Get involved!

If you want to try new activities, make new friends, have fun, get outdoors, and learn new things, then come and join in!

Volunteer with us

Building better futures for all

Our young people take part in an exciting programme of activities from kayaking to coding.

They develop character skills like resilience, initiative and empathy; employability skills such as leadership, teamwork and problem solving; and practical skills like cooking and first aid.

We can’t wait to welcome your family to our Scout Group, simply fill in the form on this page and contact us if you need any help!

Do you have a waiting list?

We are one of the most popular groups in the area and have to operate a waiting list for Beavers, Cubs & Scouts.

We take in as many children as we can each term and run the sections at maximum capacity but unfortunately not all young people will get a place at 1st Molesey.

It is never too early to apply to our waiting list!

If I volunteer can my child jump the list?

Yes! Our activities have never been more popular and our waiting list continues to grow. We’d love to offer all these children places but we need more adults first!

If you are happy to become a regular assistant/leader we would be able to offer your child the next available place. Click here to find out more about how you could help us.

"Scouting provides a second family to lots of young people. It’s a safe place where they can aspire and grow.

Bear Grylls, Chief Scout

Your involvement

The Scout Group is led by a team of volunteers and all parents/guardians of our members are involved in the running of the group in some way.

It’s great fun and between us we make a massive difference to the lives of young people in Molesey.

You’ll be asked to help at section meetings at least once a term and support the group in other ways. For example:

  • By helping to organise fundraising events
  • By helping to maintain our boats, equipment and Scout Hut
  • By helping more regularly as a section assistant or leader

My child has additional needs

If your child has a disabilty or additional need you may find the following information from Scout HQ of interest.

The Scout Association is committed to being inclusive of all young people, regardless of ability or disability and has a clear Equal Opportunities Policy. There is flexibility within Scouting and all Scout groups should make reasonable adjustments wherever possible to support the inclusion of young people with disabilities or additional needs. Scouting is delivered by adult volunteers and is not a statutory provision (such as the education system, for example); however we endorse systems of supporting our volunteers with inclusion. We encourage local volunteers to meet with the parents/carers of the young person to discuss their individual needs and plan support strategies. In some locations, there are also volunteers specialising in supporting inclusion. However, despite this and the best efforts of our volunteers, there may be situations where a particular Group does not have the capacity or resources to meet the needs of a young person or make the reasonable adjustments necessary. In such instances, local volunteers can work with the parents/carers, to find an alternative Group.

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