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ROVERS

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Rovers is the final part of the Scout youth programme catering specifically for young adults between 18 and 30 years of age. Rovers is all about adventure, excitement, challenge, achievement and leadership! No previous Scouting experience is required.

Click here to read our Crew Charter.

The ROVER TRAIL

Rovers are the fourth branch of Scouting with a strong focus on community engagement and social inclusion. Rovers develops leadership qualities and encourages Crew Members to grow themselves and find their path in life.

Crews also thrive on social activities such as harbor cruises, inter-crew activities, sailing, hiking, camping, Minute to Win it Challenges and national and international events known as “Moots”.

Rovering can also enhance your CV and increase your value within the employment market as it not only expands physical abilities but also develops character skills such as leadership, problem solving abilities, independence, … which are highly sought after within our current society.

CREW Meetings

A Crew is a small group of around 6 – 20 Rovers who engage in a self-managed weekly/monthly programme.

Meetings include Crew Meetings, Socials, Community Service, Outdoor Activities & more.

ROVERS FOLLOW The Scout law

1. A Scout’s honour is to be trusted;   2. A Scout is loyal;   3. A Scout’s duty is to be useful and help others;   4. A Scout is a friend to all and a brother/sister to every other Scout;   5. A Scout is courteous;   6. A Scout is a friend to animals;   7. A Scout obeys orders;   8. A Scout smiles and whistles under all difficulties;   9. A Scout is thrifty 10. A Scout is clean in thought, word and deed.

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