Do any of the following describe you?
- Community minded?
- Want to give something back?
- Keen to share your experience?
- Want to learn new skills?
- Want to improve your well being?
- Or even want to improve your career prospects?
Then get involved with 1st Godstone Scout Group Committee.
The Group is looking for a couple of new members (or more) to join the Group Executive Committee and help with the management of the Group and it’s assets.
This involves managing the money and our lovely Tudor style building, The Endeavour, as well as fund raising, and monitoring Health and Safety and Training.
The day to day running of the Sections (the Beavers, Cubs and Scouts) is NOT a function of the Group Executive.
Committee meetings take place on average every three months or so.
There is some on line training to help you understand your role within the Scouting movement which can be done to suit you in your own time.
Being a Group Committee member is a non-uniformed role that does not require you to come into contact with young people, unless you want to.
This is not an onerous or time consuming role, you just need to wish to contribute to your community.
All are welcome, however we always need more marketing/PR/Social media expertise
If you would like to know more about joining 1st Godstone Scout Group Executive Committee please contact
Steve Beagley (Group Chairman) firstname.lastname@example.org
or Mark Wiles (Group Scout Leader ) email@example.com
or Contact us through the website HERE
Welcome to 1st Godstone Scout Group.
Godstone village is in Surrey – a great place to do our Scouting. We've got plenty of places to get out and get muddy with miles of walks, both local and national close by.
1st Godstone Scout Group has been in Godstone since 1908. It provides Scouting to over 50 young people boys and girls in three sections Beavers, Cubs and Scouts.
The Group meets in The Endeavour on Godstone green.
If you are new to Scouting or wish to find out more about 1st Godstone, then this website provides plenty of information about us our history and what we do, including how to join.
If you or your children are already in the Group, then you should be able to find most things you need including information on your section and some useful resources.
If you're new to the village, the Scout group is a good place to get involved in something that really does make a difference to young lives, building confidence and self esteem. We do this by learning through adventure and fun.
Too many children grow up without experiencing real challenge and adventure.
Together we can all make a difference through Scouting. If you'd like to be a part of it, please contact us.
We hope you enjoy our website and that it gives you all the information you need.