Fakenham Lancaster Baden-Powell Air Scout Group operate from their headquarters, close to the Fakenham Racecourse, Norfolk, in the heart of the Wensum Valley site of Special Scientific Interest.

The Baden-Powell Scouts Association

The Baden-Powell Scouts Association was formed in 1970, with the approval of Olave Baden-Powell, B-P's wife and World Chief Guide.  We retain the belief that the core of the Movement should remain outdoor activities, based on the skills of explorers, backwoodsmen and frontiersmen.

Fakenham Lancaster Baden-Powell Air Scouts

As an Air Scout Group we offer all the Traditional Scouting activities such as orienteering, hiking, camping and backwoodsmanship (think of Ray Mears and you'll get the idea), alongside flying, gliding, aircraft modelling, engineering and aviation skills training.

Working mostly with civilian operators we aim to give interested members skills that will help them enter the exciting world of civil aviation.

We also offer activities such as ice skating, rugby coaching, scuba diving, archery, national and international visits, target shooting, kart racing and water-based activities.

Meeting Nights

Beavers and Wolf Cubs, meet on Wednesday evenings. 

Air Scouts and Senior Scouts meet on Friday evenings.

If you are interested in joining, but are not sure if Traditional Scouting is right for you, you can attend your first session for free.

Wherever possible we will adapt our programme to meet the individual needs of Group members, however Scouting is an outdoors, adventurous game that may not be suitable for all persons.


Telephone Guy on 07860 880097 to book your place.