Short August Break Just to inform everyone that the North Yorkshire County Scout Office will be closed from Monday 12th August 2019 and will re-open on Tuesday 27th August 2019. During this time emails…Read More
Funeral arrangements updated - now 13.40hrs The condolences, prayers and thoughts of the County Commissioner and all members of North Yorkshire Scouts are today with the family of Ann Shannon (York…Read More
County Cub Quiz 2019 Important information to help leaders deliver the Pack Round for this year’s quiz, along with advice from the Assistant County Commissioner (Cub Scouts), Christine Turner, has…Read More
Entries will be judged in 5 sections: Beavers, Cub Scouts, Scouts, Explorers, and 18+ (Network and Leaders).
Each person may enter one photograph which must have been taken by the entrant to the competition. Submissions must be in digital jpg format, entries taken on camera phones will be accepted.
All photographs must be submitted with the name of the photographer, date of birth, Scout group and District details. The images will be judged in the age range that the photographer was when the photograph was taken.
The decisions of the judges will be final. All judging will be anonymous.
Any photographs submitted to the competition may be used by the County Scout Council for any purpose of Scouting. All other rights are retained by the photographer.
The event is designed to cater for 6 teams of five, and places were allocated on a first come first served basis.
Further details about the event including what to bring etc. will be sent to those participating nearer the event.
JOHN A IVES
ACC CREATIVE ACTIVITIES / MANAGER: YORK ACTIVE SUPPORT
DISTRICT COMMISSIONER TEAM - INGLEBOROUGH DISTRICT
Following advice from the County Appointments Advisory Committee, I am pleased to announce the appointment of a joint-District Commissioner (DC) team to lead Ingleborough District from Monday 22 July 2019 - they are
Cathy Tazzyman, Carl Unsworth and Jason Waters.
Together, I am confident that the new team will combine their Scouting and leadership experience and help the District to develop, expand and move forward positively. All three are justifiably ambitious for Ingleborough and in taking on this important leadership and management role, I am sure that together they will provide invaluable support to the District's Groups and Sections.
As the new DC team begin their new Scouting challenge, I would like to express my sincere thanks to Anne Cox for leading the District for the past 2½ years and for her years of service to Ingleborough District. Her counsel and loyal support will be missed as she embarks on a new life further afield. I am sure that the new joint-DC team will have your full support and I look forward to visiting your District once again in the not too distant future.
Yours in Scouting