10th Oxford (Marston) Scout Group

We're part of the Oxford Spires Scout District, meeting in the largest Scout Hall in Oxford.

We believe all children deserve a great start in life, so that's what we aim to provide. Members have the opportunity of learning and growing in an inclusive environment, helping them to become better members of society and a better 'team-player' in the world they are growing in to.

We cater for six-14 year olds and have a total Membership of more than 100 young people, plus 33 adult Leaders and Helpers (including many registered Parent Helpers), making us one of the largest Groups in the District! The 10th's aim of offering exciting, challenging, and stimulating activities results in a positive impact on the young people's lives. We do not instruct them, but give them the building blocks they need to educate themselves to build the future they want and deserve.

Are you skilled? If so, Contact Us. Believe it or not, we're always looking for extra hands. You don't have to be a superhero to be involved, you don't have to do any training and you don't have to turn up every week! There's no better time to join the adventure and it doesn't matter whether your child is of joining age yet or not because by using the form on the Contact page, you can sign them up early and ensure they are allocated a place when it becomes available. Look forward to seeing you at the 10th soon.

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238, Marston Road
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Age Ranges
From 6 To 14

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Providing services to
Young people


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