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Welcome to the 1st Bramhall Scout Group

Notice: The annual bonfire is a great night and a really important fundraiser for the group. Please support if you can - all family and friends are welcome.  For details of our 2018 bonfire please take a look at the poster via the following link:

***2018 Bonfire Poster***

At 1st Bramhall we aim to have fun and be active, make new friends, progressively meet personal challenges and develop personal and team skills.

To cover the different age ranges the Group has Beaver, Cub and Scout sections. There is an Explorer unit which is part of the Ladybrook Valley Scout District, but meets at the Bramley Centre. Each Section meets on a different night of the week.

The home of the 1st Bramhall Scout Group is the Bramley Centre, Bramley Close, Bramhall. There is a large hall, where most of the activities take place, a smaller meeting room and the Explorers’ den. There are various facilities on site, including an indoor climbing wall.

To see what 1st Bramhall is all about click here.

Scout Group Sections
  • The Beaver Colonies

    The Beaver Colony offers a fun and varied programme of activities for girls and boys aged from six to eight, meeting on Monday evenings (Colts Colony) and Wednesday evenings (Kits Colony).

  • Cub Scouts

    Cubs Scouts take part in lots of fun activities like camping, going on trips, playing games and making things.  Cubs are aged from eight to ten and a half.  Pine Cub Pack meet on Tuesday evenings and Fir Cub Pack meet on Thursday evenings.

  • The Scout Troop

    Scouts are aged from ten and a half to fourteen and meet on Friday evenings.  They take part in activities that help them to develop their abilities and creative talents.  Being outdoors is important, and Scouts learn skills such as camping, survival and cooking, as well as taking part in adventurous activities such as climbing and sailing.

  • Explorer Unit

    Explorer Scouts are young people aged between fourteen and eighteen years old.  They make most of the decisions about the Unit’s programme which is designed to help them develop lifelong leadership skills while having a good time.

  • Registration details

    Scout registration number 04861

The Bramley Centre - home of the 1st Bramhall Scout Group

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