Network is the Section after Explorers, aged between 18 and 25. During their time at Network they will enjoy lots of fun, safe and adventurous activities.
Adults aged 18 to 25 years of age, both male and female.
1st Bedworth’s Network Unit usually meets on a Monday night. The time and frequency of the meetings varies according to the availability of the members and the activities being undertaken. Many of the Network members also assist with the Beaver, Cub, Scout or Explorer Sections.
Sometimes, these times can very depending on the activity during the evening. Occasionally there are optional activities on other evenings and at weekends.
We charge a membership subscription fee of £12.00 per month. This membership fee covers activity insurance, programme materials, badges and also goes towards the heating, lighting and maintenance of the building. It is still payable even if a member does not attend a Unit Night. Please also be aware that activities outside of the Unit Night may be at extra cost.
Network Scouts enjoy lots of social activities, have a lot of fun, learn lots of Skills for Life and take part in adventurous activities. In addition to the Scout Associations own training and award scheme, 1st Bedworth also offers the Duke of Edinburgh award scheme. The programme includes a wide selection of activities with the emphasis on social, the outdoors and adventure.
Network Scouts are encouraged to work with the Beaver, Cub, Scout or Explorer sections of the Group. Networkers who take up this opportunity undertake leadership training.
As with the other sections of 1st Bedworth Network Scouts wear uniform on formal occasions and when assisting with the Beavers, Cubs, Scouts or Explorers.
- A smart stone coloured shirt
- Royal blue necka’
- Black, navy blue or dark grey trousers
- Black, navy blue, or dark grey socks
- Black boots or shoes
The shirt is available from us and costs £24.00. Their necka’ is presented free when the Networker is invested.
Once a Networker turns 25 years old they can become an adult volunteer and teach skills for life to young people.