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1st Hextable Scout Group

Welcome to 1st Hextable Scout Group 100 years old !!!!!!

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The Scout Experience Survey 2019

Your answers will help us to make Scouts better, to prove that we are an organisation worth supporting, and to help us make better decisions about how we use our time and money. Thank you for taking the time to help us.

The survey will take between 15 and 30 minutes and it may be easier to do on a computer or tablet, rather than a mobile phone.

We will never publish your answers in a way that could identify you personally, so feel free to be honest and open about what you think.


1st Hextable Scout Group is jointly the oldest group in the Swanley District, breaking away from Swanley Junction and setting up as 1st Hextable in 1936 and meeting in a corrugated iron hut in Princess Road Hextable. After a great deal of fund raising a new Headquarters was built on the present site by the parents and friends of the group on a plot of land leased from Kent education committee.

The group consists of a vibrant cub scout pack, an ever increasing scout troop and a Colony of enthusiastic Beaver Scouts.

The aim of the group is to give the young people a great time whilst learning to become responsible citizens.

2nd Blog
18th June 2018

2nd Blog blog postThe below is from cub member Joshua of 1st HextableTonight at cubs we went to Farningham woods to make fires. Each six founds a...

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