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Following the advice of The Scout Association, Batchworth Sea Scouts suspended all face-to-face scouting activities in late March.  This includes our weekly Beaver, Cub, Scout and Explorer scout meetings plus fundraising events and camps.  Our waiting lists remain open for applicants, pending the resumption of a full scouting programme when appropriate.


Batchworth Sea Scouts is part of the Scout Association and have active Beavers, Cubs, Scouts and Explorers sections covering ages 6 to 18, all of which meet regularly at our Headquarters on Riverside Drive in Rickmansworth.

From kayaking down rapids to climbing rock faces; wild camping on Dartmoor to yacht sailing on the South Coast – we do it all.

Scouting has never been so popular. All our sections operate a waiting list for prospective young members and we encourage you to contact us early in order to register your child with us.

Increasing the number of adult leaders and helpers at Batchworth would allow us to deliver the programme of activities we would like for the young people in the area.

Volunteers need no previous experience in Scouting; full training and support is provided and you don’t need to be a current parent either. From 18 upwards, age is no barrier. You only need to commit as much or as little time as you can and you can fit volunteering around your work and family commitments.

Check out the opportunities we have here

More to the point, it’s fun. And not just for the kids…!

Suspension of Scouting

Following the advice of The Scout Association, Batchworth Sea Scouts is sorry to confirm that all face-to-face scouting activities are currently suspended until further notice.  This includes our weekly Beaver, Cub, Scout and Explorer scout meetings plus events including our fundraisers & camps.

However, we continue to keep in touch with all members and to devise alternative ways of delivering a service to our community.  Leaders are providing advice on completing badgework and other scouting activities that can be attempted from home.

Thank you to everyone for your support in these times and please contact us with ideas, suggestions and requests.

Click here to see an example of the activities the Explorer Scouts have undertaken and to learn how to make your own see-through facemask.

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