1st Ash Vale Scout Group is a member of Blackwater Valley District within Hampshire Scouting.
We have thriving Beaver, Cub and Scout sections and the Group is one of the oldest and most active in the District.
We celebrated our 75th Anniversary in April 2013.
Scout Association Registration No: 19400
Registered Charity No: 305683
"Every child has the right to an adventure." - Bear Grylls
1st Ash Vale Scout Group was founded in 1938 by Rev. H. C. Aubin, the priest-in-charge at St. Mary's Church, Ash Vale. The Group's first Scout camp was held in Glastonbury in 1939.
The Scouts originally met in the church hall at St. Mary's, but later a plot of land was acquired, and the existing Scout HQ was erected in 1965.
The Group recently celebrated its 75th Anniversary in 2013.
For more information you can visit the 1st Ash Vale page on the Ash Museum website here.
Scouting is really great to be part of, and The Scout Association offers fantastic opportunities for young people to take part in new experiences and learn useful life skills. Our Leaders try to incorporate all elements of the program into their meetings and regularly take part in District and local community events.
It’s really great to see young people of all ages having fun, experiencing new challenges, achieving goals and making new friends.
Make sure you get in touch with the relevant section for more information from the Section leader.