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The Big Adventure

If you want to use camps to recruit parents then you can call this a Big Adventure. The chief scout wants you to get involved... and he knows an adventure when he sees one.

Using camps to recruit parents

Any camp or event taking place which includes an overnight stay is a great opportunity to involve parents on the team and recruit them as volunteers.

We have compiled a guide to help you through the process of using camps to recruit parents, which you can find on member resources. By recruiting more adult volunteers, we can get young people off joining lists and into Scouting.

Go to Using camps to recruit parents

Register now

If you are planning on running a camp this year, or are interested in finding out more, please register now.

You will receive regular updates, including case studies, practical ideas and competitions with amazing prizes such as:

  • An all-inclusive camp for 30 at one of our national scout activity centres (worth £1000)
  • Two camping weekends at one of our national scout activity centres.

Supported by Sainsbury’s Active Kids

Sainsbury’s Active Kids is thrilled to support The Big Adventure for a third year in a row. We share the same passion to get more young people outdoors and active, so please make sure you hold your own Big Adventure to get people excited about Scouting!

Active Kids 2012 kicks off on 15 February, so make sure your group is registered and ready to start collecting vouchers! With an incredible range of sports, outdoor and cooking equipment available, there’s plenty to help entertain everyone at your Big Adventure. For more information on Active Kids click here.



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