What we do
Beaver Scouts Cubs Scouts Scouts Explorers Scouts Scout Network Active Support

6-8 Years
Make friends and try new indoor and outdoor activities

8-10½ years
Learn practical skills while having adventures with friends

10½-14 years
Build confidence, resilience and a sense of adventure

14-18 years
Take the lead, work together and embrace new experiences

18-25 years
Hone employability skills and achieve top awards

18 upwards
Volunteer on a flexible basis
Welcome to our site!

Welcome to the home of Caludon Scouts!

Where are we Located?

We are located in the North of Coventry, stretching from Holbrooks to Wolston, consisting of 14 groups and 5 Explorer units. If you want to know the exact locations of these groups click on the group tab above. We are lucky in our District to have Beaver Colonies,  Cub Packs, Scout Troops, Explorer Units and a Network Unit. 

 

District Ethos

As a District we strive to give each young person who walks through our doors a fun, full packed programme to enable them to learn new skills and build upon new ones. Our groups run a varied programme and also provide the young people with exciting trips abroad and camping experiences. These experiences can be local, further afield and jointly as a District. 

 

Coronavirus

Although Coronavirus has currently stopped us from meeting in person we have been busy behind the scenes making sure our Young People are still being provided the tools to continue their Scouting adventure. In the members tab and located under "The Great Indoors" you will find all you need to continue the Scouting fun. 

 

Building
skills for life
Building
skills for life
Building
skills for life
Character skills like resillience
initiative, independence and
tenacity.
Employability skills like leadership,
teamwork and problem solving.
Practical skills like coding, cooking
and First Aid.
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