Joining Group – Volunteer

Volunteering with our group can mean anything from spending a few minutes every few months on an administrative task to running section meetings. As a leader / assistant we would also offer exciting opportunities for your own development and to gain the most out of Scouting.

We have the below vacancies in particular:

  1. Group Chairperson
  2. Assistant Scout Group Leader
  3. Section Leader Assistance
  4. Section Leaders

We’d love to hear from you if you’d like to help us support the children in our area, and would ask you to complete the form at the bottom of this page.

About us

Dunblane Scout Group has played a prominent part in the community over the last forty years and we are part of the Stirling and Trossachs District, one of the four Districts which together form the Forth Region.

We are in the fortunate position to own a purpose built facility in Ochlochy.  This comprises of a large meeting hall with a climbing wall, one large committee room, a small committee room, a leaders’ room, a kitchen and extensive storage facilities.  The building is fully centrally heated.
The Group have an extensive range of modern camping equipment allowing our members to attend camps on a regular basis.

The Scout Group have three section levels:

  • Beavers – age range 6 to 8 years Tuesday / Friday 6.30pm to 7.30pm
  • Cubs – age range 8 to 10 ½ years Monday / Wednesday 6.30pm to 8.00pm
  • Scouts – age range 10 ½ to 14 years Tuesday 7.45pm to 9.15pm / Thursday 7.30pm to 9.15pm

Next steps

If you are interested in becoming a Leader or Sectional Assistant you will require to attend an informal meeting with the Group Scout Leader Kenneth McDonald who will discuss the following topics:

  • The structure of Scouting both locally and within the Region/District.
    Information regarding the various sections within the Group.
  • The opportunities within the Group.
  • The training requirements of Leaders.
  • The District Appointments Committee involvement in your becoming a Leader.

If you then decide to apply to become a Leader an application form and a PVG form for an enhanced disclosure will be available for you to complete.
To complete a PVG form the applicant will require to bring three forms of identity:
Passport / Driving Licence (picture) / recent Utility Bill (Also required is your National Insurance number )
If you already have an enhanced PVG for working with children you will require the documents above and your PVG membership number.
If, after the meeting, you decide that you would like to experience a meeting at a relevant section this can then be organised by the GSL.
If you would be interested in helping at any of the sections please contact the Group Scout Leader Kenneth McDonald who would be very pleased to arrange a meeting with you at the Scout Hall.

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