Throughout the year, we run a number of events, beyond our training courses, for adult volunteers. Available here is information on these events which are normally held annually.
As details are confirmed about the next of each of these events, we’ll share links to more information.
Celebration and AGM
Next due to take place: Thursday 23rd September 2021, 7pm
The evening will provide an opportunity for us to say ‘thank you’ to our members, as well as celebrate your achievements, across our 145 Scout Groups and 11 Districts – and serves as the Annual General Meeting of Merseyside County Scout Council.
Leadership and Support Summit
Next due to take place: Saturday 10th April 2021, 9.30am to 1pm
This online event is open to Group Scout Leaders (and Deputies), Assistant District Commissioners (and District Supporters), Assistant County Commissioners (and County Supporters) and District Commissioners (and Deputies).
Outdoor Skills Weekend
Next due to take place: Friday 24th to Sunday 26th March 2023.
Venue: Tawd Vale Adventure Centre.
Now in its eighth year the event is based upon an In-depth hands on practical course structured around the bases listed below plus a few impromptu ones, with no theory elements.
The course is suitable for both new and established Adult Leaders through all sections; and although not a required Scouting Training Module, a certificate of attendance is awarded plus various other awards. There is no pass or fail element; this course is run by Leaders with skills to assist fellow Leaders to gain knowledge from an array of traditional Scouting and additional skills, on a free to roam day and night basis, allowing you to gain hone re-kindle or refresh old ones.
You will be attending as a member of a group camp, contributing to and sharing all aspects of the camps upkeep. All equipment for the bases is supplied excluding personal sleeping tents and sleeping kit. You may bring your own axes, knives & saws – even if blunt.