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Knutsford Scouts

Welcome to Knutsford District Scouts

In Knutsford we have a thriving community of Scout Groups who work tirelessly to provide adventure, friendship and fun for the young people. Also challenging them and helping to achieve their full potential.

We provide a wide range of activities including Hiking, pioneering, camping, football, quizzes, hammock camp’s and many more..!

Knutsford Colour Run – Sunday 14th May 2017

Knutsford Colour Run is the hippest and happiest of fun runs (walks) to be involved in. Bring your family and friends and a smile to hop, skip or run round the 1k loop course, cheered on by the volunteers throwing multi-coloured powdered paints. An experience you’ll never forget!

Join us at Knutsford Sports Club on 14 May 2017. This is a local event, run by the folks at Knutsford Tennis Club, for the benefit of local sports facilities and the local Scout and Guide Groups. So come along and support our local community and enjoy this fun day out, capturing you and your friends in their multi coloured glory, as its going to be selfie heaven!

To register to take part in the Knutsford Colour Run visit their website to sign up. – Click here to register & pay

Knutsford Scouts – Kandersteg 4th – 11th August 2018

Knutsford District Scouts are off to the Kandersteg International Scout Centre in beautiful Switzerland. Kandersteg is a year-round home of world scouting. Each year, 12,000 scouts visit from over 40 countries to take part in a huge range of activities and to enjoy the astonishing landscape. This will be the fourth time that we have organised a trip to Kandersteg and this time we are inviting the whole district to come along.

Kandersteg International Scout Centre (KISC) is a very special place. When scouts were started in 1907 by Lord Baden Powell they quickly took the world by storm. In 1920 they held the first ever Jamboree, a gathering of thousands of scouts from around the world. The event was such a success that Baden Powell wanted a place to hold a permanent mini Jamboree. In 1922 he chose Kandersteg in Switzerland and setup this amazing place. Since then scouts from just about every country in the world have visited. On an average summer week there are more than twenty countries represented.

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