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34th Reigate (Meadvale) Scout Group is a self-funded group catering for almost 100 children from all parts of the local community. It offers one of the most exciting programmes of Scouting events in the Reigate District and supports many other community projects itself, such as the Millennium Garden at East Surrey Hospital. Our aim is to promote the development of young people aged between 6 and 25, enabling them to achieve their potential as individuals and as members of their local, national and international communities. The leaders provide positive role models at a time when this may be lacking in many young peopleâ€™s lives, and we try to give the members of the group opportunities to experience aspects of an outdoor life that many would be unable to enjoy such as rock climbing, camping, stargazing and mountaineering, thus promoting a healthy and active lifestyle. The 34th Reigate (Meadvale) Scout Group urgently needs to refurbish their very basic hut with new toilet facilities, extend the limited storage, maintain the minibus and continue to fund their active programme of events. With your help we can continue to benefit the local area and the families of the children we inspire. In the current economic climate many people have no choice but to cut back on giving which has had a devastating effect on our group. We depend on funds from individuals like yourself for our very survival. We make a difference; please can you make a difference to us.Our History: The Scout Group was started in February 1930 as the 34th Reigate (St John's Boys School). The original Meadvale group was started in 1915 as the 16th Reigate (Meadvale). In December 1935 the group moved to Meadvale and became the 34th Reigate (Meadvale) Scout Group, with Cubs & Scouts sections in 1935, Beaver Scouts started in 1987, with an Explorer Unit in 2003. During the years the Group had Senior Scouts and Rover Scouts. The Group currently still has Beavers, Cubs, Scouts and Explorers sections. The Scout Group celebrated 80 years with a special camp in September 2010, located on the edge of an area of Ancient Woodland. Cub Scouts, Scouts and Explorer Scouts (and Leaders) camped on the Friday night, with the Beaver Scouts joining in on Saturday for a sleepover. Parents and families were invited to visit on Saturday afternoon to take part in the activities, ending the day with a BBQ and campfire. A variety of Scouting skills and activities, games, crafts and climbing wall sessions were offered throughout the afternoon to allow everyone to see and try.
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