Wedmore Scouting

As Scouts, we believe in preparing young people with skills for life. We encourage our young people to do more, learn more and be more. No matter what their age, background or experience, young people can join our adventure, make many great friends and have a good deal of fun in the process. Activities are an integral part of Scouting. But as well as being challenging physically, our activities help young people set and achieve goals and grow in confidence. Adventure is at the heart of everything we do; as it is the single most important thing that sets Scouts apart.
We are almost back together Despite our best efforts last year, being placed in Tier 4 then subject to the third national lockdown prevented us from getting back together. Because of this, our Beavers, Cubs and Scouts have continued with their online 'Zoom' meetings to keep things together. However, from 8th March, England's restrictions will start to lift, as the government's four-step roadmap offers a route back to a more normal life, providing that everyone follows the 'hands, face, space' guidance.  We hope that from 29th March, the second step in the 'roadmap', we will be able to restart. Currently, the Scout Association are working with the National Youth Agency to see how the 'roadmap' affects face-to-face Scouting and will advise us shortly of the way forward. Providing that all this is resolved, we aim to back together in early April.