The 121st Clarkston Glasgow Scout Group has been in
the heart of Clarkston for over 90 years. We’ve over 400 youth and adult
members across our group, with three Beaver colonies, three Cub packs, two
Scout troops and an Explorer Scout Unit.
the development of young people in achieving their full physical, intellectual,
social and spiritual potential, as individuals, as responsible members of their
local, national and international communities. We do it by providing everyone with exciting and
adventurous activities with progressive training based on the scout promise and
law, guided by adult leadership.
and Cubs take part in balanced programmes, working through various challenge and activity badges. Our Beavers get
opportunities to learn about themselves, explore their feelings and develop
good habits of health and personal safety. Cubs work together, go to indoor
camps and learn new skills.
Outdoor activities feature prominently in our Scout troop; map reading, camp cooking,
first aid and team work skills are practiced throughout the year and Scouts get
the opportunity to put them to good use at the multiple camps held during the
Scouts are encouraged to work with other explorer scouts throughout
the district, widening their opportunities to take experience many more
activities. We also encourage our Explorer scout to help our Beaver, Cubs and
Scout sectional meetings as young leaders - passing on the skills and
experiences they have acquired throughout their scouting journey.