1st Methlick are a rural based Group. We cover the village of Methlick and surrounding villages, including Tarves, Barthol Chapel, Ythanbank, and the rural areas of Cairnorrie, and round Quilquox.

Our aims are to have fun, whilst learning life skills and the aims of The Scout Association. We have Squirrel Scouts - 4 to 6 years old, Beaver Scouts - 6 to 8 years old, Cub Scouts - 8 to 10 ½ years old, Scouts - 10 ½ to 14 years old and have an affiliated Explorer Unit, for those 14 – 18 years of age. We currently have around ninety youth members, backed up by an experienced Adult Team of Leaders, Fundraisers and Supporters. We hope you find the information you need here, please use the links on the Menu tab to navigate around the site to find out more about Methlick Scout Group and attached Explorer Unit. If you are unable to find what you're looking for then you can get in touch via the Contact Us link.

Youth Approved Award - Silver Level

The Youth Approved Awards encourage and celebrate youth involvement at all levels of Scouting in Scotland. We all know how important youth involvement is to ensure that our youth members are getting the very best experiences from Scouting. The Youth Approved Award has been designed to support members at all levels to create meaningful youth involvement to Scouts in Scotland.

The Award helps us benchmark our achievements, identifying areas for improvement and celebrate the great work we are doing. The Award is assessed by young people and has four different levels: Foundation, Bronze, Silver and Gold. Launched in late 2017, Methlick Scout Group and associated Explorer Unit was the first Group to get every section to Foundation status in Gordon District. In November 2018 all sections and the Group have worked hard and achieved the Bronze award. During lockdown of 2020 we managed to be only the second Group in Scotland to gain the Silver Award, and are immensely proud of our achievements. B R A V O !! That shows the efforts of all our young people and adult leadership team have gone to achieve this. We are now currently all working towards the Gold award. Watch this space for updates . . . . .!!

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