Each section has its own uniform, although the Group neckerchief is common to all sections.

Specific activities may have additional requirements. With any luck, you will be notified of these in good time by your Section Leader.

Beavers

Beaver Scout uniform consists of the following items:

  • A Beaver Scout turquoise jumper
  • A Beaver Scout turquoise polo shirt
  • Group scarf with a woggle (both presented by the group on investiture)

Cubs

Cub Scout uniform consists of the following items:

  • A Cub scout green jumper
  • A Cub scout green polo shirt
  • Group scarf with a woggle (both presented by the group on investiture)

Scouts

Scout uniform consists of the following items:

  • A Scout green shirt or blouse
  • Scout activity trousers (non-compulsory)
  • Scout belt (non-compulsory)
  • Group scarf with a woggle (both presented by the group on investiture)

All young people will need a waterproof jacket and trousers and a pair of walking boots or stout shoes for many activities – check the program.  Ask a leader for advice.

Uniforms can be bought from

  • Scout Shops – If you do sign up, and say yes to the newsletter to get a 10% voucher
  • Monkhouse  uniform suppliers (stores in Yate and Stoke Gifford)

Non-uniform items

As a group, we know that young people like to keep with the latest trends and wearing the latest clothing which isn’t cheap. The group has a range of non-uniform items that are available from Handmade by Raksha, who supplies us with customized clothing. The range is ever-growing as our GSL finds new items he wants to wear at scouting events. Currently you can get: hoodies, t-shirts ( round neck, polo, quick-dry), joggers, and more.  Take a look at the Groups clothing shop

Uniform & Badge placement

Below you can find the placement areas for badges on all sections of uniforms

 

 

Put your phone down and what are you left with? Just teamwork, courage and the skills to succeed.’
Bear Grylls, Chief Scout Bear Grylls