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Documents such as the Badge Order Form and the Contact Directory (and other documents) can be found on the Downloads page (found under Resources on the menu at the top. These are only available to logged in Leaders (only Leaders can actually see the download entry). If you don't already have an account there's a link to Create New Account on the left margin. There are login accounts for Executive, Leaders, Young Leaders & Youth Members (Beavers, Cubs, etc.).

Leader Wood Badge Training


On the morning of 8 September 1919, 19 men dressed in short trousers and knee socks, their shirt sleeves rolled up, assembled for the first Scoutmasters' training camp at Gilwell Park. The camp was designed and run by Robert Baden-Powell.

Continue the tradition and reserve your place for an upcoming training session to complete your Wood Badge training.

Tuesday 23rd September 2014 at Cunninghan House
Module 16 Introduction to residential Experiences
Module 17 Running Safe Activities
Contact Trevor Denning to reserve a place at


Saturday 29th November 2014, 1.30 to 5pm at 1st Douglas Headquarters

Module 6 Changes in Scouting
Module 7 Scouting for all
Module 8 Skills of Leadership
Module 9 Working with Adults
Contact Chris Bates to reserve a place at


Saturday 17th January 2015,1.30 to 6pm at 1st Douglas Headquarters

Module 11 Administration
Module 13 Growing the movement
Module 14 Young People today
Module 15 Challenging Behaviour
Module 19 International
Contact Chris Bates to reserve a place at

For Module 10, First Aid, findthe dates of upcoming courses on the website here.

Have a clear-out and support the Scout Association's car boot sale stall

Fancy a clearout?
The Scout Association - Isle of Man has a stall at Junior Achievement's carboot sale at Onchan Park on Sunday, August 24th. 
We are looking for donations of items to sell or raffle - it doesn't what but it must in good condition and working order. 
Donations can be brought on the day or ring me before the day for collection - 264499. 
Any volunteers to man the stall will also be most welcome.
Monies raised will go towards sending one Scout, one Explorer and one Sea Scout to Liverpool in late December to receive the Peace Light of Bethlehem and bring it to the Isle of Man for the first time in it's 28 year history.

Scouts Kayak Polo Competition

Open to all members of Scout age and above on the Island are invited to this action packed fun Kayak Polo Competition.  

Teams are to be made up of four Scouts, Explorers, Network or Leaders or even mixed Scouts, Explorers, Network and Leaders. You don’t even have to be a good paddler, as you won’t be using paddles! The only criteria for entering is that each team member can swim 25 metres in light clothing.

Date: Saturday, 19 October
Time: 15:00 Sharp to 18:00 - (please arrive at 14:45 to register)
Where: Peel Swimming Pool
Cost: £2.00/person (to cover the cost of hiring the pool and to go towards prizes)

For more information download the event flyer

Royal Show 2014

The Scout Association and The Guide Association joined forces to not only promote Scouting & Guiding in the Isle of Man. We were also there to help aise money to send Scouts & Guides across to the UK to bring the Peace Light of Bethlehem to the island for the very first time.


At the Royal were leaders from 5th Douglas, 3rd Peel Sea Scouts, 1st Ballaugh, Scout Active Support and  on behalf of 3rd Castletown, which is starting in September. Not only did many other leaders and parents drop by, but a group of Guides (and one Cub) from Dublin also came by.  We met young people who were active with their local Scout Group in the UK. We met one person who was a member of their Cub Pack in Shopshire.

 It was a great weekend networking with the Guides, other leaders and visitors to the island. We had the chance speak with visitors about Scouting and hopefully a few new recruits.

For more pictures from the weekend check out the event's photo gallery on the website.

Scout Active Support Keep Busy for Manx Scouting

The members of Scout Active Support is busy organising events for Scouting in the Isle of Man. Their members attended a wide range of events over the last few months including helping at Tynwald Day with parking and the stall, the TT scoreboarda, Peel Day, Cub Camp, Beaver Sports Day and attending the Scout Association AGM.

They met last Friday, 1 August and the minutes are available to signed in members on the Active Support page. Among the discussions were many up coming events.

  • Island at War - Saturday & Sunday, 16/17 August. Active Support has been asked participate.
  • Scout Lunch - The next lunch will be held on Friday, 19 September at the Palace Hotel. A chance to have a casual meal with Scouting members both past and present.
  • Camp Fire (see flyer) - Saturday, 20 September.  Purely social evening around the fire for adults only. All in Scouting and partners over the age of 18 welcome.
  • Scout Dinner (see invitation) - Saturday, 22 November. The 2014 Scout Dinner will be held at the Masonic Hall in Douglas. Booking details on the invitation. RSVP by 20 September.

​Scout Active Support members available to share their extensive skills and experience. Whether its teaching a particular skill or assisting with a specific event. Read the Active Support flyer and take advantage of them; they're there to support Scouting in any way thay can.

Adult Training Days for Your Diary

The North West Regional Development Team are coming to deliver some training for us so a good turn out is hoped for. The two days training will focus upon leadership skills, development and management.

Practical Managers' Day

Saturday 6th September

This day is for ALL GSL's, AIC's and AGSL's. Topics will include managing your group, working with your executive committee, reviewing roles, safeguarding, safety and risk assessments, finances, record keeping, challenging behaviour, nights away etc. and any other topics you have concerns about.

Development Day

Suday 7th September

This day is for ALL leaders plus GSL's if they can come and it would be ideal if two leaders from each group and explorer leaders attended. Topics will include recruitment of leaders and young people, development plans, programmes, records and leadership.

Both days will assist us to manage the groups effectively, guided by POR and to ensure procedures and practices are in place. Many questions will be welcome including topics such as camp sleeping separation, risk assessment, disclosure checks and who needs them and I refer to executive committee members and parent helpers [occasional helpers need a disclosure check] accident forms, and anything you like.

Each day will commence at 10 am and finish at 4 pm.

Please bring a packed lunch though tea and coffee will be provided.

Saturday Venue: It is to be hoped that we can meet at our new building at Mullin ny Carty if there is enough room for us with the stores moving in! This venue to be confirmed.

Sunday Venue: 2nd Onchan Scout Hall


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