10th Morley (Drighlington) Scout Group
10th Morley (Drighlington) Scout Group

Welcome to Drighlington Scout Group.  Whether you are new to Scouting or have been involved before, we hope our  website will introduce you to our Group and help your child to settle in. 

Our Scout Group has served the Drighlington area for many years and we continue to thrive, with nearly 80 young people taking part in activities each week.  It is our aim is to provide a programme of fun, adventurous and challenging activities to help our young people develop lifelong skills and friendships!

 

Please note at the moment we are operating a waiting list system in all sections. If your child is still intersted in joining then please contact the section leader and we will place their name on to the list.

Beavers (6yrs - 8yrs)

Day - Monday (during term time)

Time - 6.00pm - 7.15pm

Contact - Helen Partlow (Beaver Squirrel)

Email - helenpartlow@hotmail.com

Tel - 07572 787363

Cubs (8yrs - 10.5yrs)

Day - Tuesday (during term time)

Time - 6.30pm - 8.00pm

Contact - Richard Wood (Akela)

Email - drigcubs@googlemail.com

Tel - 07748 944771

Scouts (10yrs - 14yrs)

Day - Thursday (during term time)

Time - 7.00pm - 8.30pm

Contact - Andy Hutchison, Darren Eaton

Email - drighlington.scouts@ntlworld.com

Andy's Email - andrew.hutchison@faelsafe.co.uk
       Tel   - 07915 069632

Darren's Email - darreneaton@talktalk.net 
         Tel   - 07765 355502


Group News

Remberance  Day Parade

District Parade

Meet at Yorkshire Bank in Morley

 at 10.15 

Parade starts at 10.30

Parade to the Cenotaph,

finish approx 12 noon.

All sections  use Online Scout Manager(OSM)

 

Please feel free to log on to find all the information about your child, see how your child is doing on their badges and to see the new programme for the term.

 

Missed out on the Group Activity Shirts and Hoodies!!

 

Orders now being taken for the new production run,

Speak to your leader now or download the order form from located in the event page

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