What is a Scout Troop?

A Scout Troop is for young people aged from about 10½ to 14. Each Scout Troop consists of small units of about six Scouts called a Patrol, usually led by a Patrol Leader. There are four patrols at the 101st – Raven, Stag, Cobra, and Wolf.

What do we do?

Outdoor activities feature prominently in our programme and we tend to spend a lot of our time outdoors: Climbing, canoeing, hiking, shooting, cycling, playing games…the list goes on. Scouts learn to be self-sufficient, work and live as part of a team, gain leadership skills and most importantly have a lot of fun.
We get out camping at least once per school term and for about a week every summer (although there’s usually more opportunity than that in a year). Our camps range from expeditions and survival camps to “traditional” Scout camps and international jamborees, where we get a chance to meet other Scouts from all over the world.

When and where do we meet?

When: Friday evenings from 8PM to 9:45PM
Where: Quetta Park Community Centre, Church Crookham

Who are the leaders?
Scout (Troop 1)

Kevin Donnelly (Scout Leader) – Email:
Graham Read (Assistant Scout Leader)
Mark Hensby (Assistant Scout Leader)
Ed Hensby (Young Leader)

Scout (Troop 2)

Andrew Parker (Scout Leader) – Email
Carl Buchholz (Assistant Scout Leader)
Kathryn Williams (Assistant Scout Leader)

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