Very excited to announce the launch of a selection of Cambridgeshire Scouts branded clothing. These are optional items for adults, which can be worn as part of the informal uniform range, which also includes the popular iScout brand. Polo shirts an t-shirts available in pale blue with the Scout logo embroidered in yellow on the left chest, and hoodies also have ‘Cambridgeshire’ printed down the right arm. Order forms available here, and please note items will not be posted, they will be distributed via local line managers. Why not order all your Groups items in one go?
The Association has a national awards system for recognising good service, length of service and special acts of heroism and bravery, courage or endurance, and devotion to duty under suffering.
You will have noticed a change in the way we are communicating with each other in Cambridgeshire.
If you have something you wish to share – here’s how to go about it.
Is your item a ‘need to know’ or a ‘nice to know’? If its ‘nice to know’ – ie good practice or good news, the first step should be the external press. We’re delighted to welcome David ‘Rusty’ Robinson to the role of County Manager for External Media. Contact him here. From time to time some of these items will be included in ShoutOut and on the website. For consideration, email us here.
If it’s a ‘need to know’ – something which you believe requires circulation to every adult in the County, then submit them here for consideration. If it is a time sensitive item, then it will be circulated, via email, to District Commissioners, members of the County Team and members of the County Executive Committee for cascading.
If you have an item for circulation to a specific District only, please send to the relevant DC who will then cascade to their team as appropriate.
The following two documents may be of use when considering how we talk about Scouting
Young People are Scouting. Only you as a member of Scouting can convey the fun, challenge, adventure and global citizenship that Scouting offers you first hand. In recent years, Scouting has put young people at the heart of its communications work and has helped them to speak about their experiences to print, broadcast and online journalists.