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Berkshire Scouts: Cub Leader (Pinkneys Green/Littlewick Green)
Pinkneys Green Scout Group wants your help to create every day adventure! The group, in west Maidenhead, is looking for enthusiastic adult volunteers to help lead at one of their two Cubs Packs (ages 8-10.5) on Wednesday evenings from 6.25-8pm. You can choose to help at Winter Hill Road in Pinkneys Green or Gilchrist Way in Littlewick Green - the choice is yours. Cubs develops young people through fun, challenge and adventure. This volunteer opportunity involves helping to plan and run the exciting programme of activities for the children, as well as go on fun trips and outings! You could get involved! From abseiling to zorbing - we do it all! We can offer you a free DBS check, free training, masses of career skills, and a great chance to improve your CV. There's also plenty of support from fellow volunteers and the chance to meet new people and engage with your community. The most important part is that it's fun and incredibly rewarding. No skills or experience required. Full training is available. DBS check is required. We promote flexible volunteering. The Cub Packs meet weekly on a Wednesday evening. You can volunteer weekly, fortnightly, monthly - whatever suits you. Want some more info? Contact us for a chat Scouting in the UK is organised through The Scout Association. Its purpose is to help young people, aged 6-25 years old, achieve their full physical, intellectual, social and spiritual potential as individuals, as responsible citizens and as members of their local, national and international communities. With 570,000 members in the UK, Scouting is the largest mixed youth organisation in the country. Scouting happens in over 130 communities across Berkshire, involving over 9,200 young people from a wide range of backgrounds. [Maidenhead Evenings CYP]
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