Hampshire Scouting AGM June 21st

Annual Review 2011

Annual Review 2011

This evening we were back in Winchester for the Annual Hampshire Scouting Review & AGM.

We were greeted by many members of the Scouting movement, from the very young to the not so young.

The formal part of the evening started with a presentation which featured film of a conservation project undertaken in Belize, another film of the recent Scout Jamboree in Sweden, where there were 40,000 Scouts from across the world, and a question and answer session with groups ranging from Beaver Scouts to pack leaders and including leaders of newly formed packs. One of the two co-presenters was Emma Hale from Waterlooville, and she was later elected as a youth representative on the Council of the Scout Association.

Part of the Tanzania Team

Part of the Tanzania Team

There are almost 21,000 Scouts of all ages in Hampshire, and a group of them will shortly be going to Tanzania to build a dispensary.

Scouting is growing in popularity across the County, but there is always room for more.

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