Scouts is all about building skills for life – self-reliance, teamwork, and practical problem solving. 10½-14 year olds take part in fun and adventurous challenges as well as community projects.

Our Scout troop meets on Wednesday evenings 7.30-9.00pm in the Jubilee Hut on Whitmore Vale Road.

We have some spaces available – Contact us to find out how to join in.

Tony Sparks - Group Scout Leader, Grayshott Scouts
What do Scouts wear?


Scouts wear a dark green short/blouse and navy blue trousers, with a Scouts belt and dark shoes. In summer, for informal events, it is fine to wear navy shorts. 

Shirts, trousers, shorts, and belt are available from Scout shops in Guildford or Farnham, or online here. We will provide their badges and black/red scarf. This diagram shows where to sew each of the badges.

For outdoor or special activities, your leader will advise the most appropriate clothing for the conditions. Finally, please don’t forget to ensure your child’s name is in every item of clothing!

Scouts Uniform and badges
Find out how you can join in
It's Not Just For Kids!

Scouting is a worldwide movement that embraces participation from all age groups. Our adult helpers get just as much fun from contributing their skills and enthusiasm to the group – offering Grayshott’s young people unique opportunities, supporting the local community and meeting like-minded people. Plus, you might just learn something new yourself!

There are varied and exciting leadership and committee roles to suit all levels of involvement and experience. Contact us today to find out how to join in.

Be Part of the Future
Grayshott Scout Group has been at the heart of the local community for more than 100 years, with adult leaders and helpers always being an integral part of that story. Without them, the Group simply wouldn’t exist; and the more we have, the more we can share the work and enjoy it. We are now actively recruiting for adults to join us for just a few hours each month.

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