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1st Kildwick & Farnhill Scout Group has been entertaining audiences since 1941.

This GANGSHOW is now in its 77th year it is recognised as the longest running Gang Show in the country.

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As it says on the Poster above, this year the Gang Show is to be held on Friday 23rd November & Saturday 24th November 2018 in the Glusburn Institute, Colne Road, Glusburn, BD20 8PJ

Doors Open 6.45pm Commence 7.15pm Tickets are priced at Adults £7.50 & Children £5.00

Tickets & group bookings can be reserved by emailing Richard Tillotson on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by ringing Neil Tillotson 01535 653511.

Please come along & support the fun of over 80 members singing songs & performing sketches.

 

Can YOU help?

Recruitment begins now for NINE, yes NINE, exciting and challenging roles on the County Team.

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The CC says about the recruitment campaign:

"I am writing to ask if you would like to apply for any of the posts that are currently available on the County Team? These are positions that will enable us to continue to deliver our vision and plans for Scouting.

I am looking for leaders with the right skill set, but most importantly a passion for developing the role as well as being open-minded and willing to take Scouting forward in the next 5 years embracing all that comes our way.

One thing I am very keen to say at this point is that absolutely anyone over the age of 18 can apply for any of the roles. It does not matter if you have been in Scouting 3 months or 30 years, it is your enthusiasm, skills and ideas that are important."

Click HERE for all the details

Well, do you or anyone you know 'fit the bill'?

 

Book NOW as the closing date is fast approaching

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The Foundation Safety and Rescue Training (FSRT) is for all paddlers irrespective of craft and anybody who may be involved with water activities. If you are a Leader or are in Network - then this is for you.

The main objective is to instruct basic safety and rescue skills that can be applied in a sheltered water environment. The course can be either boat based or bank based. It is a pre-requisite for attendance on a British Canoeing (BC) coach training course.

The Course is at the North Yorkshire Water Activity Centre at Ellerton on 30th September and camping is available. DEADLINE for booking is 26th September 2018!!! 

Click HERE to see more details about the Course. 

Hurry - only a matter of days left to book your place!

 

Can You Help?

Beaver lozengeWe are looking for leaders and especially young leaders (from any Scouting Section) and also parents or supporters, who would like to join the Assistant County Commissioner Beaver Scouts on a WORKING GROUP to plan and deliver an outstanding County Beaver Sleepover in 2019.

Bring along your skills and enthusiasm to help deliver another superb event for our youngest members.

Without your support such events cannot happen, so if you're interested, please email ACC Beaver Scouts at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. without delay.

This event, to be held in 2019, will be an opportunity for Beavers from across the County to stay overnight and join in some FUN activities!

Come on all you leaders...are you going to volunteer?

 

TEN lucky people......

ARE YOU ONE OF OUR WINNERS?

200 winners august 18In North Yorkshire Scouts we are fortunate enough to have a lot of adult leaders who are qualified to instruct our Beaver Scouts, Cub Scouts, Scouts and Explorer Scouts in various outdoor activities pertaining to their age ranges.

200 Club Anyone can join

To allow our young people to enjoy the myriad of exciting Scouting activities costs us a lot of money - joining our 200 Club is one of the ways that YOU can help us to achieve our goals

If you join our 200 Club - HALF the money you pay quarterly goes in PRIZES and the other HALF goes towards our County Scout Funds - this is a way of raising money for North Yorkshire Scouts AND allows YOU the the possible thrill of winning one of the ten prizes in our Monthly Draw - EVERY MONTH!

If you are interested in finding out more about the Draw (or joining it) please contact David, our County Secretary, at the County Office NOW!

ARE YOU SUPPORTING US??

Given for 'excellent work' and 'inspirational support'

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Following on from the VERY successful COUNTY CUB CAMP held earlier in the year, the County Commissioner is pleased to announce some 'Awards' and 'Certificates of Appreciation' to the following members for their excellent work and inspirational support in helping to deliver an outstanding and memorable County Cub Camp in May 2018. There are EIGHT County Commissioner's Commendations and ELEVEN County Commissioner's Certificates of Appreciation.

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Many CONGRATULATIONS to ALL for all your hard work for the Camp!

 

Recent achievements in the County
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It is with great pleasure that we can now announce that the Chief Scout has approved the following FIVE Awards!

 

AWARD FOR MERIT

KATH SHAPCOTT

ADC Beaver Scouts - York Minster District. 

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CHIEF SCOUT'S COMMENDATION

GILL BRECKON 

46th Scarborough - Beaver Scout Leader.

 

CHIEF SCOUT'S COMMENDATION

MATTHEW CRAIG 

First Scarborough - Assistant Scout Leader. 

 

CHIEF SCOUT'S COMMENDATION

BRIAN RAPER 

42nd Scarborough - Group Treasurer. 

 

CHIEF SCOUT'S COMMENDATION

CHRIS TOLLEY 

42nd Scarborough - Assistant Cub Scout Leader. 

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Sincere CONGRATULATIONS to all 5 in recognition of their support and commitment.

 

This from the County Commissioner, Mark Edwards:

NY1A"With the support of the County Appointments Advisory Committee, I can announce that with effect from 1 September 2018, our County Youth Commissioners will swap roles, with Tom Haigh taking over the lead from Luke Roslin as follows:

County Youth Commissioner - Tom Haigh

Deputy County Youth Commissioner - Luke Roslin

This is a pragmatic change to allow Tom and Luke to commit realistically to both Scouting and their university studies. As we begin a new Scouting term, I look forward to them working with all Districts to develop further the role of Youth Commissioners and I trust that you will continue to give Tom and Luke your full support."

We will ALL support these young people in all that they do!