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Scouts Rutland

Scouting for all

Scouting is a values based movement and membership is open to all those who share our fundamental values. 

The Equal Opportunities Policy outlines what we do to ensure the movement is open and accessible; and that people are treated equally and with respect. This policy is reflective of the ethos of Scouting, expressed by our fundamental values (integrity, care, co-operation, respect and belief) and our commitment to delivering Scouting for all.

By removing any real or perceived barriers to participation, we can ensure that even more young people can enjoy the adventure of Scouting and that Scouting will be as diverse as the communities in which we live.

You don't have to be the next Bear Grylls to get involved. We're looking for both kids who want to try something different and have great fun, as well as adults who can offer us a bit of time and their skills.

If you're interested in finding out a bit more about Scouting in Rutland, drop us a line

Rutland Groups

  • 1st Uppingham: LE15 9QP
  • Oakham All Saints Scout Group: 58 Grampian Way, Oakham, LE15 6NL
  • 1st North Luffenham: LE15 8JR
  • 2nd Cottesmore (St Nicholas): Scout Hut 23 Main Street Cottesmore, LE15 7DH
  • Rutland Explorer Scouts
  • Rutland Scout Network

Who to contact

Contact Name
Katie Smit
Contact Position
District Commissioner

Time / Date Details

When is it on
For Individual Venues, Dates and Times please contact the nearest relevant Scout Troop Via E-mail for details.

Other Details


Costs for Attendance and individual events may vary, please contact the relevant Scout Troop via for details.


Age Ranges
Beavers (6–8) Cubs (8-10½) Scouts (10½–14) Explorer Scouts (14–18) Scout Network (18-25)
Referral required

This page was last updated on: 02/07/2020

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