Pastoral Lamb 34th Reigate (Meadvale) Scout Group Scout Logo

305788 Charity Number


The Meadvale scout group is one of the 17 group in the Reigate and Horley district of Surrey.
The 34th founded in 1930 at St John School by the choirmaster of St John church has been serving the community of Meadvale since moving in 1935 to the centre of the village.

BEAVERS Scouts TUESDAY 18.30 to 19.30
CUBS Scouts WEDNESDAY 18.30 to 20.00
SCOUTS FRIDAY 19.00 to 21.00
EXPLORERS Scouts THURSDAY 19.30 to 21.30

Group 2019 Diary


Chairman - David Thompson
Secretary - Vicky
Treasurer - Gill Fund Raising sub Committie - Caroline


Jon Lowther - Group Scout Leader (GSL)

Beavers Scouts - Beaver Scout Leader - Karen (Otter)

Assistants leaders
  Nicola (Squirrel)  
  Niklas (Eagle)  
Colony Assistants
  Liz (Fox)
  Michael (Bat)

Cubs Scouts - Robert Walker (Bagheera)

Assistants leaders
  Kate Milton (Raksha)
Pack Assistants
  Julian Curry (Baloo)

Scouts - Nicky Shreeves

Assistant leaders
Troop Assistants
  Paul Burgess

Explorers Scouts - Mark Warner

Assistant Leaders
  James K
  Phil M
Unit Assistants
  James V

Young Helpers - All Sections
Meadvale Explorers scouts as part of their Young Leaders and Duke of Edinburgh awards
and other young people as part of their Duke of Edinburgh awards

Contact Group Scout Leader

Training Sections

At whatever age, a young person in the Movement is a 'Scout'.
The progressive scheme of training which spans the six to twenty five age range is made up of five training Sections.
Each Section has its own identity, ethos and style.
They all have adult support which varies in the different age groups.

Beaver Scouts (six and seven year-olds) who meet in 'Colonies',

Cub Scouts (eight to ten and a half year olds) who meet in 'Packs',

Scouts (ten and a half to fourteen year old) who meet in 'Troops'.

Explorers Scouts (fourteen to eighteen year-olds).
- The Meadvale unit meet at the 34th headquarters

Network Scouts (eighteen to twenty five year-olds) who are organised jointly by the District and County
and meet in 'Units' or are attached to Groups as Young Leaders.

These sections are all part of Scouts.

Aim of The Scouting

'The Aim of the Scout Association is to promote the development of young people in achieving their full physical, intellectual, social and spiritual potentials as individuals, as responsible citizens and as members of their local, national and international communities '.

From its inception Scouting has had a simple and positive Promise that is required to be made by all its Members. Together with the Law, this gives a distinctive ethos to the practices of the Movement, and acts as a bond with Scouts in other countries.

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34th Reigate (Meadvale)
Charity No: 305788

Updated : May 2019
This site is maintained by one of the leaders.

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