Want to do fun and adventurous activities such as camping, shooting and power kiting?
Aged between 18 and 25?
Want to meet like minded people?
So if you could answer yes to any of the above then our Network's for
As a Scout Network member you will have the opportunity to participate
in a variety of activities and be able to gain awards such as the Queen's Scout
Award and the Duke of Edinburgh Awards which will give you a great sense of
achievement and will look great on your CV.
Network is an excellent way of staying in Scouting after Explorers and
putting those skills to the test, or joining Scouting to enjoy a variety of
Faversham Network is run and organised by its members. Our programme
consists of what you want to do.
We've had winter camps of hiking, board games and cooking, summer camps of
sailing, kayaking and pioneering, and days of archery and shooting.
We also take pride in providing help and assistance to the District and
other Sections. Each year we organise and run the
Faversham Scout District Challenge for Scouts and Explorers, a mix of fun activities, challenging
scouting skills and silliness.
You can visit the
Galleries to see snaps of past events.
We are part of Kent Scout Network and are actively involved in
the County events.
We've been rained on in North
Wales at KN 2010, dressed up for the Monopoly Run, danced the night away at
Bash at the Barn and relaxed at Chill Out Camp.
And now many of us have friends from across the county.
Check out the
KN website to see what's on the horizon.
Queen's Scout Award
The Queen's Scout Award is the culmination of everything one
does in Scouting. It provides the opportunity to challenge yourself and learn and
develop in lots of different ways, in order to achieve this very special award.
More information is available on the
Scout Association Website.