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1st Adderbury Scout Group

If you're over ten years old and live in Adderbury or Milton you could join Adderbury Scouts. But why would you want to? What's Adderbury Scouts really like? What its not is sitting round tying knots and getting bored! What it is is an amazing…

If you're over ten years old and live in Adderbury or Milton you could join Adderbury Scouts. But why would you want to?

What's Adderbury Scouts really like?

What its not is sitting round tying knots and getting bored!

What it is is an amazing list of fun events, trips away, games, exciting activities, time with your mates, meeting new people, and getting out.

We meet every Tuesday night, sometimes inside, and at other times playing games outside and doing sports. As well as that there are special nights with activities like karting, bowling, camp fires, biking, laser quest, and loads more.

As well as that there are extra activities during the weekends and school holidays. You could be doing things like gliding, climbing a mountain, canoeing, camping, jet skiing, sailing a narrowboat ... and more!

Have a look on the activities page to see some of the things we've done recently.

The highlight of the year is our week long Summer Camp.

And if you think Scouts isn't for you, well we challenge you to give it a try and prove us wrong!

Interested? To find out more please have a look at our Join Us page.

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Disabled Access
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Who to contact

Telephone
No number listed
Website
http://www.adderburyscouts.com

Where to go

Address
c/o 28 Walton Avenue
Twyford
Banbury
Postcode
OX17 3LB

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Scouts Tue 7.30-9.15pn; Cubs Wed 6.30-8.00pm.

Other Details

Availability

Age Ranges
From 8 To 15

Last checked on 30/03/2016

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