Scout Active Support allows people to give their time to Scouting on a flexible basis. People can still be involved in Scouting without the full-time commitment of being a leader and there is no requirement to have been involved in Scouting before joining. All that is required is a willingness to volunteer some time to support Scouting.
Stockton Thornaby & District Scout Communications Team
Stockton Thornaby & District Scout Communications Team is our largest active support unit and they have been providing communications services to Scouting and other community organisations since 1975.
The team have a wide range of PA systems ranging from small systems capable of covering a meeting in a hall, to large outdoor events catering for thousands of people. The team has many years of experience and will design the best system for your needs.
From camps to walking events, it is always good to know that you can communicate with key staff. We have a large number of radio handsets and vehicle based sets. Our members are experienced at manning checkpoints, at times catering for 1000 people.
We also offer Cub and Scout Communications Badge sessions. We can run games with our radios on your camps. We can bring something different to your party nights. Our equipment can liven up your fundraising activities.
We have a wide range of equipment and skills that could improve your event or programme. We offer discos, including children’s parties! We have a range of staging options, outdoor projection system and a mobile control centre. Whatever you are planning, we have the experience and contacts to help!
Our services are popular and so we get booked up quickly. If you want to use our services, it is important that you get in touch well in advance.
For more details visit the team website www.stdsct.co.uk
Telephone 07873 986584
Pybus Scout Active Support Unit
The Pybus Active Support unit provides support and services to our campsite, Pybus. With a wide range of skills and experience the members of this unit can often be found turning their hands to everything from cleaning to welding and bricklaying. Over the past few years the members of this unit have worked tirelessly to transform Pybus into the campsite you see today and without their support none of it would have been possible.