Membership is opened to all people of any race, creed or religion, male and female and non-binary between the ages of 6 years to 18 years.
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Our annual membership fees are £60 per young person per term. This covers the capitation fee for Scout headquarters as well as the general costs of running the Sections. These include heating, lighting, badges, administration and materials for meetings. Subs are payable at the start of each term in September, January and April each year. We aim to ensure that cost is not a barrier to participating in Scouting and so you have difficulties with paying please contact the Group Scout Leader.
Capitation fees go towards the day to day running of headquarters, plus personal insurance for each member with a small amount to cover the costs of administration for the County and District. The fees are paid annually by the group on 1st January each year, and is included in the above annual Subscriptions.
We are a uniform organisation, therefore all Members are expected to wear the correct uniform of their section when attending section meetings and any other activities including camps and outings unless permission has been given for uniform not to be worn. The uniform consists of:
- Group Scarf
- Navy blue Scout activity trousers or School grey trousers
- Belt (Scout Section)
The group scarf is purchased through the group.
Navy blue plain or combat trousers may be worn instead of the official uniform.
All items of uniform must be marked with the member’s name.
Uniform can be purchased on line at Richmond Scouts shop.
Data Protection Act
- All personal information given on any forms are in the strictest confidence.
- Information is only used by the group for group activities.
- Permission to camp forms – after the event has taken place are shredded.
- A list of personal details are kept on a data base with a password protection.
The Group takes part in two key events every year at which all young people and leaders are expected to attend. These are the Remembrance Sunday parade to the war memorial in Sheen in November and the Richmond District St George’s Day parade in April. St. George is the Patron Saints of Scouts and members renew their Scout Promises at the event which is held on the nearest Sunday to St George’s Day on 23rd April each year.
The following forms need to be completed by the Parents when their Son/Daughter joins the Group. They are:
- Scouts Young Person Information Form
- Photo permission and Mortlake Green permission form
- Gift Aid Form (optional)
Payment will be required at the time of the young person becoming a Member of 2nd Mortlake Scout Group. If this will cause difficulties, please contact the Group Scout Leader.