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Batley Carr (St Andrew) 7th Batley Scouts

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  1. Beavers meet on Wednesday
    Cubs meet on Wednesday
    Scouts meet on Tuesday

    We are a Scout group which has its Headquarters in Track Road, Batley near to the Al-Hikmah Centre. The building is available for hire for parties of 100-150 people. It has a large main hall down stairs with a smaller room upstairs. It has excellent toilet facilities and a large modern kitchen with oven, fridge and microwave. The building is heated and has a pleasant atmosphere and is situated away from the road making it safe for children, with private off street parking.


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D K Ashton
Group Scout Leader

Sunny Bank Farm Sunny Bank Road, Batley WF17 0LJ

01924 901465

Organisation last updated

  1. 18 September 2017

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  1. Scout Hall, Track Road, Batley, WF17 7AA
    1. All key services are accessible. Wheelchair access
    2. Either, there are specially marked parking spaces for disabled people, or disabled people can park within 50 metres of an accessible entrance. Disabled parking
    3. There is a toilet with some facilities for people with disabilities but it may not be suitable for everybody. Please contact the group if you need further information. Partially accessible toilet

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We need more recruits and Leaders

  1. Beaver age is six to eight years
    Cub age is eight to ten years
    Scouts age is eleven to forteen years
    Boys and girls are welcome to all our meetings, if you are stuck for something to do, come and join in the fun.
    We would also welcome adults 18 or over to came and help at our meetings.

  2. 18/09/2017

History

  1. The Scouting organisation was founded by Robert Baden Powell in 1907 to give boys aged eight years and over from the disadvantaged side of town, a chance to get involved and learn about a different side of life and explore the outdoors. Now girls are welcomed into scouting. 2007 was the centenary of the movement.

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