Our newest section is a great way for young children and their parents/guardians to socialise and explore.


Have FUN!!! make new friends, play games, explore outdoors, learn new things. Beavers are a ‘Big Adventure’


Learn how to navigate with just your senses, camp in wild forests and go on adventures you never thought possible. 


Scouts help’s to build confidence, resilience, and a sense of adventure, which can be full of surprises. Why not join in and see how far you go.

Preparing young people with skills for life

Spend Time Outdoors

Spending time outdoors is essential for a child’s overall development. It provides opportunities to engage in physical activity, breathe fresh air, and soak up some vitamin D. Outdoor play also promotes creativity, problem-solving skills, and fosters a sense of independence and self-confidence. Research shows that spending time in nature can reduce stress, improve focus, and boost mood. It also encourages children to appreciate and develop respect for the natural world. Overall, outdoor activities can help children develop important life skills and promote a healthy, active lifestyle.

Community & Belonging

When children feel connected to others, they develop a sense of identity and feel valued, which can promote positive self-esteem and self-worth. Children who have a sense of community and belonging also tend to have stronger interpersonal skills, including communication, empathy, and cooperation. This helps them to form positive relationships with others and fosters a sense of responsibility and citizenship. Additionally, being part of a community provides children with a sense of security and support, which can be especially important during challenging times. Overall, having a sense of community and belonging helps children to feel connected, valued, and supported, which promotes their well-being and encourages positive development.

Learn Life Skills

Teaching children life skills is vital as it prepares them to become self-sufficient and independent adults. Life skills, such as communication, problem-solving, time management, and decision-making, are essential for navigating through different aspects of life. These skills help children to develop critical thinking abilities, build confidence, and manage their emotions. By learning life skills, children are equipped with practical tools that enable them to cope with challenges and solve problems that they may encounter in their daily lives. Moreover, learning life skills early on can lead to greater success and fulfillment later in life.

Join the movement

Scouts is a worldwide movement with opportunies for children and adults everywhere. We support 10,000 children every week in West Lancashire alone.

Worldwide Members
West Lancashire