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Enhance your CV – join us as a Volunteer Leader or Supporter

9 May 2019

Learn more
Be more
Our highly successful Scout Group now has new member waiting lists in place. We are also finding that places for visits, camps and other activities are frequently over-subscribed. So we’re always looking for new volunteers to join our experienced team and enhance the programme for our members.
Contribute to an amazing life experience for both you and our local …

Robert (Bob) Jack

10 Apr 2019

Bob Jack
A First Cuffley Scout and Venture Scout leader

Robert Jack, also known as “Robin” or “Bob.” was brought up in Prestonpans, East Lothian. He initially joined scouting as a Wolf Cub and in his early years progressed through Scouts, Rover Scouts and served as a Wolf Cub leader.
Through this experience he developed and told a variety of stories that were …

Maintenance Day – thank you

1 Apr 2019

HQ maintenance – Saturday March 30th 2019
Many thanks to our Explorers, Scouts, Cubs, Beavers, leaders, Crew and parents who supported Saturday’s maintenance day. 

 We got a great deal completed and the environment from which we deliver Scouting is so much better for it.

A special ‘shout out’ goes to North London Plant Hire who provided some power tools to help get the …

Group Camp

16 Feb 2019

Group Camp announcement

We are pleased to confirm the initial arrangements for this year’s Group Camp. 

The camp will run from 5th July – 7th July 2019;
It will be held at Phasels Wood Scout Activity Centre at Kings Langley; 
Beavers, Cubs, Scouts and Explorers, you are all invited to join us;
Everyone will have the opportunity to particiapate in an exciting range of age …

General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) training

3 Feb 2019


GDPR requirement
All our adult leaders and other appointment holders are required to complete Scout focussed GDPR training. This covers the basic information we need to know in relation to data protection regulations and how they apply to our Scouting roles. The topics include:

Personal Data;
Individuals’ rights;
Accountability & Governance.

This training is presented as e-learning. To begin it please click here.
The module produces a certificate …

Member Only Content Access (1st time log-in process)

27 Jan 2019

Log-in and registration process for member only content access
To access section specific resources, activity details and exclusive member- family content, please register with our site.
Following your successful site registration we will give you access rights relevant to your interests and requirements.

Any issues? Please take a screen shot and use our Contact Us Form to tell us about them.
Please note that it …

2020 European Jamboree – at Gdansk, Poland

21 Jan 2019


An invitation from Potters Bar District
Dear Scout / Explorer,
I am writing to you on behalf of Potters Bar and District to offer you the opportunity to apply for a place in the County Jamboree Unit that will be going to the European Scout Jamboree to be held in Gdansk in Poland in July and August 2020. There has not been …

Armistice reflection – by the Cuffley Explorer Unit

12 Nov 2018

A time for reflection
This post was written by Paul Kaye, our Explorer Scout Leader in 2018. As it deals with important topical points of wider interest we are pleased to re-post it. 
Armistice Day and the act of remembrance
The Armistice Day events are probably more relevant to the Explorer Scout age group than the other sections. It was boys of this …

Camp Fire With Carols and Christmas Music

6 Nov 2018

Sunday 2nd December
3pm – 6pm
At our HQ & in our grounds
No admission charge


We are pleased to present a traditional camp fire in our newly upgraded fire circle*. This Group event will include chants and stunts together with Christmas carols, camp fire songs and Christmas music. *There will be a foul weather alternative.
Before and after the fire you’ll have the opportunity to …

Half Marathon Run Challenge – completed on Sun 14 Oct 2018

14 Sep 2018


A hard run with a hard agenda
Last year one of our Scout mums, much against her better judgement, trained for and ran in an event to support a cancer charity. Having completed this feat she adamantly stated that nothing would ever persuade her to run again as she ‘really did not enjoy that sort of thing one bit’. A couple …