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The different groups involved


Scouting depends on the efforts of many adults – volunteers and parents. This section of the website provides information for all the different groups involved:

  • Leaders (who usually wear a uniform)
  • Helpers
  • Other volunteers not directly involved with young people
  • Parents



Could you be a Training Adviser?

Do you enjoy meeting and helping people? Are you passionate about seeing good-quality Scouting? Could you be the support an adult new to Scouting is looking for? Could you assist new leaders to go through their training? We need more Training Advisers to support new...

Gang Show time

It's November so it's Gang Show time!  Edinburgh Gang Show returns to the King’s Theatre. Over 250 Cub Scouts and Brownies, Scouts and Guides, Explorer Scouts and Senior Section, Scout Network supported by a backstage team of over 100 Leaders and adult...

Update from John Cannon, our new Chairman of the Region

I would like to say I’m looking forward to performing the role as Chairman and I’m keen to work with everyone to support Margery Naylor, the Regional Commissioner, and her team in delivering great Scouting across the Region. I am at the start of a steep learning curve...

Didn’t we do well?

We celebrated our successes and growth as a Region at our AGM and Annual Review on Wed 4 Oct 2017. About 100 leaders, young people and supporters attended this positive event held at the Girlguiding HQ in Edinburgh. Our AGM, Annual Review and National Prize Graham...

New Training for Managers and Supporters

Have you heard about the new Manager and Supporter training?  If not, here are 10 key facts about how the Region is handling the new national training for Managers and Supporters. 1. Who is it for? Managers, e.g. all Group Scout Leaders (GSLs), Assistant GSLs,...