1st Radnage Scout Group
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Scouting provides adventurous activities and personal development for over 500,000 young people and adult volunteers. This is effectively delivered by 1st Radnage Scout Group to all those within reach of our headquarters in a beautiful part of the Buckinghamshire countryside.
Radnage Scout Group celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2013 with a reunion and open day.
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At a recent Queen's Scout dinner Mike New, Radnage Scouts Group Scout Leader was presented with the prestigious Silver Acorn Award for service to Scouting.
Photograph in the Gallery
St. Georges Day Parade in Princes Risborough 26th April 2015. The Radnage Scout Group led the parade for the District. We had an excellent turn out of Beavers, Cubs and Scouts.
Photographs in the Gallery
Red Kite Community Housing Trust based in High Wycombe have a fund which can provide grants to local community projects.
The Radnage Scout Group applied for one of these funds and was successful in being awarded a substantial amount.
The money has been awarded specifically to be spent on the refurbishment of our Scout Hut.
Work will start this Spring and be complete in the Summer holidays.
The Group would like to pass on a big "Thank You" to Red Kite for providing this money. It will make a big difference to all Beavers, Cubs and Scouts.
Scouts & Cubs Chiltern Rangers Working Party
Radnage Cubs and Scouts took part in a Working Party to support the Chiltern Rangers. This involved volunteering in environmental scrub clearance in parts of the Chilterns, photographs in the Gallery.
Remembrance Day Parade
Beavers, Scouts and Cubs took part in our Remembrance Day 2014 parade commemorating the 100th anniversary of WW1. Some of the photographs are in the slide show above, and in the Gallery.
In 2012, Cubs laid a wreath at the Halifax Bomber Memorial in Cowleaze Wood, Near Christmas Common. The bomber crashed there 31st March 1944 and all 7 crew were lost