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How do I join?

If you (or your child) would like to join the Beavers, Cubs or Scouts, please complete our on-line joining form:

Request to Join Form


The Beavers, Cubs and Scouts are run by volunteers (mainly parents). Every family needs to help in order to keep things running... and we need more adults to help run activities with the young people. Speak to any leader or email the Group Scout Leader gsl "at" comelybankscouts.org.uk.

We have maximum capacity for 20 young people born in each calendar year, once a year is full, names will be added to our waiting list.



General Information

The Friday Beavers (age 6-8), King Louie's Cubs (age 8 - 10.5) and Scouts (age 10.5 - 14.5) all meet (separately) on Friday evenings in St Stephen's Church, Comely Bank (corner of East Fettes Avenue and Comely Bank Road).

The Tuesday Beaver Colony (age 6-8) meets on Tuesdays at Bristo Baptist Church (Dean Path).

Colonel Hathi's Cub Pack (age 8 - 10.5) meets on Tuesdays in Dean Parish Church (Dean Path).


The Explorer Scouts (age 14 - 18) meet on Mondays at Bristo Church - see www.pinkpanthersexplorers.org.uk


St Stephen's Church, Comely Bank website - www.comelybankchurch.com

Map (streetmap) Map (Ordnance Survey) - grid reference NT240747

Group Scout Leader - Graeme Robertson - gslatsign.gif

Details of section leaders are on the Beavers, Cubs, Scouts and Explorers pages.



Catchment

The members of the Comely Bank Scout Group (122nd Craigalmond) live in Comely Bank, Craigleith, Craigleith Hill, Dean Village, Ravelston, West End, parts of Stockbridge and the "Inverleith" area around Ferry Road (broadly the Flora Stevenson's school catchment or the south of the Broughton High School catchment).

We are part of the Craigalmond Scout District, and so are also known as 122nd Craigalmond Scout Group.