About Scout Fellowship
What is Scout Fellowship?
The principle aims of the Scout Fellowship are....
To retain existing Members
Retention of a wealth of contacts, interest, knowledge and experience gained through many years of involvement within the Movement. (Joeys through to Rovers or service as a Leader)
By keeping interest and involvement in the Movement there is a greater potential for Fellowship members to possibly take out adult leadership appointments in the future.
To attract new Members
Those who wish to rejoin the Movement after a period of absence.
Those current members considering leaving the Movement with time constraints due to other commitments ie career, family, travel, continuing education.
To provide a social peer network
Hold social activities to promote Scouting as a family activity.
Current appointed Leaders may join the Scout Fellowship for the social aspects and to help maintain their level of enthusiasm in the Movement and to offer their expert skills to specific activity roles.