The aim of the
Rover Scout Section is to continue the progressive training of the Cub
Scout and Scout Sections and to ensure that its members are given every
opportunity and encouragement to take their place in society as young
people of standing and worth.
The method of
training in this Section is based on the mainly self-programming and
largely self-governing. Venture Scout Unit combined with a progressive
training programme linked to an Award Scheme.
Membership of the Rover Scout Section
To be a Rover
Scout, you are:
Aged between 18 and 25
Enjoy outdoors and adventure activities, exploring new
horizons, participating group activities.
Willing to learn, serving the community
Enjoy the fun
Knotting, Orienteering, Hiking, Camping, Exploration,
Rock Climbing, Pioneering, Sports, Sea Activities, Astronomy, Dancing,
Archery, First Aids, Amateur Radio, Mechanics, Leadership training,
Community Involvement, Public speaking, Organizing Scout activities,
Oversea Camping and International Culture Exchange, etc.