Given the change in guidance from the Government and National Youth Agency, the Scouts plan to move to various readiness levels in England.
From Monday 17th May at 00:01, Derbyshire Scouts are at YELLOW.
Leaders are required to follow this five step process, where you'll be guided through all of the information you need to know to get your section back together safely.
From April 12th, in line with current UK Government guidelines, Drum Hill Scout Camp will be open again for pre-booked groups.
More and more of our activities and facilities will be coming online during the weeks after the re-opening.
Please check out the Drum Hill COVID-19 Information Page for full details about the additional measures still in place on site, procedures for arrivals and departures and what is currently available.
Following in the footsteps of the Kinder event and Border Hike so to speak, I have had to make the same reluctant decision to cancel Rampage for 2021. Colin Newton ACC Scouts
It is with deep regret that we have to announce the cancellation of the 2021 event. With the current restrictions in place which do not permit more than 100 taking part - including staff, we have reluctantly decided to cancel this year's event.
Here is our St George's Challenge to do over the next few weeks. Please post what you've been doing to social media using the HashTag #DerbyshireScouts.
The Programme Team
On March 31st Sue Harris became the new County Commissioner for Derbyshire. You can find out a bit more about her here or follow her adventures as Sue1Harris on Instagram or Twitter
For excitment, fun and adventure!
Ready to begin your adventure?
There are lots of resources available to support leaders run amazing programmes. One of these is 1st Digital Scouts and you can find out more here