1st St Neots Scouts Group delivers #SkillsForLife to children and young people between the ages of 6 and 18 who live near our base in Bedford St, St Neots, Cambridgeshire.
1st St Neots is one of the oldest groups in the county: indeed one of the oldest in England. We were formed on the 13th May 1910, just three years after Scouting was founded, and have been providing Scouting ever since. When we were formed, we met in a room in the old Paynes Brewery and moved to our own building in 1936 after it was built with a £50 grant from the King George Trust Fund. We are nearing the end of a redevelopment programme that has doubled the size of the building and improved the grounds.
We currently have over 100 youth members and an adult volunteer team of about 40.
As a registered charity – reg no: 303347 – you can access our charity reports via The Charities Commission
We have a Squirrel Drey, two Beaver Colonies, two Cub Packs, two Scout Troops and a Explorer Unit for 14-18yr olds.
- Squirrels is for boys and girls aged 4-6yrs.
- Beavers is for boys and girls aged 6-8yrs.
- Cubs is for boys and girls aged 8-10½ yrs.
- Scouts is boys and girls from 10½ – 14½ yrs .
- Explorers is for young people between the ages of 14 and 18.