2018 Great British Beach Clean Up

Saturday 15th September was the Great British Beach Clean and the Scout Association encouraged Scouts across the UK to collect refuse from local beaches or waterways. Both Batchworth troops (Endeavour & Discovery) took on the challenge, collecting almost a quarter tonne of rubbish (including a sofa!) from alongside and in our local rivers and canal.

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Covid-19 and Scouting

Batchworth Sea Scouts follows the advice of The Scout Association in relation to the safe delivery of Scouting, who in turn work with The National Youth Agency to translate Government advice into governance rules.  They have implemented a tiered Readiness Level, controlling the type of activities that can be delivered based on local conditions.

We are currently at GREEN readiness level meaning only limited formal restrictions apply to our activities.

We are still required to consider all risks associated with Covid and to mitigate these as appropriate, but we are looking forward to conducting a busy scouting programme this Autumn.

Meeting Times

Meeting times are subject to occasional amendment to accommodate the best programme delivery.