Skills for Life

The 10th Royal Eltham is one of 28 Scout Groups in the Royal Greenwich Scout District, and our Group badge is a silhouette of Severndroog Castle, an 18th century folly in Castle Woods close to our meeting place on Shooters Hill.

 

Welcome to 10th Royal Eltham

The 10th Royal Eltham are one of 28 Scout Groups in the Royal Greenwich Scout District, and our Group badge is a silhouette of Severndroog Castle, an 18th century folly in Castle Woods close to our meeting place on Shooters Hill.

As members of the Scout Association, we seek to provide young people with opportunities to participate in adventurous outdoor activities, learn team-building skills and develop new friendships. We are firmly committed to co-education so that boys and girls can develop together through one programme.

Membership is open to all young people and adults, regardless of ability, who are prepared to accept Scouting’s fundamental principles.

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Adult volunteers

The Scouts award-winning training scheme for volunteers means that adults get as much from Scouts as young people.

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Latest news

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28th Mar 2019

Annual District Awards Night 2019

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28th Mar 2019

Great British Spring Clean Campaign

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28th Mar 2019

Random Ramblings from the Group Scout Leader! March 2019

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28th Mar 2019

Welcome from our new Group Chairman

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Upcoming events

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Event
Scouts Expedition Challenge Awards Weekend Camp
When

14th Jun - 16th Jun

Time

All Day

Location

Event
Beaver Damboree Camp
When

29th Jun - 30th Jun

Time

All Day

Location

Hope Hill Scout Camp, Meopham, Kent

Event
Scarefest 2019
When

25th Oct

Time

All Day

Location

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Put your phone down and what are you left with? Just teamwork, courage and the skills to succeed.’
Bear Grylls, Chief Scout Bear Grylls