secretary, Treasurer, Beaver, Cub and Scout Parent Representatives, as well as other elected members, which meets approximately six times a year.

At the age of 14, Scouts can join the North Ingleborough Explorer Scout Unit, which is based in Ingleton but run by District Leaders.

MEALBANK HALL

 

Mealbank Hall     Mealbank Main Hall lr

Meeting Room

Where do the Scouts meet?

Scouts meet at Mealbank Hall in Mealbank Quarry, off Oddies Lane, in Ingleton. Sometimes special visits or events are arranged, in which case parents are responsible for transport to and from the venue.

Mealbank Hall

The Scout Group are fortunate in owning Mealbank Hall, a purpose-built headquarters. However, as a community asset with Village Hall status, it requires constant maintenance. The Hall is let out to help cover the costs of the upkeep so if you would to like to hire the hall, meeting room or kitchen, please contact Jayne Lis on 015242 41701 or email her at jlis@hotmail.co.uk.