Nailsea scout group appeals for new leaders

PUBLISHED: 10:00 28 April 2018

Cubs who are looking for new leaders.

Cubs who are looking for new leaders.


A thriving Nailsea scout group is looking for more volunteers to help continue its success.

The 1st Nailsea Scout Group boasts 170 members across three beaver colonies, three cub packs and two scout troops.

There is also an expanding waiting list so more leaders and assistants are needed to help out.

A spokesman said: “Why not do something positive and contribute to the community?

“Get involved with young people and join a friendly supportive team at 1st Nailsea.

“All you need is a little time and enthusiasm as all training needs will be met.”

The group has also taken part in its annual St George’s Dragonslayer parade and service at the harbourside in Bristol.

For more information or to get involved, contact scout leader Nicole Jelliss on

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