Membership management

Online Scout Manager (OSM) is the database through which we manage our communications, payments and event attendance and where you can find details of your child’s programme and badge work. You will be sent a login when you join. Please make sure your contact details are up-to-date including any dietary, medical or other additional needs.


Our Meeting Places

St Johns Church
Amherst Road
Tunbridge Wells, TN4 9LG
St Luke’s Church
St Luke’s Road
Tunbridge Wells, TN4 9JH
Adamswell Scout Campsite
Broom Lane
Langton Green
Tunbridge Wells, TN3 9JL

Our Sections

Age 6-8 years

COLONY ONE

MONDAYS 17:00 – 18:15 St Luke’s Church 

Beaver Section Leader: Jon Yeomans

     

COLONY TWO

THURSDAYS 16:30 – 17:15 St John’s Church  

Beaver Section Leader: Jessica Moore

Age 8-10.5 years

PACK ONE

THURSDAYS 17:30 – 18:45 St John’s Church

Cub Section Leader: Ginny Wishart

PACK TWO

THURSDAYS 18:00 – 19:15  St John’s Church

Cub Section Leader: Jonathan Pollatos

Age 10.5 – 14 years

SCOUT TROOP

THURSDAYS  19:30-21:00  St John’s Church           

Scout Section Leader: Paul Batchelor


Uniform

All young people should have the following official Scouts uniform and a yellow and red St John’s necker which they are presented with when they join:

Beavers – turquoise jumper

Cubs – green jumper

Scouts – scout shirt

Uniform jumpers and shirts can be bought online at The Scout Store, but for the best prices and an opportunity to try on, do visit the volunteer-run Scout Shop in Tonbridge. Check their website for opening times.

St John’s ‘Blues’

St John’s Scout Group also has a bespoke ‘blues’ range of clothing just for our scout group, designed for scouting camps and events and as a practical and cost-effective alternative for outdoor activities.

The blue St John’s t-shirt or polo shirt is part of the Beaver & Cub uniform and should be worn under their uniform jumpers on a regular evening session. There’s no need to buy a Beavers or Cubs logo T-shirt as well.  We hope this saves you money as it can be worn all the way through the age groups and just replaced as and when needed, rather than each time you move up.

Particularly for Scouts, whose uniform does not include a jumper, blues hoodies are a great option so that uniform can be kept smart for inside sessions and special occasions. 


Badges and where to sew them…

Our badges and awards are part of what makes us Scouts. Not only do our young people love earning them, they help add structure, purpose and variety to the programme.

Chief Scout Awards are the highest awards you can achieve in each age section. To earn it, you’ll need complete all of the challenge awards, as well as activity badges. We aim to focus on one challenge award plus a few activity badges each term.

More about badges…

Badge placement

You can see which badges you have earned and where to sew them in the ‘Badges’ section of your OSM account, or click on the links below to see a diagram:

Beaver badge placement

Cub badge placement

Scout badge placement


Our Partners

UK Scouts Website

Kent Scouts Website 

Tunbridge Wells District Scouts Website 

Nourish We work closely with our wonderful community food bank, Nourish. Visit their website for more on their work and how to donate.


Forms

Adult Volunteer Information Form

DBS ID Checking Form

Gift Aid declaration form