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Scouts and Explorer's gain some of highest awards !

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On Tuesday 4th September Scouts, Explorer Scouts and Network members from the district attended at Elland Road for the County Awards presentation evening...

Making the awards were the Lord Mayor of Leeds Councillor Anne Castle, and the Queens representative,

Receiving awards were....

Highest award in the scout section ... Chief Scouts Gold Award..... Joseph Barnes 14th; Aidan Cable 12th; Jacob Dawson 9th; James Hardisty 9th; William Heard 14th; James Lee 10th; Oliver Melville 14th; Hazel Radcliffe 7th; Benjamin & Jake Savage 14th:Alex Smith 12th; Tristan Strudwick 12th; William Tate 14th; Ryan Wakefield 10th; Alex Wells 7th; Macauley Wilkinson 9th;

On gaining their Duke of Edinburgh's Bronze award...Freya Chappell ; Aine Donnelly; Jack Sanderson............ Tenzing ESU.

Achieving the highest award achievable to a young member.... the Queens Scout Award...... Laura Patrick .... Tenzing ESU

Cotswold Outdoor

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Cotswold OutdoorCotswold Outdoor

Cotswold Outdoor and The Scout Association have teamed up to offer Members special discounts.

20 per cent off for leaders*
15 per cent off for youth members*

Cotswold Outdoor is now the recommended outdoor high-street retailer for The Scout Association, and our shared enthusiasm for adventure makes this the perfect partnership.

Groups of ShireOak (Leeds) Scout district

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4th - St James Church. scout and guide building (car park) Low Lane. Horsforth. Beavers (Thurs) Cubs (Mon) and Scouts (Thurs)

7th - Scout HQ. New Road Side (Opposite 232/234) Horsforth. LS18 4DU. Beavers (Tues) Cubs (Mon) and Scouts (Mon)

9th - The Grove Methodist Church centre. New Street. Horsforth.   Beavers (Mon & Thurs) Cubs (Mon & Thurs) and Scouts (mon & Thurs)  :

10th - Behind St Peter & St Paul church. New Road Side, Yeadon. LS197HW. Beavers (Tues & Wed) Cubs (Thur & Fri) Scouts (Mon) :

12th - Old Hall. Trinity Church. New Road Side, Rawdon. LS19 6AS. Beavers (Tues) Cubs (Tues) Scouts (Tues)

Jubilee Hall - Layton Avenue. Rawdon. LS19 6QQ. (administered as a satelite of the 12th group) Cubs (Mon) Scouts (Mon)

14th- Church Hall. Guiseley Methodist Church. Oxford Road, Guiseley. LS20 8EP. (summer meetings at Hawksworth Village common HQ) Beavers (Wed) Cubs (Tues) Scouts (Thurs)

15th - Scout HQ. The Green, Guiseley.  Beaversn (Tues) Cubs (Mon & Wed) Scouts (Fri)

16th - Scout HQ. grounds of Yeadon Methodist Chapel. Chapel Hill. Yeadon. LS197RG. Beavers (Tues & Fri) Cubs (Mon & Wed) Scouts (Thurs) 

Adel - Adel Methodist Church. Gainsborough Avenue. Adel. Leeds. LS16 7PG. Beavers (Mon) Cubs (Mon) Scouts (Mon)

St Pauls - St Paul's Church. Raynel Drive. Leeds. (administered as a satalite Group by the Adel group) Cubs (Tues) 

Bramhope Village - Leeds Road. Bramhope (drive to HQ behind large round stone Train Vent opposite entrance to Dyneley Hall 32-34 leeds Rd)  Beavers (Fri) Cubs (Tues) Scouts (Sunday)

Cookridge Methodist- Cookridge Methodist Church. Tinshill Road. Leeds. LS16 7DG. Beavers (Fri) Cubs (Mon) Scouts (Mon)

Cookridge Village - Scout HQ. Pinfold Lane. Cookridge, Leeds. Beavers (Thur) Cubs (Tues) Scouts (Fri) 

Holy Name - Church of the Holy Name. 52 Otley Road. Ireland Wood. leeds. LS16 6HW. Beavers (Thurs) Cubs (Thurs) Scouts (Thurs)

Explorer Scout Units (age group 14 - 18 yrs) are District based and meet utilising the HQ's of the 9th (Tenzing ESU : Wednesdays) 15th (Honey badger ESU : Thursdays) Cookridge Village (Penfold ESU : Mondays) and the 16th (yeadon) 


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