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We are delighted to support our Scout Groups through 2022 to get our young people accessing the outdoors at this brilliant site. The Activity Center based in Mill Hill, will be free to use for Squirrels, Beavers, Scouts and Explorers from across the District.

Canalside Activity Centre is run by Scouting volunteers for the benefit of young people across #blackburn

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Beautiful Blackburn with Darwen Competition
18/01/2021 By Stuart Parker

Blackburn Scouts have launched a new photography competition giving you the chance to show the wonders of the town through your own eyes.

The free to enter ‘Beautiful Blackburn with Darwen’ contest is open to the whole community with a host of exciting judges signed up to find a winner with an eye for the extraordinary.

Local comedian Tez Ilyas, famous for The Tez O’Clock Show and Man Like Mobeen, the Blackburn Rovers striker Sam Gallagher, local photographer Shafiq Khan, Blackburn MP Kate Hollern and Director of BwD Council Sayyed Osman will all be looking for pictures that best show off the town’s beauty with a fabulous prize for the winner of each category.

Photographs must be taken between 1st January and 31st March 2021 and two categories are open for entries – under 18s and over 18s. A maximum of 3 entries are allowed per person.

Please submit all entries to blackburnscouts@gmail.com with your name, age and the location of your photograph.

The competition closes on 31st March 2021 with judging taking place in April 2021. Please note that by entering you agree to your all images entered will be shared on social media.

Keep up to date with the competition on social media by following @BeautifulBwD or searching #BeautifulBwD on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook for all the latest entries and regular updates.

 

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Return of Face to Face Scouting
01/12/2020 By Stuart Parker
We can now confirm what face to face Scout activity is allowed when England comes out of lockdown this week.
From the beginning of Wednesday 2 December, all tiers in England will be in Amber for youth provision, for those under the age of 18.
The Government and the National Youth Agency have confirmed that youth clubs and activities will be permitted at all three tiers in England, as services such as Scouts are essential to the development and wellbeing of young people, and should continue wherever possible.
As a reminder this means:
Sections can meet with up to 15 young people (aged under 18), plus 5 adults.
The session can take place outdoors or indoors but must be socially distanced.
Face coverings should be worn by anyone of Scout-age plus when indoors. Adults delivering an activity to young people aren’t required to wear a face covering.
 
Groups across Blackburn will make their own decision to open up sections on a Group by Group basis.
 
The readiness level page on the TSA website here: https://scouts-news.org.uk/31ME-13PQG-7AMRBD-P66UB-1/c.aspx

 

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Coronavirus Update
28/08/2020 By Stuart Parker

Scouting across the town is currently suspended until the National Youth Agency readiness level for Blackburn moves to AMBER. The level is currently REd but we hope that will change in the near future.

If you want your child to join Scouting, please follow the links to our Scout Groups across the town to see if your local group has any vacancies. 

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Watersports 2020
16/11/2019 By Stuart Parker

Our District watersports team : WACKYS Active Support Unit have announced the 2020 programme events for Cubs, Scouts and Explorers as well as info on Adult training courses.

Please book the events via the website on the WHATS ON section.

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