There are many opportunities to get involved at St Luke’s (Maidstone) Scouts no matter if you’re 6 or 60! You can contribute to Scouting in a whole number of ways.
Scouting offers challenge and adventure to 450,000 young people and 100,000 adults across the UK. We believe in helping our Members fulfil their potential by working in teams, learning by doing and thinking for themselves. We give people of every background the chance to stretch themselves, learn new skills and make life-long friends.
Scouting is open to all young people (boys and girls) of every faith and background. We also provide fulfilling volunteering opportunities for adults, as leaders, assistants or administrators.
Become a young member
Are you aged between 6 and 14, would like to try something different and make new friends? Why not get involved as a young member of St. Luke’s Scouts! Depending on your age, you’ll get the chance to try all sorts of adventurous activities, develop team and life skills, and get awards and badges for interests that you already have and new ones you have tried.
Become an Adult Volunteer
Ever thought of what you could offer you community? Maybe you have a skill or trade that you would like to do more with or share? Or maybe you just have a spare couple of hours a month you could give to help? Then maybe becoming an Adult Volunteer with our Group is for you! You don’t always have to become a leader to be an adult volunteer in Scouting. You can help occasionally with a Section, you could bring a skill or ideas to a committee, you could join our dedicated team of Fund Raisers, or may be you could help maintain our HQ. However if you do have time and want to try your at hand at something rewarding, to enrich and better the lives of young people in your community, then why not get involved as a Leader?
If your child is not yet old enough to join, you can sign up to the Register of Interest. We would recommend adding children no younger than 5 years old, as circumstances change quickly in our busy lives, (for instance people move out of the area, change phone numbers and email addresses etc), which then means we can’t invite your child to join.
If you would like to add your child to the waiting list, click here to sign up on our Register of Interest.