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Specialist Networks

It might be useful to consider a structure that includes Scout Networks attached to specialist activities

Examples might be:

These may be in addition to Scout Networks undertaking a specific activity such as a trip abroad or a community service project.

No matter what structure of Scout Network is developed, it is important that all members get the chance to take part in a full and balanced programme – and to have a say in developing the structure. If you're thinking of starting one up, have a look at the criteria for establishing a Scout Network.

Criteria for establishing a Scout Network


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