Welcome to Maidenhead Scouts

The Adventure Starts Here!

Maidenhead is one of the largest Districts in the Royal County of Berkshire with 11 Scout Groups and over 1100 members and growing.

In each group you will find a section for your age group:

6 – 8
8 – 10½
10½ – 14

Squirrels is our newest section for 4 – 6 year olds. There are currently 4 Squirrel dreys in the District with more opening soon.

For young people aged 14 – 18, we have 5 Explorer units including one dedicated to young leaders.

Network, 18 – 25, and Active Support for any adult wanting to join the adventure and make friends.

Your District covers Bray, Holyport, Furze Platt, Pinkneys Green, Cox Green, central Maidenhead, Woodlands Park, White Waltham, Littlewick Green, Hurley and Cookham.

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About Scouts

The Scout Association

Scouting is a worldwide voluntary movement for young people. The Scout Movement was founded in 1907 by Lord Robert Baden-Powell. In the United Kingdom, the youth membership of boys & girls, aged between six and eighteen years is over 500,000, supported by 120,000 adults. The Movement now has over 26 million members worldwide, Scouting in over 200 countries. With its sister movement, Girlguiding UK, Scouting represents the largest youth organisation in the World.

All adults in Scouting work to fulfill the Aim of the Association.

Young People First Yellow Card is given to all leaders.
It consists of a Code of Behaviour for adults involved in Scouting.

Scouting is run by people who freely give up their time to organise weekly activities for young people. In addition to Leaders, there are Skills Instructors, Helpers, Administrators, Committee Members, Fundraisers and so on. All adults in the movement undergo training depending on their role in the Movement.